What a Great Logline Looks Like: January 2017 Edition

The January Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Erik V Wolter with his logline for Footsteps of My Father, a war drama: “When a German immigrant faces deportation for alleged Nazi ties during World War II, his combative teenage son takes on the FBI and fights to clear his father's name.”... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: December 2016 Edition

The December Logline Competition results are in!. Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Andrew Dodson with his logline for Bird-Dog, a political thriller: “Two high-powered Washington DC consultants manage a covert election-rigging agency, but a relentless independent journalist throws their schemes into disarray.” This is a fun idea that would certainly get people... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: July 2016 Edition

The July Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Matthew Barker with his logline for AS IT IS..., a half-hour pilot: “After eons of bickering, God and Satan's staff strip them of their powers and banish them to the Midwest where they must learn to get along as... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: October Edition

The October Logline Competition results are in. Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Nicola Ralph with her logline for INTO THE UNKNOWN, a sci-fi/horror: “An interplanetary rescue mission becomes a fight for survival when the stranded crew -- morphed by an alien parasite -- attack, giving one rescue crew member a murderous idea.” We... Continue Reading →

What a Great Logline Looks Like: April Edition

The April Logline Competition was our biggest competition yet, and we’ve got the results right here. Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER This month’s winner was Laura Garrison with her logline for THE MUFFIN MEN, a comedy: After their struggling breakfast-delivery startup rolls out a sensual "secret menu" for eccentric housewives, four hapless guys scramble... Continue Reading →

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