Annual awards given out for outstanding achievements in film, TV, or radio writing since 1949. In 2004, the show was broadcast on television for the first time in its history. Simultaneous awards ceremonies are held in New York City and Los Angeles by the Writers Guild of America, East and Writers Guild of America, West, respectively.
Pudgy, timid Desmouceaux and scruffy, neglected Goldman lead a whole pack of heartwarming tykes. A realistically and tenderly portrayed testament to the great director's belief in childhood as a "state of grace." Criticized for sentimentality, "Small Change" followed Truffaut's gloomy "The Story of Adele H." Steven Spielberg suggested the English ... more
Very dark war comedy about a small-time Italian crook in Naples with seven ugly sisters to support. He survives a German prison camp and much else; unforgettably, he seduces the ugly commandant of his camp to save his own life. Good acting and tight direction.
Eastwood plays a farmer with a motive for revenge--his family was killed by Union guerillas, and he was betrayed and hunted. His desire to play the lone killer is, however, tempered by his need for family and friends. He kills plenty, but in the end finds peace. Considered one of ... more