Chris Terrio was honoured in the 'Adapted Screenplay' category for Argo and Mark Boal won the 'Original Screenplay' award for Zero Dark Thirty during simultaneous ceremonies hosted in New York and Los Angeles.
Searching for Sugar Man's Malik Bendejelloul also took home the 'Documentary' prize on Sunday night (February 17).
The major winners and nominees in the movie categories at the WGA Awards are as follows:
The Master - Paul Thomas Anderson (The Weinstein Company)
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