Silver Screenwriting Laurels

Screen Laurel Medallion

Philip Dunne’s Screen Laurel Award
(1962)

A tradition now sixty years in the running, the Writers Guild of America’s Screen Laurel Award is given annually to a Guild member who has “advanced the literature of the motion picture through the years, and who has made outstanding contributions to the profession of the screen writer.”

To remember and celebrate this congregation of creative talent, the Writers Guild Foundation Library and Archive presents the first installment of the Silver Screenwriting Laurels exhibition series.  The exhibit highlights a selection of recipients over the decades along with samples of their work.

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