Script Tip: How to Write a Logline

Writing a logline is a vital part of the screenwriting process and one of the most effective ways of selling your script. A logline is the essence of your screenplay (character, want, and obstacle) written in a clear, concise and creative way – ideally between 20 – 30 words.

In this example, TSL use the Oscar award winning film, Argo.

After watching this video, continue onto their website for more instruction and hundreds of examples.

The Script Lab
http://thescriptlab.com

Logline Library
http://tsl.cm/logline-library

Raindance Film Festival
http://www.raindance.org/10-tips-for-writing-loglines/

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Script Tip: How to Write a Logline was originally published on Digital Cinematic

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