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USC Libraries Scripter Award: tra i nominati “Pinocchio di Guillermo del Toro”

USC Libraries Scripter Award: tra i nominati “Pinocchio di Guillermo del Toro”

Le biblioteche della University of South California hanno svelato le nomine del 35esimo USC Libraries Scripter Award, che premia gli autori degli adattamenti cinematografici e delle serie a episodi più completi dell’anno, nonché gli autori delle opere su cui si basano.

Nomine che per quanto riguarda i film includono: “Pinocchio di Guillermo del Toro”, “Living”, “She Said”, “Top Gun: Maverick” e “Women Talking”.

Per la televisione invece troviamo, e gli adattamenti episodici invece presenti: “The Crown”, “Fleishman is in Trouble”, “Slow Horses”, “Tokyo Vice” e “Under the Banner of Heaven”.

I vincitori saranno annunciato il prossimo 4 marzo.



Guillermo del Toro, Patrick McHale, and Matthew Robbins for “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” based on the fairy tale “The Adventures of Pinocchio” by Carlo Collodi 

Kazuo Ishiguro for “Living” based on the novella “The Death of Ivan Ilyich” by Leo Tolstoy

Rebecca Lenkiewicz for “She Said” based on the nonfiction book “She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement” by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

Peter Craig, Ehren Kruger, Justin Marks, Christopher McQuarrie, and Eric Warren for “Top Gun: Maverick” based on characters from the 1983 “California” magazine article “Top Guns” by Ehud Yonay

 Screenwriter Sarah Polley and novelist Miriam Toews for “Women Talking”


Peter Morgan, for the episode “Couple 31,” from “The Crown,” based on his stage play “The Audience”

Taffy Brodesser-Akner for the episode “The Liver,” from “Fleishman Is in Trouble,” based on her book of the same name

Will Smith for the episode “Failure’s Contagious,” from “Slow Horses,” based on the novel by Mick Herron

T. Rogers for the episode “Yoshino” from “Tokyo Vice,” based on the memoir “Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan” by Jake Adelstein

Dustin Lance Black for the episode “When God Was Love,” from “Under the Banner of Heaven” based on the nonfiction work by Jon Krakauer

The 2023 Scripter selection committee selected the finalists from a field of 101 film and 67 television adaptations. Howard Rodman, USC professor and past president of the Writers Guild of America, West, chairs the 2023 committee.

Serving on the selection committee, among many others, are film critics Leonard Maltin and Anne Thompson; authors Walter Mosley and Michael Ondaatje; and screenwriters Eric Roth and Erin Cressida Wilson.

The studios distributing the finalist films and current publishers of the printed works are:

  • “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio” — Netflix and Penguin Classics
  • “Living” — Sony Pictures Classics and Penguin Classics
  • “She Said” — Universal Pictures and Penguin Press
  • “Top Gun: Maverick” — Paramount Pictures and “California” magazine
  • “Women Talking” — Orion/MGM and Bloomsbury

The networks and streaming platforms broadcasting the finalist episodic series and current publishers of the printed works are:

  • “The Crown” — Netflix and Dramatists Play Service Inc.
  • “Fleishman is in Trouble” — FX and Random House
  • “Slow Horses” — Apple TV+ and Soho Crime“Tokyo Vice”—HBO Max and Knopf Doubleday“Under the Banner of Heaven”—FX and Anchor Books

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