VIDEO PITCH for The Shade Riders Series by Beth Zurkowski (half hour pilot for TV series)

Title of Story: The Shade Riders Series: Pirates and Power Chairs (half hour pilot for TV series) Written by: Beth Zurkowski PITCH: “The Shade Rider Series” is a fantasy comedy in which an eleven-year-old hybrid-vigor girl, Nova, and her misfit friends struggle to figure out by using science what monsters are made of and finally… Continue reading VIDEO PITCH for The Shade Riders Series by Beth Zurkowski (half hour pilot for TV series)

Video Pitch for State Secret, Feature Screenplay by Doug Kissock

Watch the Video Pitch Logline for STATE SECRET: Get to know writer Doug Kissock: 1. What is the theme of your story? Politics is a dirty business; one where perception is everything. It’s more important to be seen to be on the winning side than to be right. But whose side is right? Whose agenda… Continue reading Video Pitch for State Secret, Feature Screenplay by Doug Kissock

Video Pitch for GRACE, Feature Script by Doris B. Gill

Get to know writer Doris B. Gill: 1) What makes your story unique and also engaging? This is a story of a Mother’s love and devotion. 2) Why does the world need to know about your story? Inspiring, even today about not giving up. 3) What type of music do you see in your story… Continue reading Video Pitch for GRACE, Feature Script by Doris B. Gill

Feature Screenplay VIDEO PITCH for MOTHER & SON, by David Serra

Title: MOTHER & SON Written by: David Serra Type: Feature Script Genre: Apocalyptic, Survivor, Drama LOGLINE: A mother and her autistic son are stuck in a bunker in a post-apocalyptic world after it was overrun by huge sea monsters. Things intensify when an injured woman soldier arrives. This touches base with how far a mother… Continue reading Feature Screenplay VIDEO PITCH for MOTHER & SON, by David Serra

Logline Basics (Or, how to write the best logline)

The easiest way to phrase your logline is to state the genre, an attribute of the main character, and what the character needs to achieve to meet a challenge. Of course, you may see your script as a slice of life or a series of vignettes or something else that doesn’t lend itself to a clear statement in this form, but attempt it.