Looking to catch a Big Fish? A rep, meeting or sale? Barri Evins’ advice on creating an irresistible lure: the ultimate bait that gets the industry to bite.
Sammy Montana discusses three query letter mistakes that ruin a screenwriter's chance of getting their script requested by a Hollywood executive.
Script talks with producer Judd Payne on loglines, developing movie ideas, and his upcoming movie with Jamie Foxx.
Does your logline leave us hungry for more? Barri Evins' recipe for creating a satisfying logline that entices story-hungry readers to devour your script.
Susan Kouguell gives query letter tips to unlock the gates of Hollywood and get your projects noticed.
Is your logline delicious? Barri Evins wants you to make us yearn to take a bite. Create a hunger to read your script. Crafting the sentence that can break you into the industry.
Writer and theatrical improviser Brett Wean shares how improvisational techniques can help screenwriters in outlining their feature scripts.
Doug King takes you through the rewrite process of screenplay loglines to make yours show the four critical elements to attract executives.
You've sent your query letter to dozens of producers or agents? Hundreds? Thousands? No response? No reads? No meetings? Your query letter is the problem...
Why is a good logline important? After all, it's not printed anywhere in your script. And it oversimplifies your story to the point of absurdity anyway, right?