'12 Years A Slave', 'Enough Said', 'The Way Way Back' Screenplays For Your Consideration
If you have already blown through all of the award-contending screenplays we have posted here on No Film School for your consideration, fear not. We have a few more for you. Thanks to Fox Searchlight, today we present screenplays for 12 Years A Slave, Enough Said and The Way Way Back for free, legal download. Continue on for the links.
Based on the memoir of Solomon Northup, 12 Years A Slave presents a seldom acknowledged facet of America's dark history of slavery: a black man born free in New York who was eventually kidnapped in Washington, D.C. and sold into slavery down in Louisiana. Here's the trailer:
From one of my favorite writer/directors, Nicole Holofcener, Enough Said gives us a relationship comedy in which a divorced women decides to go after a man she likes only to discover he happens to be her new friend's ex-husband. Here's the trailer:
The Way Way Back, the directorial debut of screenplay Oscar winners Nat Faxon & Jim Rash (The Descendants), follows a 14-year-old boy as he discovers a summer oasis from his mom and her jerk boyfriend at Cape Cod's glorious Water Wizz, where he also finds an unlikely mentor. Here's the trailer:
Here are the links to the screenplays, thanks to Fox Searchlight:
- 12 Years A Slave, screenplay by John Ridley, based on the memoir by Solomon Northup
- Enough Said, written by Nicole Holofcener
- The Way Way Back, written by Nat Faxon & Jim Rash
As always, please use these screenplays for your educational purposes only, and don’t wait to download them as we never know when they will go offline.
Also, if you missed our previous posts about award contender screenplays available for free, legal download, you can find them at the links below:
- Gravity, 42, Prisoners, and The Great Gatsby
- Wadjda, The Invisible Woman and The Past
- Fruitvale Station and Lee Daniels' The Butler
- Despicable Me 2 and The Croods
- The Spectacular Now, Spring Breakers, and The Bling Ring
- Before Midnight and Kill Your Darlings
How have these award contender screenplays helped you in your own screenwriting process? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.