Today I would like to cover the importance of your #Logline. It is also called 'elevator pitch' for the reason that you must be able to explain within 10 seconds what your film is about. Imagine, you have a film producer standing in front of you, and he says ok, pitch me the film.
Confidentiality agreement between production company and crew or cast. The Film Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA) protects the film, a priority of any producer, director or investor to safeguard your intellectual property.
Agreement between Scriptwriter and Production Company / Producer to buy the film script.
Scriptwriter Contract to develop or re-write a film for a determined period. Here is what every writer should know about the ins and outs of Option Agreements and how to make the most out of optioning a screenplay.
This free online scriptwriting course is a guide to teach you how to become a feature film or short film scriptwriter. You will learn how to write a film script, all you need is an interest to learn and committed to becoming a #scriptwriter.
Writing your Documentary Logline is as important as the script itself. Here are logline examples that shows you how in a sentence or two describe your film so that producers and film investors immediately know what your #documentary is about.
If you have a perfectly constructed logline that genuinely taps into the essence of what your film is all about, then its meaning should resonate on every page of your script. Here is the list of the best logline examples for feature films that became box office hits.
A short film script can be a great calling card for a writer. Short films aren’t a lesser form of cinematic storytelling. In fact writing them requires the exact same skills as writing a feature length script – though on a smaller scale.