The Writers Guild of America, East and West (WGAE and WGAW) have announced their winners for the best in film and television at their 2018 Writers Guild Awards, with ceremonies held in the Edison Ballroom in New York City and The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. “Get Out” writer and director Jordan Peele won for best original screenplay, while James Ivory (“Call Me by Your Name”) won for best adapted screenplay for and Brett Morgen (“Jane”) won for best documentary screenplay. Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” also earned nods for best drama and best new series.

The east coast ceremony, hosted by writer and comedian Amber Ruffin (“Late Night with Seth Meyers”), presented an additional three honorary awards at Sunday night’s ceremony. “SNL” alums Tracy Morgan and Rachel Dratch presented fellow comedians Tina Fey and Robert Carlock with the Herb Sargent Award for Comedy Excellence and Mentorship, with Ken Burns presenting the Ian McLellan Hunter Award for Career Achievement to long-time collaborator Geoffrey C. Ward (“The Civil War”). Courtney Simon (“As the World Turns”) also presented the Richard B. Jablow Award for Devoted Service to the Guild to Hamilton Nolan (Splinter News / Gizmodo Media Group).

On the flip side of the country, Emmy and Grammy winner actor, writer and comedian Patton Oswalt (“A.P. Bio”) helmed the annual west coast ceremony, which also featured presentations for several honorary awards. Emmy winner Glenn Close (“Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story”) presented the WGAW’s Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television Writing Achievement to Emmy winning writer-producer Alison Cross (“Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story”), while Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher presented the WGAW’s Laurel Award for Screenwriting Achievement to Writers Guild and Academy Award-winning screenwriter-director-producer James L. Brooks (“Terms of Endearment”). Ivory Aquino (“When We Rise”) presented the WGAW’s Valentine Davies Award to Writers Guild and Academy Award-winning screenwriter and LGBTQ rights activist Dustin Lance Black (“Milk,” “When We Rise”) for his work and social activism, which has had a positive ripple effect for the LGBTQIA+ community. Finally, “Washington Post” editor Martin “Marty” Baron presented the WGAW’s Paul Selvin Award to Liz Hannah and Josh Singer for their screenplay “The Post,” which “embodies the spirit of constitutional and civil rights and liberties, including the First Amendment and freedom of the press, according to a press release.

See the full list of winners below.

FILM WINNERS

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

“Get Out,” written by Jordan Peele (Universal Pictures)

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

“Call Me by Your Name,” screenplay by James Ivory; based on the novel by André Aciman (Sony Pictures Classics)

DOCUMENTARY SCREENPLAY

“Jane,” written by Brett Morgen (National Geographic)

TELEVISION AND NEW MEDIA WINNERS

DRAMA SERIES

“The Handmaid’s Tale,” written by Ilene Chaiken, Nina Fiore, Dorothy Fortenberry, Leila Gerstein, John Herrera, Lynn Renee Maxcy, Bruce Miller, Kira Snyder, Wendy Straker Hauser, Eric Tuchman (Hulu)

COMEDY SERIES

“Veep,” written by Gabrielle Allan, Rachel Axler, Ted Cohen, Jennifer Crittenden, Alex Gregory, Steve Hely, Peter Huyck, Erik Kenward, Billy Kimball, David Mandel, Ian Maxtone-Graham, Dan Mintz, Lew Morton, Georgia Pritchett, Will Smith (HBO)

NEW SERIES

“The Handmaid’s Tale,” written by Ilene Chaiken, Nina Fiore, Dorothy Fortenberry, Leila Gerstein, John Herrera, Lynn Renee Maxcy, Bruce Miller, Kira Snyder, Wendy Straker Hauser, Eric Tuchman (Hulu)

ORIGINAL LONG FORM

“Flint,” written by Barbara Stepansky (Lifetime)

ADAPTED LONG FORM

“Big Little Lies,” teleplay by David E. Kelley, based on the novel by Liane Moriarty (HBO)

ADAPTED SHORT FORM NEW MEDIA

“”Starboy” (Zac & Mia),” teleplay by Allen Clary and Andrew Rothschild, based on the novel “Zac & Mia” by A.J. Betts (go90.com)

ANIMATION

“Time’s Arrow” (“Bojack Horseman”), written by Kate Purdy (Netflix)

