Monday, 27 February 2017

The 2016 Cinema Touch Awards - ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

by
Julien Faddoul







5. Certain Women – Kelly Reichardt
For her best film yet. With each story only having the faintest of connections, it is typical of its director’s quiet, academic, observational approach.










4. Love & Friendship – Whit Stillman
For an ideal matching of filmmaker and novelist that accentuates the wit of both parties to create a pleasant inspection on conceitedness.











3. Sully – Todd Komarnicki
For a quiet procedural of a real event that works more like an alienating meditation on duty and strategy.









2. Moonlight – Barry Jenkins
For a three-act inspection on a vivid America, with each character brimming with clarity.






1. Indignation – James Schamus
For undertaking the formidable and ultimately hopeless task of adapting Roth for the screen, and coming closer to success than any one has before.





Runner Up: Julieta – Pedro Almodovar



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