Several major entertainment news publications and websites covered the 25th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, which honored Wired magazine writer Joshuah Bearman, author Antonio J. Mendez, and screenwriter Chris Terrio for their contributions to Argo. The event was featured in articles by the Los Angeles Times, Hollywood Reporter, and Variety, as well as on such blogs as Deadline Hollywood, The Wrap, HitFix, Gold Derby, Celebrity Hollywood Gossip, and Indiewire. The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist Scott Feinberg later offered his analysis of Argo's win, and Michael Nader also covered the Scripter ceremony for the Daily Trojan, USC's student newspaper.
Authors Joshuah Bearman and Antonio J. Mendez and screenwriter Chris Terrio received the 25th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award for their contributions to “Argo.” Selection committee co-chair Howard Rodman announced the winners at the black-tie event on Saturday, Feb. 9, at USC’s Doheny Memorial Library. Keep reading to learn more about event.
On Saturday, February 9, Doheny Library hosts the 25th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award ceremony. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., watch a live webcast on the Scripter website. Join in the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #USCScripter, and if you're at the ceremony, share your photos on Instagram with the hashtag #USCScripter.
The USC Libraries have named the authors and screenwriters of Argo, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Life of Pi, Lincoln, Perks of Being a Wallflower and Silver Linings Playbook as finalists for the 25th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award. A tie resulted in six sets of finalists for the 2013 honor, rather than the typical five. Keep reading to learn more about the 2013 Scripter Award.
Screenwriting partners Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana will receive the 2013 Scripter Literary Achievement Award at the 25th-anniversary USC Libraries Scripter Award Ceremony on Saturday, Februrary 9. McMurtry and Ossana won the 2006 Academy Award for their screenplay of Brokeback Mountain. Keep reading to learn more about the honor.
Twitter Tuesday is a weekly feature that looks back at the USC Libraries' conversations in the Twitterverse. This week's edition features selected tweets about Saturday's 24th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award ceremony.
On Saturday, the USC Libraries author Kaui Hart Hemmings and screenwriters Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash of The Descendants with the 24th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award. Since then, the Scripter Award has been featured in articles from The Hollywood Reporter, the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, and Variety and by blogs such as Hitfix, Just Jared, RopeofSilicon.com, and The Wrap. Neon Tommy, a news site produced by USC Annenberg students, also covered the event.
Author Kaui Hart Hemmings and screenwriters Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, and Jim Rash won the 24th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award for their creative contributions to The Descendants. Selection committee co-chair Naomi Foner announced the winners at the black-tie ceremony on Saturday, Feb. 18. Keep reading to learn more about the ceremony.
This morning, the USC Libraries named the finalists for the 24-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award, which recognizes the best cinematic adaptation of the written word. Don't miss the early coverage of the announcement by The Hollywood Reporter, the Los Angeles Times, and Variety. Click through for links to more media coverage and selected tweets about the Scripter finalists announcement.
The authors and screenwriters of A Dangerous Method; The Descendants; Jane Eyre; Moneyball; and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy have been named finalists for the 24th-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award. Keep reading to learn more about the films, their screenwriters, and the authors of the written works that inspired them.