We're going to change up Logline Central a bit this time. Typically, these posts feature a logline posted to Done Deal Pro, which I then analyze (for better or for worse). Many of them are not actually loglines.
Today, though, I ask you to take a look at a recent ScriptShadow special post, which features examples of both good and bad loglines, as well as some helpful instructions on how to craft a successful logline for your script.
As it's said in the post, a logline is the key to getting your script read by a producer or agent or manager. If you don't craft a strong and coherent one (or two) sentence logline, then good luck proving that you've written a 100 page script worth their time.