The December Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Ethan Mantel with his logline for 2 B3ATS: IN THE B3AT-GINNING, a mockumentary: “When their generic techno track somehow goes viral, two stubborn amateur DJs struggle to hold together a slapdash road tour through
2017 is (finally) coming to a close, so it’s time to share our best, most viewed, and favorite posts from the last twelve months. We hope you find encouragement, insight, and motivation in these articles and scripts, and we hope that they help you achieve your writing goals in 2018!
The Coco screenplay was written by Adrian Molina and Matthew Aldrich.
Back by popular demand, we have updated our free one-page writing tracker for the 2018 calendar. Download this sheet, print it out, and hang it over your desk to keep track of your writing goals and milestones all year long. Download the chart here! Here are a few ways that
The War for the Planet of the Apes screenplay was written by Mark Bomback & Matt Reeves.
The Last Flag Flying screenplay was written by Richard Linklater & Darryl Ponicsan based on the novel by Darryl Ponicsan.
by Angela Bourassa (@angelabourassa1) One of the most effective ways to connect with readers and, ultimately, audiences is to tap into a phenomenon in the zeitgeist. Writing about a pressing social issue, unusual trend, or current conflict draws peoples’ attention and separates your script from the crowd. But it’s also
The Brigsby Bear screenplay was written by Kevin Costello & Kyle Mooney.
The Darkest Hour screenplay was written by Anthony McCarten. This draft is labeled the shooting draft.
by Ashley Scott Meyers This week on the podcast I talk with longtime film buyer and now distributor Keith Leopard about the films that he sells through his distribution company, Uncork’d Entertainment. You can listen to the audio portion of the podcast by clicking here or through iTunes by clicking