10 Great loglines


How to write your own logline

In this guide, we’ll analyse what it takes to write a great logline and offer examples of some of the best.

Loglines. They seem simple, but they’re not. It takes skill to distill a story into 25-35 words or so. You need to be able sell your story, to pitch it properly to draw the interest of a Director, an Agent or Producer. It’s vital to make your story sound exciting, yet keep it as concise as possible.

But the logline is also very useful during the writing process. Having your logline posted in front of you, on top of your keyboard or at the bottom of your screen, always reminds you what your story is about.

In addition to creating the best pitch for your project, the logline helps you to refocus on your subject and to find the right answers to the many questions raised along the development of your story.


By the end of this guide you will be able to:

  • Understand why a great logline is indispensable at every stage of your script development
  • Learn the three important elements of a great logline
  • Analyze the six vital rules of the logline
  • Quiz yourself on your expertise at writing a logline


  • What is a logline?
  • 6 rules of a logline
  • 10 great loglines
  • Exercises: test your logline skills

eBook Details

Publisher: Moviesoft
Author: Michael Barmish
ISBN: 978-1-913580-16-2
Release Date: April 20, 2020
Language: English
Download Format: PDF (Watermark)

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