LA Screenwriter founder Angela Bourassa has personally given feedback on hundreds upon hundreds of loglines in her role as Head Judge of the LA Screenwriter Logline Competition. That experience has shown her just how much screenwriters at every level struggle with this essential screenwriting tool.
With our new Logline Polish and Logline Creation services, Angela will personally help you craft a logline that meets industry standards of form, style, and professionalism.
Send us your current logline, a short synopsis of your script, and any other information you think we should have. We’ll get back to you within five business days with at least two polished versions of your logline, a paragraph on why we made the changes that we did, and another paragraph with our thoughts on your script idea. (sample)
If you still want to make edits, send your updated logline back to us for one more round of suggestions at no additional charge. (sample)
We’ll do all the heavy lifting for you. Send us a one-page synopsis of your script and notes on tone, style, or anything else that you think we should know. We’ll respond within five business days with at least two possible loglines for you, a paragraph explaining our creative choices, and a paragraph with our thoughts on your idea. (sample)
If you want to make some changes, send your edited logline back to us for one more round of suggestions at no additional charge. (sample)
Rush delivery can be added to either service.
Loglines pitch your script in one perfect sentence. If your logline doesn’t grab readers/listeners, you can be sure they won’t pay any attention to the rest of your pitch.
Loglines are also the simplest way to find out whether your screenplay idea is high concept, original, and commercial. Before writing your first page, you should always put together a logline to test whether your idea is worth writing at all.
PLEASE NOTE: Loglines polished or created by LA Screenwriter are NOT eligible for the LA Screenwriter Logline Competition. Likewise, any logline stemming from a project that LA Screenwriter has consulted on is NOT eligible for the competition, even if the submitted logline is completely different from anything LA Screenwriter has worked on with the writer.