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Thank You For Registering

Thank you for registering for the online screenwriting lab The Logline with author and award winning screenwriter Max Adams.

This is a Zoom lab.

JANUARY LAB: 01.08.22 ||
FEBRUARY LAB: 02.05.22
LOCATION: Zoom
TIME: 8 PM EST
DURATION: 2 Hours

The Friday preceding your AFW Zoom lab, we will be emailing you lab login particulars. Please whitelist theafw.com in your mail program to make sure that email does not end up in a spam folder.

Please arrive early — about 5-10 minutes early works — to make sure you do not miss the opening of the presentation. This lab is not currently planned for recording, if you miss it, you miss it.

•FIRST HOUR: 45 Minute Lecture from Max & 15 Minute Break
•SECOND HOUR: Review of attendee’s pre-submitted loglines
•LAST HALF HOUR: Optional Q&A with Max

If you would like your logline to be included in the loglines we evaluate and work with in lab, please pre-submit your logline via email to us at contact@theafw.com with the subject line “Logline Lab Submission”

We cannot review all of the submitted loglines; however, the earlier you submit, the more likely it is your logline will be included in loglines we evaluate and work with in the lab.

We look forward to seeing you at the AFW Zoom lab The Logline.

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*note, after you have taken the lab we would love to hear your thoughts if you have time to stop back in and post a review.

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Mary Albanese
Posted 1 week ago
Nobody does it better

I have done logline workshops and sessions with other people, but Max's logline lab is the best, full stop. If you want your loglines clean and clear, insightful and informative, taking her logline lab will be time very well-spent.

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Ana Maria Montoya
Posted 1 month ago
YOU NEED THIS WORKSHOP

I needed this workshop--as a working, repped screenwriter. Listen, writing a LOGLINE isn't like writing a pilot or screenplay. It utilizes different skills. (You're a SCREENwriter, not a LOGLINEwriter, I'm assuming.) I love how Max breaks down how to write a juicy logline that entices someone to read your script. Make this investment in your career as a gift to yourself and your dreams!

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Jason Wallach
Posted 1 month ago
practical help in formulating effective loglines

I enrolled as the effective formation of powerful and effective loglines was elusive. In the course of the workshop, I had submitted loglines for 3 different screenplays and received significant clarity and adaptation of effective new loglines. Very helpful.

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Maegan Langer
Posted 1 month ago
Loglines aren't scary anymore!

Loglines intimidated me before I took Max's lab. Boiling a hundred or so pages of story down to a single sentence is harder than it looks. Max taught me how to pick out the most important elements and put them together in a way that's clear, concise, and attention-grabbing. This lab gave me the tools to write compelling loglines for any project. Highly recommended!

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Joan Philo
Posted 1 month ago
Mental Real Estate, Wow!

I learned a ton structuring a solid hitting logline from Max. My loglines will never be the same. I walked away with "mental real estate" giddiness and couldn't wait to change another logline I had with an instantly recognizable place/object/personality. Max sizzles!

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