Novel: DIGBY’S DIARY, by E.D. Bird

Title: DIGBY’S DIARY Written by: E.D. Bird http://www.edbirdbooks.com Type: Novel Genre: Adventure Logline: Will the boys and hounds succeed in their efforts? Interested in this logline, please email us at loglines@storypitches.com and we’ll forward your email to the writer. Have a logline? Submit your logline to https://storypitches.com/.

Feature Film Pitch: Space Truckers, by Michael D’Ambrosio

Title: SPACE TRUCKERS Written by: Michael D’Ambrosio Type: Feature Film Genre: Sci-Fi (futuristic action) Logline: A mercenary struggles with his ex-wife and a new paramour while battling aliens. Interested in this logline, please email us at loglines@storypitches.com and we’ll forward your email to the writer. Have a logline? Submit your logline to https://storypitches.com/.

Feature Film Pitch: DINNER WITH HIMMLER, by Marcus Nannini

LOGLINE PITCH: Title: DINNER WITH HIMMLER Written by: Marcus Nannini Type: Feature Film Genre: Drama, War Logline: A shell-shocked American paratrooper finds himself face-to-face with Heinrich Himmler while surrounded by machine gun toting guards of the “Reichsfuhrer SS” deep in the bowels of a 16th Century castle. This feature length screenplay is in the genre… Continue reading Feature Film Pitch: DINNER WITH HIMMLER, by Marcus Nannini

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.