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Download 2015 Awards Season Screenplays Including ‘Carol,’ ‘The Hateful Eight,’ ‘Spotlight,’ and More

Written by on October 1, 2015 

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One of the few benefits of the frenzied awards race is Hollywood’s outpouring of materials associated with the contenders. Perhaps the biggest perk is the release of full scripts one is able to download legally, directly from the studios.

Featuring The End of the Tour, Ex Machina, Room, Mississippi Grind, Slow West, and While We’re Young, Carol, Steve Jobs, Beasts of No Nation, The Hateful Eight, Bridge of Spies, Spotlight, Brooklyn, and many more, it’s quite a collection.

We’ll be updating this post as these and more arrive over the coming months, so bookmark the page, but one can check out everything thus far below (right click and save to download, or open in your browser by clicking the titles). To catch up on the last few years, check out the 2014 screenplays and the 2013 screenplays.

99 Homes (Ramin Bahrani and Ami Naderi – Broad Green Pictures)

Beasts of No Nation (Cary Joji Fukunaga – Netflix)

The Big Short (Charles Randolph and Adam McKay – Paramount)

Bridge of Spies (Matt Charman, Joel Coen, and Ethan Coen – DreamWorks)

Brooklyn (Nick Hornby – Fox Searchlight)

Carol (Phyllis Nagy – The Weinstein Company)

Concussion (Peter Landesman – Sony Pictures)

The Danish Girl (Lucinda Coxon – Focus Features)

Danny Collins (Dan Fogelman – Bleecker Street)

The Diary of a Teenage Girl (Marielle Heller – Sony Classics)

The End of the Tour (Donald Margulies – A24)

Ex Machina (Alex Garland – A24)

Far From the Madding Crowd (David Nicholls – Fox Searchlight)

Grandma (Paul Weitz – Sony Classics)

The Hateful Eight (Quentin Tarantino – The Weinstein Company)

I’ll See You in My Dreams (Brett Haley and Marc Basch – Bleecker Street)

Infinitely Polar Bear (Maya Forbes – Sony Classics)

Inside Out (Pete Docter Meg LeFauve, and Josh Cooley – Disney/Pixar)

I Smile Back (Paige Dylan and Amy Koppelman – Broad Green Pictures)

The Lady in the Van (Alan Bennett – Sony Classics)

Learning to Drive (Sarah Kernochan – Broad Green Pictures)

Legend (Brian Helgeland – Universal)

Macbeth (Todd Louiso, Jacob Koskoff, and Michael Lesslie – The Weinstein Company)

The Martian (Drew Goddard – 20th Century)

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Jesse Andrews – Fox Searchlight)

Minions (Bryan Lynch – Universal)

Mississippi Grind (Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck – A24)

Mistress America (Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig – Fox Searchlight)

Pawn Sacrifice (Steven Knight – Bleecker Street)

Remember (Benjamin August – A24)

Room (Emma Donoghue – A24)

Slow West (John Maclean – A24)

Son of Saul (Laszlo Nemes and Clara Royer – Sony Classics)

Spotlight (Thomas McCarthy and Josh Singer – Open Road)

Steve Jobs (Aaron Sorkin – Universal)

Straight Outta Compton (Jonathan Herman and Andrea Berloff – Universal)

Suffragette (Abi Morgan – Focus Features)

Tangerine (Sean Baker and Chris Bergoch – Magnolia Pictures)

Testament of Youth (Juliette Towhidi – Sony Classics)

Trainwreck (Amy Schumer – Universal)

Trumbo (John McNamara – Bleecker Street)

Truth (James Vanderbilt – Sony Classics)

While We’re Young (Noah Baumbach – A24)

The Woman in Gold (Alexi Kaye Campbell – The Weinstein Company)

Youth (Paolo Sorrentino – Fox Searchlight)

What’s your favorite screenplay of the year thus far?




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