"What happened to screenwriting in American movies?," Wilmington asked, then answered for himself: "In many cases, the writing is nonexistent. It just isn't there."
It certainly wasn't there in your issue. Benson proclaimed: "This overview covers the elements of movie making (producing, directing, acting, etc.)."
In every genre of the Best, the honored movie has its director's name in parentheses. . . . "People to Watch" listed actors, actresses and directors. . . .
What happened to screenwriting in American movies? Simple. In this industry, we're an uncredited etcetera.