What a Great Logline Looks Like: January 2018 Edition

The January Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Ralph Walker with his logline for SOUTHBOUND, a heist dramedy: “After the untimely death of their father, a soon-to-be-married daughter and her homebody brother attempt to save their sick mother’s taffy shop by robbing millions in coins from Garden... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: December 2017 Edition

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 middle America to prove they... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: September 2017 Edition

The September Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Callum Ramsay with his logline for PLAN C, a comedy: “Desperate to continue his extravagant lifestyle, a broke, washed-up crime writer enlists his crazy-yet-well-mannered stalker to help him recreate a bank robbery from his only best-selling book.” This is... Continue Reading →

Writing ‘Fiercely Original’ Scripts + Win a Free Pass to Script to Career!

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Corey Mandell is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter who has written projects for Ridley Scott, Wolfgang Petersen, Harrison Ford, Meg Ryan, Julia Roberts, John Travolta, Warner Brothers, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Fox 2000, Fox Family, Working Title, Paramount, Live Planet, Beacon Films, Touchstone, Trilogy, Radiant, Kopelson Entertainment and Walt Disney Pictures. His... Continue Reading →

3 Simple Steps to a Better Logline

by Angela Bourassa As head judge of the LA Screenwriter Logline Competition, I read a lot of loglines. Like, a LOT a lot. And I always come across the same problems. There are the loglines that are way too long, the loglines with typos (it’s just one sentence, people – proofread it), the loglines that... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: November Edition

The November Logline Competition results are in. Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Nicola Ralph with her logline for SUBSISTENCE, a sci-fi: “Desperately searching for his wife and infant son, an emotionally scarred veteran must evade the aliens hunting those left behind after the population of Chicago vanishes.” Nicola is our... Continue Reading →

The October Logline Competition is Now Open!

by Angela Bourassa We're happy announce that the LA Screenwriter Logline Competition is back from its summer break! We're now accepting entries for the October competition. What is this Logline Competition, you ask? The Logline Competition is your chance to submit a logline for a script you're working on, thinking about, or have already completed.... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: February Edition

The February Logline Competition results are in. The caliber of submissions stepped up a level this month, and we're very excited about the top loglines. Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER This month’s winner was Colin Costello with his logline for TAGGED, a horror: “The popular teen daughter of a disgraced Georgia sheriff must stop... Continue Reading →

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