San diego film critics society award for best adapted screenplay

The San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Adapted Screenplay is a film award given by the San Diego Film Critics Society.

Winners

1990s

Year Winner Writer(s) Source
1997 L.A. Confidential Curtis Hanson and Brian Helgeland novel by James Ellroy
1998 A Simple Plan Scott B. Smith novel by Scott B. Smith
1999 Election Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor novel by Tom Perrotta

2000s

Year Winner Writer(s) Source
2000 Chocolat Robert Nelson Jacobs novel by Joanne Harris
2001 Ghost World Daniel Clowes and Terry Zwigoff comic book series by Daniel Clowes
2002 Adaptation. Charlie and Donald Kaufman book by Susan Orlean
2003 American Splendor Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini comic book series by Harvey Pekar and
comic book series by Joyce Brabner
2004 Sideways Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor novel by Rex Pickett
2005 Capote Dan Futterman book by Gerald Clarke
2006 Thank You for Smoking Jason Reitman novel by Christopher Buckley
2007 There Will Be Blood Paul Thomas Anderson novel by Upton Sinclair
2008 Slumdog Millionaire Simon Beaufoy novel by Vikas Swarup
2009 Fantastic Mr. Fox Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach novel by Roald Dahl

2010s

Year Winner Writer(s) Source
2010 The Social Network Aaron Sorkin The Accidental Billionaires by Ben Mezrich
2011 Moneyball Steve Zaillian and Aaron Sorkin book by Michael Lewis
2012 Argo Chris Terrio The Master of Disguise by Tony Mendez
The Great Escape by Joshuah Bearman
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