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Jon Chattman: Precious Screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher Talks Parodies and (Wait For It...) A Sequel?

After winning an Oscar for Precious, one wonders if screenwriter Geoffrey Fletcher needed to go into a warm, happy place after being around such dark material for so long.
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Ethnicity & Race / African American : The Root (3 years ago)

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Director Doug Liman pairs with Precious screenwriter to make ‘Attica’

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Call it CAA’s dream team. The agency has partnered director Doug Liman (Bourne Identity) with Geoffrey Fletcher, the recent Oscar-nominated screenwriter of Precious to create Attica, the story of the 1971 Attica state prison rebelli...

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Entertainment : Huffington Post: Entertainment Blog (5 years ago)

Not to steal Ms. Bigelow's thunder, but we witnessed another historic first at this year's Oscars: Geoffrey Fletcher, who won Best Adapted Screenplay for Precious, became the first African-American to win an Oscar for screenwriting.

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