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2013 Black List Announced: Features Annual List of Hollywood's Most Popular Unproduced Screenplays

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire December 16, 2013 at 2:32PM

The Black List, the online community which grew out of an annual industry survey about favorite unproduced screenplays, released its 2013 list on Twitter today.
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The Black List, the online community which grew out of an annual industry survey about favorite unproduced screenplays, released its 2013 list on Twitter today.

Three of the last five Academy Awards for Best Picture went to scripts previously featured on The Black List ("Slumdog Millionaire," "The King's Speech" "Argo) and seven of the last 12 screenwriting Oscars were featured on previous Black Lists ("Juno," "Slumdog Millionaire," "The King's Speech," "The Social Network," "The Descendants," "Django Unchained," "Argo.") Over 225 Black List scripts have been produced into films grossing over $19 billion in worldwide box office and Black List scripts have won 35 Academy Awards from more than 175 nominations, the company reports.

Below is the full list of their 2013 winners.

"The Line of Duty" by Cory Miller

"The Boy and His Tiger" by Dan Dollar

"Inquest" by Josh Simon

"Sweetheart" by Jack Stanley

"The Company Man" by Andrew Cypiot

"Burn Site" by Doug Simon

"Shovel Buddies" By Jason Mark Hellerman

"Capsule" by Ian Shorr

"Pure" by Kate Trefry

"Fully Wrecked" by Jake Morse and Scott Wolman

"The End of the Tour" by Donald Margulies

"The Mayor of Shark City" by Nick Creature and Michael Sweeney

"Spotlight" by Josh Singer and Tom McCarthy

"Extinction" by Spenser Cohen

"Bury the Lead" by Justin Kremer

"Gay Kid and and Fat Chick" by Bo Burnham

"A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood" by Alexis C. Jolly

"Ink and Bone" by Zak Olkewicz

"Dogfight" by Nicoel Riegel

"Sovereign" by Geoff Tock and Greg Weidman

"I’m Proud of You" by Noah Harpster and Micah Fitzerman-Blue

"The Special Program" by Debora Cahn

"Faults" by Riley Stearns

"The Independent" by Evan Parter

"The Shark is Not Working" by Richard Cordiner

"Autopsy of Jane Doe" by Richard Naing and Ian Goldberg

"The Civillian" by Rachel Long and Brian Pittman

"The Crown" by Max Hurwitz

"Revelation" by Hernany Perla

"The Killing Floor" by Bac Delorme and Stephen Clarke

"Elsewhere" by Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis

"Clarity" by Ryan Belenzon and Jeffrey Gelber

"1969: A Space Odyssey or How Kubrick Learned to Stop Worrying and Land on the Moon" by Stephany Folsom

"From Here to Albion" by Rory Haines and Sohrab Noshirivani

"Nicholas" by Leo Sardarian

‘The Golden Record" by Aaron Kandell and Jordan Kandell

"The Man of Sorrow" by Neville Kiser

"Dig" by Adam Barker

"Free Byrd" by Jon Boyer

"Reminscence" by Lisa Joy Nolan

"Beauty Queen" by Annie Neal

"The Politician" by Matthew Bass and Theodore Bressman

"American Sniper" by Jason Dean Hall

"Tchaikovsky’s Requiem" by Jonathan Stokes

"The Remains" by Meaghan Oppenheimer

"Beast" by Zach Dean

"The Line" by Sang Kyu Kim

"Half Heard in Stillness" By David Weil

"The Fixer" by Bill Kennedy

"Pox Americana" by Frank John Hughes

"Time and Temperature" Nick Santora

"Broken Cove" by Declan O’Dwyer

"Last Minute Maids" by Leo Nicholas

"Section 6″ by Aaron Berg

"Sugar in My Veins" by Barbara Stepansky

"Where Angels Die" by Alexander Felix

"Frisco" by Simon Stephenson

"Sea of Trees" by Chris Sparling

"Diablo Run" by Shea Mirzai and Evan Mirzai

"Cake" by Patrick Tobin

"Seed" by Christina Hodson

"Superbrat" by Eric Slovin and Leo Allen

"Pan" by Jason Fuchs

"Dude" by Olivia Milch

"Hot Summer Nights" by Elijah Bynum

"Holland, Michigan" by Andrew Sodroski

"Queen of Hearts" by Stephanie Shannon

"A Monster Calls" by Patrick Ness

"Randle is Benign" by Damien Ober

"Make a Wish" by Zach Frankel

"Patient Z" by Michael Le

"Mississippi Mud" by Elijah Bynum

This article is related to: The Blacklist, News, Filmmaker Toolkit: Screenwriting





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