Screenwriting

Some of the Most Interesting Scripts of 2013

Reading film scripts is always one of the (many) jobs of those who want to end up writing them — although, as The Mystery Exec once said, it’s also good to pick up a book every once in a while. In any case, as we get to the end of the year, here are some of the most interesting (not necessarily “best”) scripts of 2013. You can find a broader selection on Scott Myer’s Go Into The Story.

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12 Years A Slave

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August: Osage County

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Before Midnight

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The Bling Ring

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Enough Said

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Frozen

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Fruitvale Station

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Gravity

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Lone Survivor

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Monsters University

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The Place Beyond The Pines

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Rush

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Short Term 12

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The Spectacular Now

UPDATE! (January 29th 2014)

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American Hustle

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The Wolf Of Wall Street

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3 thoughts on “Some of the Most Interesting Scripts of 2013

  1. Álvaro Moral says:

    I can’t understand why Frozen is in this list. I saw the films and I think the main achievement of the picture is the characterization, not the script. Anyway, I want to see 12 years a slave

  2. pabolec says:

    Sure, that’s a valid opinion. I do think, however, that any good genre piece that achieves its goal in terms of entertainment & emotion deserves a place at the top. So that’s why I put it there.

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