Writers Guild of America Awards 1993

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The Writers Guild of America Awards 1993 were given on 13 March 1994.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Film[edit]

Best Adapted Screenplay[edit]

Schindler's List - Steven Zaillian

Best Original Screenplay[edit]

The Piano - Jane Campion

TV[edit]

Daytime Serial[edit]

Loving (Millee Taggart, Robert Guza, Jr., Laurie McCarthy, Addie Walsh, Craig Carlson, John Kuntz, Eugenie Hunt, Dana Herko, Lewis Arlt, Tony Lang, Lynda Myles, Juliette Mann, Andrew Gottlieb (cousin of Linda Gottlieb), Nancy Maxwell)

All My Children (Megan McTavish, Agnes Nixon, Richard Culliton, Hal Corley, Carolyn Culliton, Karen Lewis, Janet Iacobuzio, Elizabeth Smith, Michelle Patrick, Jeff Beldner, Bettina F. Bradbury, Ralph Wakefield, Judith Donato, Susan Kirshenbaum, Kathleen Klein)

Another World (Peggy Sloane, Victor Miller, Craig Carlson, Samuel D. Ratcliffe, Lisa Kern, Janet Stampfl, Kathleen Kennedy, Judith Pinsker, Kathleen Klein, Janet Iacobuzio, Sharon Epstein, Matthew Lombardo, Mimi Leahey, Elizabeth Page, Peter Brash)

Days of our Lives (James E. Reilly, Maura Penders, Sheri Anderson, Dena Higley, Mel Brez, Ethel M. Brez, Marlene Clark Poulter, Dorothy Ann Purser, Fran Myers, Maralyn Thoma, Michelle Poteet Lisanti, Mary Jeannett LeDonne, Elizabeth Harrower, Pete T. Rich, N. Gail Lawrence, Peggy Schibi)

General Hospital (Michele Val Jean, Bill Levinson, Tom Citrano, Ralph Ellis, Linda Hamner, Cynthia M. Jervey, Elizabeth F. Snyder, Carol Saraceno, Meg Bennett, Linda Campanelli, Kimmer Ringwald, Gillian Spencer, Karen Harris, Doris Silverton)