LAB: the logline

A Two Hour Lab with Screenwriter Max Adams:

 

OCTOBER 2 LAB:

LAB SUBJECT: The Logline
LAB DATE: 10.02.21
LAB TIME: 7 PM EST
LAB FEE: $59.00 ||
LAB LOCATION: The is an online Zoom lab

OCTOBER 9 LAB:

LAB SUBJECT: The Logline
LAB DATE: 10.09.21
LAB TIME: 9 PM EST
LAB FEE: $59.00 ||
LAB LOCATION: The is an online Zoom lab

Schedule:

FIRST HOUR: 45 Minute Lecture & Presentation from Max Adams & 15 Minute Break
SECOND HOUR: Analysis & Review of Example Loglines & Attendee’s Pre-Submitted Loglines
*Optional Half Hour Q&A with Max Adams to Follow

 

AFTER REGISTRATION —

You will receive your Zoom dits in email the Friday prior to your zoom lab date. Please white list theafw.com email to make sure you receive your confirmation email and lab dits — and please register before the Friday prior to your lab. We do not want to be flinging email back and forth the day of the lab and will not be accepting new registrations in the hour immediately preceding the lab and mid-presentation.

 

IF YOU WOULD LIKE —

Max to include your logline with logline examples we work with in the lab, please pre-submit your logline  to contact@theafw.com with the subject line “October Lab Logline” — you must be registered with the lab to submit & we can’t include all submitted loglines but we will try.

 

WE WILL BE COVERING:
  • The five core building blocks of a logline that must be included to impart concept to industry professionals
  • The two logline concept models: plot driven concepts & situation driven concepts
  • Additional building blocks — and when & why to use them
  • Why metaphor is not your logline’s friend 
  • Why adjectives are not your logline’s friend
  • Language that supports tone & concept
  • Burying the lead — don’t!
  • Bringing genre home
  • Using title for impact
  • Mental real estate & how to use it
  • Location specifics & how to use them
  • Time period specifics & how to use them
  • Big ticket story elements  
  • And more —

 

YOU WILL TAKE AWAY:
  • An understanding of the core elements every industry professional being pitched must get in a logline in order to consider and/or champion a story and concept — and the knowledge needed to put those pieces together for the fast pitch, the long pitch, and the query pitch when reaching out to and pitching industry professionals.
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If you cannot attend the September 25 logline lab, do not despair, we plan to offer the logline lab again. Send us email to be placed on the logline lab waiting list.

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