The 54th Writers Guild of America Awards, given in 2002, honored the film and television best writers of 2001.
Writers Guild of America Awards 2001 Wikipedia
A Beautiful Mind - Akiva GoldsmanBlack Hawk Down - Ken Nolan
Bridget Jones's Diary - Richard Curtis, Andrew Davies and Helen Fielding
Ghost World - Daniel Clowes and Terry Zwigoff
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring - Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson and Fran Walsh
Gosford Park - Julian FellowesThe Man Who Wasn't There - Ethan and Joel Coen
Monster's Ball - Milo Addica and Will Rokos
Moulin Rouge! - Baz Luhrmann and Craig Pearce
The Royal Tenenbaums - Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson
Everybody Loves Raymond - Philip Rosenthal for "Italy"Malcolm in the Middle - Gary Murphy and Neil Thompson for "Grandparents"
Malcolm in the Middle - Alex Reid for "Bowling"
Sex and the City - Cindy Chupack for "Just Say Yes"
Sex and the City - Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky for "My Motherboard, My Self"
Titus - Christopher Titus for "The Pendulum"
The Sopranos - Timothy Van Patten and Terence Winter for "Pine Barrens"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation - Ann Donahue and Tish McCarthy for "Blood Drops"
The Sopranos - David Chase for "Proshai, Livushka"
The Sopranos - Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green for "Employee of the Month"
The West Wing - Paul Redford and Aaron Sorkin for "Somebody's Going To Emergency, Somebody's Going To Jail"
The West Wing - Aaron Sorkin for "Two Cathedrals"
Anne Frank: The Whole Story - Kirk EllisBaby - Kerry Kennedy, Patricia MacLachlan and David Manson
Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows - Robert L. Freedman
The Mists of Avalon - Gavin Scott
The Song of the Lark - Joseph Maurer
Conspiracy - Loring Mandel61* - Hank Steinberg
For Love or Country: The Arturo Sandoval Story - Timothy J. Sexton
Varian's War - Lionel Chetwynd