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Nora Ephron Screenplays (Download)

Nora Ephron (1941-2012) was the preeminent female screenwriters and directors in the business. From Silkwood Julie & Julia, her work was second to none.  Coincidentally, Meryl Streep appeared in her first and last films.

Listen to one of Nora’s final talks about screenwriting and the directing process here.

The screenplays below are the only scripts that are available online. If you find any of her missing screenplays please leave the link in the comment section.

(NOTE: For educational and research purposes only).


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John August, (Aladdin, Big Fish)

Jim Uhls (Fight Club)

Daniel Knauf (HBO Showrunner)



SILKWOOD (1983)

Screenplay by Nora Ephron & Alice Arden – Read the screenplay!

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY (1989)

Screenplay by Nora Ephron – Read the screenplay

MY BLUE HEAVEN (1986)

Screenplay by Nora Ephron – Read the transcript

SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE (1993)

Screenplay by Nora Ephron – Read the screenplay

YOU’VE GOT MAIL (1998)

Screenplay by Nora Ephron – Read the screenplay

HANGING UP (2000)

Screenplay by Nora Ephron – Read the transcript


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