Have you been struggling to type out that script? The one you’ve sat on for the past few months/years or so? Trying to figure out how to make it work? Hell, do you need some help getting it started in the first place? If you want to look for the best of the best of the year, look no further than below. Compiled for the consideration of Oscar voters everywhere, you have the chance to download and read more than 40 of the most acclaimed, sought-after screenplays of the past year. All legal, no less, and from the comfort of your home! Indeed, Christmas has come a little early this year.

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Featuring the pages to “Fences,” “Hell Or High Water,” “Moonlight,” “Toni Erdmann,” “Lion,” “The Invitation,” “Sing Street,” “20th Century Women,” “Arrival,” “Jackie,” “Nocturnal Animals” and more, including some overlooked/less-than-praised Oscar hopefuls like “The Founder,” “I Saw The Light,” ‘The Hollars,” and “The Birth Of A Nation,” this collection from throughout the year is a diverse selection of some of the year’s most celebrated and award-hungry screenplays from 2016. Now, you have the luxury to read them yourself, to see if they deserve the praise, demand the vitriol or, hopefully, maybe even get you started on your own. Hopefully, we’ll write about your newest contribution to cinema in the years to come. For now, however, check out this list below and start reading.

Silence” by Jay Cocks & Martin Scorsese

Manchester By The Sea” by Kenneth Lonergan

Hell or High Water” by Taylor Sheridan

Moonlight” by Barry Jenkins

Arrival” by Eric Heisserer

Jackie” by Noah Oppenheim

Toni Erdmann” by Maren Ade

20th Century Women” by Mike Mills

isabelle-huppert-elleElle” by David Birke

Loving” by Jeff Nichols

Hail, Caesar!” by Joel & Ethan Coen

Sully” by Tom Komarnicki

Fences” by August Wilson

The Invitation” by Phil Hay & Matt Manfredi

Sing Street” by John Carney

Lion” by Luke Davies

Kubo and the Two Strings” by Marc Haimes & Chris Butler, Story by Shannon Tindle, Marc Haimes

Nocturnal Animals” by Tom Ford

Captain Fantastic” by Matt Ross

Eye in the Sky” by Guy Hibbert

whit-stillman-love-and-friendship-still2-chloesevigny-katebeckinsale-byrossmcdonnellLove & Friendship” by Whit Stillman

Little Men” by Ira Sachs & Mauricio Zacharias

The Meddler” by Lorene Scafaria

Miles Ahead” by Steven Baigelman & Don Cheadle

Denial” by David Hare

Zootopia” by Jared Bush & Phil Johnson, Story by Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush, Jim Reardon, Josie Trinidad, Phil Johnson and Jennifer Lee

A Monster Calls” by Patrick Hess

Sing” by Garth Jennings

The Founder” by Robert Siegel

The FounderAnthropoid” by Sean Ellis and Anthony Frewin

The Birth of a Nation” by Nate Parker, Story By Nate Parker & Jean McGianni Celestin

The Comedian” by Art Linson & Jeff Ross and Richard LaGravenese and Lewis Friedman, Story by Art Linson

The Girl on the Train” by Erin Cressida Wilson

The Secret Life of Pets” by Cinco Paul & Ken Daurio and Brian Lynch

Gold” by Patrick Massett & John Zinman

Julieta” by Pedro Almodovar

Bridget Jones’s Baby” by Helen Fielding and Dan Mazer and Emma Thompson

The Hollars” by James C. Strouse

I Saw the Light” by Marc Abraham

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” by Nia Vardalos

Bridget Jones’s Baby” by Helen Fielding, Dan Mazer and Emma Thompson

Equity” by Amy Fox

The Red Turtle” by Michael Dudok De Wit

Maggie’s Plan” by Rebecca Miller

Land Of Mine” by Martin Zandvliet