USC Libraries Scripter Honors “Leave No Trace” and “A Very English Scandal”

LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 10, 2019–The authors and screenwriters behind the film “Leave No Trace,” and the television miniseries “A Very English Scandal” received the 31st-annual USC Libraries Scripter Award at the Feb. 9 ceremony at USC’s Doheny Memorial Library.

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2019 USC Libraries Scripter Award winner Peter Rock, Dean Catherine Quinlan, Leave No Trace producer Anne Harrison, and Scripter Selection Committee Chair Howard Rodman. (Photo: Sarah Golonka)

The Scripter Award recognizes the year’s best adaptation of the written word for the screen, and includes feature film and television adaptations.

In her welcoming remarks, USC Libraries Dean Catherine Quinlan said, “This is our 31 st year celebrating the coming together of the literary and cinematic arts and of honoring the USC Libraries’ essential place in the intellectual, cultural and creative life of the Trojan Family.”

In the television category, the selection committee chose “A

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