The finalists are, in alphabetical order by film title: Gillian Flynn, author and screenwriter of Gone Girl For The Imitation Game, author review
Andrew Hodges, who wrote the book Alan Turing: The Enigma, and screenwriter Graham Moore Novelist Thomas Pynchon and screenwriter Paul Thomas Anderson for Inherent Vice Jane Hawking, author of Travelling To Infinity: My Life With Stephen, and screenwriter kanye and kim kardashian
Anthony McCarten for The Theory of Everything Screenwriter Nick Hornby great site
for Wild, adapted from Cheryl Strayeds memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail The Friends of the USC Libraries established Scripter in 1988. Previous Scripter winners include the screenwriters and authors of 12 Years a Slave, The Social Network, A Beautiful Mind, and The English Patient. Chaired by USC professor and vice president of the Writers Guild of America, West, Howard Rodman, the 2015 Scripter selection committee selected the five finalists from a field of 97 eligible adaptations. Serving on the selection committee, among many others, are film critics Leonard Maltin, Anne Thompson and Kenneth Turan; authors Michael Chabon, Michael Ondaatje and Mona Simpson; screenwriters John Ridley, Erin Cressida Wilson and Steve Zaillian; and USC deans Elizabeth Daley of the School of Cinematic Arts, Madeline Puzo of the School of Dramatic Arts and Catherine Quinlan of the USC Libraries. The studios distributing the finalist films and the publishers of the original stories are: Gone GirlTwentieth Century Fox and Crown Publishers The Imitation GameWeinstein Company and Princeton Univ. Press (film tie-in edition) Inherent ViceWarner Bros. and Penguin Books The Theory of EverythingFocus Features and Alma Books WildFox Searchlight and Vintage Books (film tie-in edition) The USC Libraries will announce the winning http://www.nexopia.com/users/warneruxaj/blog/162-ray-js-exgirlfriend-threatens-suicide-after-breakup-photos-hiphop-wired
authors and screenwriters at a black-tie ceremony on Saturday, Jan.