Excerpt from the screenplay for The Perks of Being a Wallflower Photo: Summit Entertainment
Sony Classics and Lionsgate / Summit have opened up their For Your Consideration doors and added four new screenplays to the growing list of Oscar screenplays for you to download including Stephen Chbosky's excellent screenplay for The Perks of Being a Wallflower and James Ponsoldt and Susan Burke's screenplay for Smashed, which includes a fantastic speech at the end of the film from Mary Elizabeth Winstead's character, Kate.
These four scripts are added to the list of six previous scripts from Focus and Universal bringing the current total to ten, but more will certainly be on the way soon enough.
You can download any of the screenplays available directly below.
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As much as I would love to praise A Most Violent Year simply based on the fact J.C. Chandor continues to test himself, it's nevertheless a film that feels as if it's trying to be something rather than actually being that something.