Writing a logline for screenplays generally requires only one sentence. Loglines sum up the movie’s premise and succinctly let people know what to expect. Note that loglines are different than movie taglines. Taglines are written for marketing the movie, long after the screenplay has been completed.
Writing a logline should be one of the first steps of writing a screenplay. Its creation forces the writer to deduce the story into its essential elements.
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(Drama) – John and Jay are your average mid-west couple, until their lives are changed forever by a relentless domino effect that spins their lives out of control.
(Short, Horror) – Three students are forced to abandon their vehicle in the dense wilderness, fighting for survival against a family of psychos who play a twisted game of death.
(Comedy) – An outcast team of 7th-grade movie-makers battle through book reports, wedgies, and bullies for a chance to win the grand prize at the annual youth film festival.
(Horror) – Newly-engaged couple Jack and Michelle go on a road-trip together to visit Michelle’s family, but a psychopath from her past kidnaps her and now Jack must fight to save her.
(Comedy, Romance) – A young aspiring Jazz singer seeks a lover whom she can trust. She simultaneously finds two brothers. But which brother can she trust?
(Comedy) – A heartbroken young man and his grandmother set out on a road trip and question the true meaning of love.
(Drama) – An inner city man, haunted by his daughter’s death, is released from prison, seeking redemption by helping a trapped lady and her young daughter escape from their abusive landlord.
(Drama) – It would be so much easier for Joe and Heather to just split up, but they are held together in a mad, illogical, and reckless surge of emotions.
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