Advice — pitching a script

How to Write a Logline that Sells

Posted by Jonathan Treisman on

Have you ever been stuck listening to a friend tell you a joke that seems to go on without ever reaching the punch line? Your mind starts wandering and you stop paying attention as the joke painfully loses its momentum.Pitching your ideas effectively, whether from a script, novel or even your own mind, does not come naturally for most of us. But with a little practice, it can. Once you learn what a "High Concept Idea" is and how to create exciting story "Loglines" for your work.Why do Writers Need to Learn How to Pitch?In Hollywood, every movie starts out...

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How to Write a Logline that Sells

Posted by Jonathan Treisman on

Have you ever been stuck listening to a friend tell you a joke that seems to go on without ever reaching the punch line? Your mind starts wandering and you stop paying attention as the joke painfully loses its momentum.Pitching your ideas effectively, whether from a script, novel or even your own mind, does not come naturally for most of us. But with a little practice, it can. Once you learn what a "High Concept Idea" is and how to create exciting story "Loglines" for your work.Why do Writers Need to Learn How to Pitch?In Hollywood, every movie starts out...

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