‘Gravity’, ‘12 Years A Slave’ Top Final Draft’s Screenwriters Choice Awards

‘Gravity’, ‘12 Years A Slave’ Top Final Draft’s Screenwriters Choice Awards

Alfonso Cuaron & Jonas Cuaron’s space odyssey took Best Original Screenplay and the John Ridley-penned historical drama got the Adapted Screenplay nod in awards presented tonight by scripting software company. The wins come days after Gravity and 12 Years A Slave both missed the cut for WGA Awards nominations. ABC’s Modern Family and AMC’s now-wrapped Breaking Bad won for best TV comedy and drama, respectively. The hardware was handed out during the ninth Final Draft Annual Awards, hosted by Jay Chandrasekhar and held on the Paramount lot. Nancy Meyers received the awards’ Hall of Fame honor.

OSCARS Q&A: Alfonso Cuaron On ‘Gravity’
OSCARS Q&A: Steve McQueen On ‘12 Years A Slave’ – “It Was As Real As It Got”

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