Beschreibung

Voraussetzung, um wirklich was mit den Drehbüchern anfangen zu können, ist natürlich Englisch. Damit dürfte es nicht für alle interessant sein, aber ich wollte euch das Angebot nicht vorenthalten. Wer sich für die Thematik interessiert, braucht in nächster Zeit erst einmal keinen Lesestoff mehr.

Drehbücher in der Übersicht

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  • Sing Street, screenplay by John Carney (courtesy of The Weinstein Company)
  • Lion (VÖ in D: 23.2.17), screenplay by Luke Davies (courtesy of The Weinstein Company)
  • Gold (VÖ in D: 13.4.17), screenplay by Patrick Massett and John Zinman (courtesy of The Weinstein Company)
  • The Founder (VÖ in D: 2.2.17), screenplay by Robert Siegel (courtesy of The Weinstein Company)
  • Anthropoid (nicht in D erschienen), screenplay by Sean Ellis and Anthony Frewin (courtesy of Bleecker Street)
  • Bridget Jones’s Baby, written by Helen Fielding, Dan Mazer, and Emma Thompson (courtesy of Bleecker Street)
  • Captain Fantastic, screenplay by Matt Ross (courtesy of Bleecker Street)
  • Denial (VÖ in D: 13.4.17 „Verleugnung“), written by David Hare (courtesy of Bleecker Street)
  • Eye in the Sky (nicht in D erschienen), screenplay by Guy Hibbert (courtesy of Bleecker Street)
  • The Girl on the Train, written by Erin Cressida Wilson (courtesy of Universal Pictures)
  • Hail, Caesar!, screenplay by Joel and Ethan Coen (courtesy of Universal Pictures)
  • My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, written by Nia Vardalos (courtesy of Universal Pictures)
  • The Secret Life of Pets (in D: „Pets“), screenplay by Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio, and Brian Lynch (courtesy of Universal Pictures)
  • Zootopia (in D: „Zoomania“), screenplay by Bush and Phil Johnson (courtesy of Walt Disney)
  • Love & Friendship (VÖ in D: 29.12.16), screenplay by Whit Stillman (courtesy of Amazon Studios)
  • Jackie (VÖ in D: 26.1.17), screenplay by Noah Oppenheim (courtesy of Fox Searchlight)
  • The Birth Of A Nation (VÖ in D: 23.3.17), screenplay by Nate Parker, story by Nate Parker & Jean Celestin (courtesy of Fox Searchlight)
  • Nocturnal Animals, screenplay by Tom Ford (courtesy of Focus Features)
  • A Monster Calls (VÖ in D: 9.2.17 „Sieben Minuten nach Mitternacht“), screenplay by Patrick Hess (courtesy of Focus Features)
  • Elle (VÖ in D: 2.2.17), screenplay by David Birke (courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics)
  • Julieta, screenplay by Pedro Almodovar (courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics)
  • Manchester By The Sea (VÖ in D: 19.1.17), screenplay by Kenneth Lonergan (courtesy of Amazon)
  • Kubo and the Two Strings (in D: „Kubo: Der tapfere Samurai“), screenplay by Marc Haimes and Chris Butler (courtesy of Focus Features)
  • Loving (VÖ in D: 2.2.17), screenplay by Jeff Nichols (courtesy of Focus Features)
  • Arrival, screenplay by Eric Heisserer (courtesy of Paramount Pictures)
  • Fences (VÖ in D: 16.2.17), screenplay by August Wilson (courtesy of Paramount Pictures)
  • Sully, screenplay by Todd Komarnicki (courtesy of Warner Bros.)

Quelle: IndieWire

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