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USC Scripter Awards, candidate le sceneggiature di Oppenheimer e American Fiction

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Le USC Libraries, associazione delle biblioteche della University of Souther California, hanno svelato le candidature annuali degli Scripter Awards, riconoscimenti al meglio degli adattamenti cinematografici e televisivi.

Tra le sceneggiature non originali candidate, titoli come Oppenheimer, Killers of the Flower Moon, American Fiction, Povere Creature e, un po' a sorpresa, Origin di Ava DuVernay. Fuori dalle nomination gli script adattati di film come Barbie, Estranei e La zona d'interesse.

I vinciotori dei 36° USC Scripter Awards verranno annunciati il prossimo 2 marzo:

Cord Jefferson for “American Fiction,” based on the novel “Erasure” by Percival Everett
▪ Eric Roth and Martin Scorsese for “Killers of the Flower Moon,” based on the nonfiction book “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI” by David Grann
▪ Christopher Nolan for “Oppenheimer,” based on the nonfiction book “American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer” by Kai Bird and Martin J. Sherwin
▪ Ava DuVernay for “Origin,” based on the nonfiction book “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson
▪ Screenwriter Tony McNamara and novelist Alasdair Gray for “Poor Things”


Peter Morgan, for the episode “Sleep, Dearie Sleep,” from “The Crown,” based on his stage play “The Audience”
▪ Scott Neustadter for the episode “Fire,” from “Daisy Jones and the Six,” based on the novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid
▪ Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann for the episode “Long, Long Time” from “The Last of Us,” based on the video game by Neil Druckmann and Naughty Dog
▪ Will Smith for the episode “Negotiating with Tigers,” from “Slow Horses,” based on the novel “Real Tigers” by Mick Herron
▪ Max Borenstein, Rodney Barnes and Jim Hecht for the episode “The New World,” from “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty” based on the nonfiction work “Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty of the 1980s” by Jeff Pearlman

Fonte: IndieWire