Logline Consultations

 I love workshopping loglines, and I’m damn good at it, too.

Throughout my career as an award-winning director and screenwriter, I’ve given feedback on thousands of loglines and pitched many movie ideas to producers and potential investors.

I’ve learned that screenwriters at every level struggle with this essential screenwriting tool.

Provide me with a rough logline or your film’s synopsis and I will create a logline that will have producers requesting to read your script.

And that’s exactly what a great logline should accomplish!

Logline Polish – $10 [Purchase via Fiverr.com]

Send me your current logline, a short synopsis of your script, and any other information you think I should have. I’ll get back to you within three business days with at least two polished versions of your logline.

If you still want to make edits, send your updated logline back to me for one more round of suggestions at no additional charge.

Logline Creation – $15 [Purchase via Fiverr.com]

I’ll do all the heavy lifting for you. Send me a one-page synopsis of your script and notes on tone, style, or anything else that you think I should know. I’ll respond within three business days with at least two possible loglines for you.

If you want to make some changes, send your edited logline back to me for one more round of suggestions at no additional charge.

Logline Deluxe – $25 [Purchase via Fiverr.com]

I will create 5 loglines from scratch using your synopsis, plus provide feedback on your concept!  I’ll respond within two business days!

If you want to make some changes, send your edited logline back to me for two more rounds of suggestions at no additional charge.

*Rush service can be added to any package for an additional $10.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Why do I suck at loglines?

You are not alone! It’s much easier for an outsider to pinpoint what your story’s about. When it’s your story, you’re all caught up in the details like “but I don’t want to give away that part!” or “but it’s about so much more than that!” etc, etc. Writing great loglines takes years of practice.

How do I know you won’t steal my screenplay idea?

You’ll just have to have a little faith. Ideas are not copyright-able, and people write similar script ideas all the time in Hollywood. I’ve got my own script ideas — I’m really not interested in taking yours.

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