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Writers Guild of America Award for Best Documentary Screenplay

 

Writers Guild of America Award for Best Documentary Screenplay

The Writers Guild of America Award for Best Documentary Screenplay is an award presented by the Writers Guild of America to the best screenplay[1] of the year for a documentary feature.[2] It has been presented annually[3] since the 57th annual Writers Guild of America awards in 2005.[4] The winners are indicated in bold.

Contents

  • 2000s 1
    • 2005 (57th) 1.1
    • 2006 (58th) 1.2
    • 2007 (59th) 1.3
    • 2008 (60th) 1.4
    • 2009 (61st) 1.5
  • 2010s 2
    • 2010 (62nd) 2.1
    • 2011 (63rd) 2.2
    • 2012 (64th) 2.3
    • 2013 (65th) 2.4
  • References 3

2000s

2005 (57th)

2006 (58th)

2007 (59th)

2008 (60th)

2009 (61st)

2010s

2010 (62nd)

2011 (63rd)

2012 (64th)

2013 (65th)

References

  1. ^ websitedocumentary.org2014 WGA Documentary Screenplay Award at the
  2. ^ Review of the 2014 Writers Guild Awards at the HITFIX website
  3. ^ websitebroadwayworld.com"Submissions For 2015 Documentary Screenplay Writers Guild Awards Now Open" at
  4. ^ The Writers Guild Awards: 2014 Nominees & Winners at the Writers Guild website
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