Women Talking Movie, Slow Horses TV Show Win – The Hollywood Reporter

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United Artists Women talking and Apple TV+ Slow Horses took top honors at the 2023 USC Libraries Script Awards on Saturday night.

The 35th annual Scripter Awards were held at USC’s Edward L. Doheny, Jr. Memorial Library – a return to an in-person ceremony after two virtual celebrations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Scripter Awards honor the best adaptations of print works for the screen, with screenwriters and authors of the adapted material sharing the prize. Therefore, Women talkingWriter-director Sarah Polley and Miriam Towes, who wrote the novel on which the film is based, shared the award. Likewise, Slow Horses writer Will Smith – who wrote the Scripter-winning episode of the Apple TV + series, “Failure’s Contagious” – shared the award with novelist Mick Herron.

Women talking Other film nominees in Pinocchio Guillermo del Toro, Living, She said and Top Gun: Maverickwhile Slow Horses beat The Crown, Fleishman is in trouble, West Tokyo and Under the banner of heaven in the television sector.

Winning the Scripture was Sarah Polley’s second prize Women talking Saturday. The film – which was nominated for Oscars for best picture and best screenplay – also received the Robert Altman Award at the Film Independent Spirit Awards earlier in the day, which honored Polley, the film’s casting director and his ensemble cast.

The Screenplay and Best Screenplay Oscars have gone to the same film 14 times over the past 34 years, excluding the past five years. Among the former Script and Oscar winners Schindler’s Table Free, Sense and Sensibility, Secret Day, Beautiful Mind, No Country for Old Men, Slumdog millionaire very much, The social network, The Descendants, Argo, 12 Years of the Slave, The Imitation Game, Great Shorthead, Moon and Call me with your Name.

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