The Annual List of Best Un-Produced Screenplays is Here

2012 Black ListThe 2012 Black List was released this morning via Twitter, with screenwriters everywhere waiting patiently as the list was revealed piece by piece. The list is a compilation of the best unproduced screenplays as determined by over 290 film executives who were allowed to include up to 10 of their favorite scripts to the list.

The 2012 Black List:

Fathers and Daughters by Brad Desch
Somacell by Ashleigh Powell
George by Jeff Shakoor
Americatown by Ben Poole
Midnight at Noon by Nathaniel Halpern
The Final Broadcast by Chris Hutton, Eddie O’Keefe
Wunderkind by Patrick Aison
Out of State by Eric Pearson
The Ballad of Pablo Escobar by Matt Aldrich
Comancheria by Taylor Sheridan
Clive by Nathasha Pincus
From New York to Florida by Austin Reynolds
Stockholm, Pennsylvania by Nikole Beckwith
The Hooverville Dead by Brantley Aufill
A Country of Strangers by Sean Armstrong
Whiplish by Damien Chazelle
Glimmer by Carter Blanchard
Transcendence by Jack Paglen
The Equalizer by Richard Wenk
Come and Find Me by Zack Whedon
Untitled Cops Script by Blake McCormick
Murder City by Will Simmons
Monsoon by Matt Ackley
Man of Tomorrow by Jeremy Slater
Fuck Marry Kill by Neel Shah, Alex Blagg
The Paper Man by Sean O’Keefe
Peste by Barbara Marshall
The Outskirts by Dominique Ferarri, Suzanne Wrubel
Ex Boyfriend of the Bride by Matt Hausfater
The Lighthouse by Eric Kirsten
Bleeding Kansas by Russell Sommer, Dan Frey
King of Heists by Will Staples
The Broken by John Glosser
Who Framed Tommy Callahan by Harry Kellerman
Goodbye, Felix Chester by Max Taxe
The Judge by Bill Dubuque
El Tigre by Aaron Buchsbaum, Teddy Riley
Hibernation by Will Frank, Geneva Robertson-Dworet
Cherries by Brian Kehoe, Jim Kehoe
The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by Mark Hogan
Flower by Alex McAulay
The One That Got Away by April Prosser
Titans of Park Row by Mitch Akselrad
Black Box by David Guggenheim
Hey, Stella! by Tom Shepard
Devils at Play by James Dilapo
Our Name is Adam by T.S. Nowlin
The Killing Spree by Derek Elliott, Jack Donaldson
The Disciple Program by Tyler Marceca
Jojo Rabbit by Taika Waititi
Seuss by Eyal Podell, Jonathan Stewart
Ground Control to Major Tom by Jason Micallef
The Fault in Our Stars by Scott Neustadter, Michael H Weber
Times Square by Taylor Materne, Jake Rubin
Conversion by Marissa Jo Cerar
McCarthy by Justin Kremer
The Survivalist by Stephen Fingleton
Rodham by Young II Kim
The Winter Kills by Ben Carney
Sand Castle by Chris Roessner
Me & Earl & The Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews
If They Move…Kill ‘Em! by Kel Symons
Penny Dreadful by Shane Atkinson
Doppelgangers by Evan Mirzai, Shea Mirzai
Border Country by Jonathan Stokes
Whaleman by Tucker Parsons
Don’t Make Me Go by Vera Herbert
Draft Day by Rajiv Joseph, Scott Rothman
Sweet Virginia by Paul China, Benjamin China
Almanac by Jason Pagan, Andrew Stark
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile by Michael Werwie
The Portland Condition by Dan Cohn, Jeremy Miller
Story of Your Life by Eric Heisserer
All-Nighter by Brad Ingelsby
Shut In by Christina Hodson
Hold On to me by Brad Ingelsby
The Keeping Room by Julia Hart
The Eel by Roberto Bentivegna

Source: The Black List

Rebecca Murray

Editor in Chief at ShowbizJunkies
Journalist covering the entertainment industry for more than 13 years. Member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association, Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and San Diego Film Critics Society.

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