If you’re looking for something to do in two weeks, you can’t overlook The Great American Pitchfest.
The March Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Sara Barry with her logline for AMERICAN MUSLIM, a half hour dark comedy pilot: “In the wake of her husband’s sudden death, an American convert to Islam juggles religious duties, overbearing Muslim in-laws, and post-9/11 prejudices as she struggles… Continue Reading →
The February Logline Competition results are in! Check out these great examples of how to write a logline: THE WINNER Our winner is Terri Viani with her logline for HOT FLASH!, a half hour dramedy pilot: “A seasoned soap opera actress scrambles to keep her tidy life together after she agrees to star in her ex-husband’s web series about a menopausal superhero… Continue Reading →
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 →
The Great American Pitchfest is happening this weekend in Burbank.
Keith Giglio led a great session at last weekend’s Great American Pitchfest on R-rated comedies.
Another thought-provoking session from last weekend’s Great American Pitchfest was entitled “Your Career in TV – The View from Both Sides.”
Erik Bork, Emmy-winning television writer and producer was on hand at the Great American Pitchfest last weekend. He taught a great class entitled Throwing Rocks at Your Main Character: How to Keep Your Story Moving Forward.
by Angela Bourassa (@angelabourassa1) ScriptFest and the Great American PitchFest are just two weekends away. This event is a great opportunity for writers, and we are big fans. The ScriptFest portion in particular is a must-attend event for any aspiring screenwriter. You’ll have the chance to attend classes all day long from some of… Continue Reading →
by Angela Bourassa The logline is one of the most powerful tools that a screenwriter has in his or her arsenal. It’s vital to master the craft of writing loglines, because loglines have the power to open doors. Here are the top seven ways that you can put your logline to work. 7. Script Databases The… Continue Reading →