The Writers Awards, also the Writers Guild Awards of the United States, have announced the awards for this edition, the last before this kind of awards ends with the Oscars. ‘Everything together everywhere’, ‘Ellas hablan’ and the series ‘Severantia’ took home the main prizes of this edition.
This issue has been heavily commented on as the WGA prepares for a possible strike that could lead to a work stoppage in the coming months.
All indications are that the union to which the majority of Hollywood writers are affiliated, the WGA, will strike and suspend creative work in the coming months, with the union demanding increased wages and long-term changes in different genres. time contracts
The evening began with several surprise winners, including Sarah Polley, who took home the award for adapted screenplay for ‘Women Talking’. The filmmaker points out that the themes of Miriam Toews’ novel ‘Ellas habland’ are similar to the issues that are working against the union in the upcoming negotiations. “It’s about collective action. Having tough conversations, about imagining and taking responsibility for a better future. That’s the definition of a union.”
Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan, co-writers of this season’s hit “All Once…”, spoke from the heart about the importance of their film, in the metaverse, known for its writers. “Writing is confusing and difficult, and we often feel that way,” Scheinert said. “Thank you to our therapists,” he said. Another reporter, Kwan, asked the members of his union to be involved in the rear. prepares the stage for a possible stop work.” Every single benefit is something that was fought for and difficult,” Kwan said of the union’s past successes. “The perverse incentives of this fervent industry with the Pros will push us in all directions unless we unite.”
The evening included fiery commentary about power in Hollywood by Charlie Kaufman, who was awarded this year’s Gild Laurel Lifetime Achievement Award.
In-series honors went to Apple TV+’s Secret, one of the best series of 2022. Writer Andrew Colville told the crowd he wanted to say “the people on this show are like family.” I need to, but I feel like we’re going to give a sentence. Later in the evening, “Severance” made another trip to the podium to receive the trophy for best drama series.
The FX drama “The Bear” won in the category of comedy series, a type of decision that even its writers admitted was bordering on dark material in the series’ core data. “We are finally answering the age-old question: “Is comedy funny?” said Rene Gube, one of its writers. “We feel very lucky to be writing this series. In many ways we feel like we won the lottery to be here and in many ways we feel like we really did.”
Mike White picked up yet another trophy for the second season of HBO’s ‘The White Lotus’, which he won for limited series. He openly revealed that his life was not always so smooth, so much so that he was admitted to a hospital for his mental health.
Below you can see how the list of winners in the films and series of the 2023 edition of the 2023 edition of the President of the United States of America was.
All together from all sides
Black Panther: Wakanda Eternal
Daggers in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion
Top Gun: Maverick
Case: Case against Boeing
Last Flight Home
Long live the Master!
Better than Call Saul
Abbots Elementary College
Only killing in the building
A new series
Caro in trouble
Pam & Tommy
Girls Just Have Fun Shauna – ‘The Simpsons’
Garden Pain – ‘Tuca & Bertie’
Pixelated and Scary – ‘The Simpsons’
Corrections – ‘Perished’
The Sound of Bleeding Gums – ‘The Simpsons’
The Hard Way – ‘Ozark’
Everything Ends – ‘The Good Fight’
Planning and Implementation – ‘Better Call Saul’
Sting – Bad Sisters
A Rock and a Hard Place – ‘Rather Call Saul’
The We Are – ‘Severance’
Beginning – ‘Grace and Frankie’.
Braciole – ‘Bear’
Private School – ‘What we do in the shadows’
Unique, Unique – Hacks’
Wide Net – ‘Dog Reservations’
María Aller In her pre-adolescence she began to buy films and thus her love of films, blockbusters or indie films, does not matter.