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But Wait, There's More! 'Arbitrage' and 'Perks of Being a Wallflower' Screenplays Now Available

The list of screenplays available for your consideration (and legal download) for this year’s awards keeps growing and growing. Two of the most recent successful limited releases have come out of Lionsgate: Nicholas Jarecki’s debut narrative feature Arbitrage (in conjunction with Roadside Attractions) and Stephen Chbosky’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower (from its Summit Entertainment banner). In their push to garner awards attention for these two character-driven dramas, Lionsgate has kindly posted their screenplays online for download.

Here’s the trailer for Arbitrage, currently available on demand and in theatres, almost two months into its platform release in the U.S.:

And here’s the trailer for The Perks of Being a Wallflower, currently in theatres in week seven of its limited release in the U.S.:

Ready to download the screenplays? You can get them at the links below:

I’m particularly happy to see Lionsgate put these screenplays up for awards consideration because I’m drawn to write and watch character-driven dramas. As we stated before, please use these screenplays for your own educational purposes only and download them soon because we never know when Lionsgate may take them offline.

Have the recently available screenplays for your consideration helped your writing? Let us know in the Comments.

Link: Lionsgate Awards

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  • These are great! Looking forward to more screenplays

  • Really enjoyed Arbitrage and will wait to see Wallflower before reading the script. As a screenwriter I am always interested in seeing how the script to a movie I thought was well made compares to the final product. Great post.

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