EPISODIC DRAMA

“Chicanery” (“Better Call Saul”), written by Gordon Smith (AMC)

EPISODIC COMEDY

“Rosario’s Quinceanera” (“Will & Grace”), written by Tracy Poust & Jon Kinnally (NBC)

COMEDY/VARIETY TALK SERIES

“Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” writers: Tim Carvell, Josh Gondelman, Dan Gurewitch, Geoff Haggerty, Jeff Maurer, John Oliver, Scott Sherman, Will Tracy, Jill Twiss, Juli Weiner, Ben Silva, Seena Vali (HBO)

COMEDY/VARIETY SKETCH SERIES

“Saturday Night Live,” head writers: Chris Kelly, Sarah Schneider, Bryan Tucker, Writers: James Anderson, Kristen Bartlett, Jeremy Beiler, Neal Brennan, Zack Bornstein, Joanna Bradley, Megan Callahan, Michael Che, Anna Drezen, Fran Gillespie, Sudi Green, Steve Higgins, Colin Jost, Erik Kenward, Rob Klein, Nick Kocher, Michael Koman, Dave McCary, Brian McElhaney, Dennis McNicholas, Drew Michael, Lorne Michaels, Josh Patten, Katie Rich, Pete Schultz, Streeter Seidell, Will Stephen, Kent Sublette, Julio Torres (NBC Universal)

COMEDY/VARIETY SPECIALS

“39th Annual Kennedy Center Honors,” Written by Dave Boone (CBS)

QUIZ AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

“Hollywood Game Night,” head writer: Grant Taylor; Writers: Michael Agbabian, Alex Chauvin, Ann Slichter, Dwight D. Smith (NBC)

DAYTIME DRAMA

“General Hospital,” head writers: Shelly Altman, Jean Passanante; Writers: Anna Theresa Cascio, Suzanne Flynn, Charlotte Gibson, Lucky Gold, Kate Hall, Elizabeth Korte, Daniel James O’Connor, Dave Rupel, Katherine Schock, Scott Sickles, Christopher Van Etten, Christopher Whitesell (ABC)

CHILDREN’S EPISODIC AND SPECIALS

“An American Girl Story – Ivy & Julie 1976: A Happy Balance” (“American Girl”), written by May Chan (Amazon)

DOCUMENTARY SCRIPT – CURRENT EVENTS

“Confronting ISIS” (“Frontline”), written by Martin Smith (PBS)

DOCUMENTARY SCRIPT – OTHER THAN CURRENT EVENTS

“The Great War, Part II” (“American Experience”), written by Stephen Ives (PBS)

NEWS SCRIPT – REGULARLY SCHEDULED, BULLETIN, OR BREAKING REPORT

“White Helmets” (“60 Minutes”), written by Scott Pelley, Nicole Young, Katie Kerbstat (CBS News)

NEWS SCRIPT – ANALYSIS, FEATURE, OR COMMENTARY

“Chief of Chobani” (“60 Minutes”), written by Steve Kroft, Oriana Zill de Granados (CBS News)

DIGITAL NEWS

“The Super Predators,” written by Melissa Jeltsen, Dana Liebelson (Huffingtonpost.com)

RADIO/AUDIO WINNERS

RADIO/AUDIO DOCUMENTARY

“CBS Radio 90th Anniversary,” written by Dianne E. James, Gail Lee (CBS News Radio)

RADIO/AUDIO NEWS SCRIPT – REGULARLY SCHEDULED, BULLETIN, OR BREAKING REPORT

“World News This Week: June 9, 2017,” written by Tara Gimbel Tanis (ABC News Radio)

RADIO/AUDIO NEWS SCRIPT – ANALYSIS, FEATURE, OR COMMENTARY

“Dishin’ Digital on WCBS-AM,” written by Robert Hawley (WCBS)

PROMOTIONAL WINNERS

ON-AIR PROMOTION (RADIO OR TELEVISION)

“CBS Comedy,” written by Dan Greenberger (CBS Television)

VIDEOGAME WINNER

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN VIDEOGAME WRITING

“Horizon Zero Dawn,” narrative director John Gonzalez; lead writer Benjamin McCaw; writing by Ben Schroder, Anne Toole; additional writing by Dee Warrick, Meg Jayanth (Guerrilla Games)

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