Paul Selvin Award

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The Paul Selvin Award is a special award presented by the Writers Guild of America. It is to be given "to that member whose script best embodies the spirit of the constitutional and civil rights and liberties which are indispensable to the survival of free writers everywhere and to whose defense Paul Selvin committed his professional life." [1]

1990 (42nd)[edit]

1991 (43rd)[edit]

1992 (44th)[edit]

1993 (45th)[edit]

1994 (46th)[edit]

  • Dave — Gary Ross

1995 (47th)[edit]

1996 (48th)[edit]

  • Picket Fences: "Final Judgment" & "Without Mercy" — David E. Kelley

1997 (49th)[edit]

1998 (50th)[edit]

1999 (51st)[edit]

2000 (52nd)[edit]

  • The Insider — Written by Eric Roth & Michael Mann; Based on the Article 'The Man Who Knew Too Much' by Marie Brenner

2001 (53rd)[edit]

  • Quills — Screenplay by Doug Wright; Based on his play

2002 (54th)[edit]

2003 (55th)[edit]

2004 (56th)[edit]

2005 (57th)[edit]

2006 (58th)[edit]

2008 (60th)[edit]

  • The Great Debaters — Screenplay by Robert Eisele Story by Robert Eisele & Jeffrey Porro (as Jeffrey D. Porro)

2009 (61st)[edit]

  • Milk — Dustin Lance Black

2010 (62nd)[edit]

  • Invictus — Screenplay by Anthony Peckham; Based on the book 'Playing the Enemy' by John Carlin

2011 (63rd)[edit]

2012 (64th)[edit]

  • The Help — Screenplay by Tate Taylor; Based on the novel by Kathryn Stockett

2013 (65th)[edit]

  • Lincoln — Screenplay by Tony Kushner; Based in part upon the book 'Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln' by Doris Kearns Goodwin

2014 (66th)[edit]

2015 (67th)[edit]

2016 (68th)[edit]