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» ‘Inception’ Is The Big Winner At The Writers Guild Awards

by Bryan Enk, published on February 5, 2011

“Inception” has finally gotten some real love.

It’s been a bit puzzling as to why Christopher Nolan’s expertly structured and endlessly fascinating sci-fi tale hasn’t been getting more attention from industry award-givers. While it’s received kudos for its technical prowess, “Inception” has yet to be truly acknowledged for its significant achievements in directing, writing and acting.

Until now, as Nolan’s script was given the award for Best Original Screenplay by the Writers Guild of America at the WGA Awards. “Inception” emerged the winner against some extremely strong competition, including “The Kids Are All Right” and “The Fighter.”

Meanwhile, Aaron Sorkin’s script for “The Social Network” took home the award for Best Adapted Screenplay (no surprise there) and Charles Ferguson’s “Inside Job” won for Best Documentary Screenplay. Both films were winners at the recent Directors Guild Awards as well.

We love everything about “The Social Network,” but “Inception” was the true princess of the ball at the WGA Awards. Now, Christopher, go make “The Dark Knight Rises,” and make it awesome!

The Writers Guild Awards were held on Saturday, Feb. 5 at simultaneous ceremonies in both Los Angeles and New York. The complete list of nominees are listed below, with the winners in bold.

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY:

“Black Swan,” Screenplay by Mark Heyman and Andres Heinz and John McLaughlin; Story by Andres Heinz

“The Fighter,” Screenplay by Scott Silver and Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson; Story by Keith Dorrington & Paul Tamasy & Eric Johnson

“Inception,” Written by Christopher Nolan

“The Kids Are All Right,” Written by Lisa Cholodenko & Stuart Blumberg

“Please Give,” Written by Nicole Holofcener

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY:

“127 Hours,” Screenplay by Danny Boyle & Simon Beaufoy; based on the book “Between a Rock and a Hard Place” by Aron Ralston

“I Love You Phillip Morris,” Written by John Requa & Glenn Ficarra; based on the book by Steven McVicker

“The Social Network,” Screenplay by Aaron Sorkin; based on the book “The Accidental Billionaires” by Ben Mezrich

“The Town,” Screenplay by Peter Craig and Ben Affleck & Aaron Stockard; based on the novel “Prince of Thieves” by Chuck Hogan

“True Grit,” Screenplay by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen; based on the novel by Charles Portis

DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY:

“Enemies of the People,” Written, Directed, Filmed and Produced by Rob Lemkin and Thet Sambath

“Freedom Riders,” Written, Produced and Directed by Stanley Nelson; based in part on the book “Freedom Riders: 1961 and the Struggle for Racial Justice” by Raymond Arsenault

“Gasland,” Written and Directed by Josh Fox

“Inside Job,” Produced, Written and Directed by Charles Ferguson; Co-written by Chad Beck, Adam Bolt

“The Two Escobars,” Written by Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist

“Who Is Harry Nilsson (And Why Is Everybody Talkin’ About Him)?,” Written and Directed by John Scheinfeld

Source: www.nextmovie.com

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