Writing Your Logline and Synopsis

A logline conveys the concept of your script, its beating heart. While a logline relates the strength of your idea, it’s not the execution. Execution shines through in your synopsis. Use both a logline and synopsis to plan, then market your script. … More Writing Your Logline and Synopsis


Beginning Feature Film Writing – Writing To Shoot

Writing to shoot is a fun, achievable goal.  Whether you are a screenwriter, or a hyphenate such as writer-director, or actor-writer-producer, there is a benefit to learning to writing a feature film with the goal of shooting it. In the context of your goals, here are some points we’ll consider: Why it’s important Your role … More Beginning Feature Film Writing – Writing To Shoot