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Fixing Fae Problems

-Unless it’s a biopic and the protagonists/villans are well-known people, don’t include character names in your logline.
-Give us the concept, aka the PROMISE OF THE PREMISE! Not the plot points.
-Intriguing, but vague is good. Convoluted is not.

“A [DESCRIPTIVE ADJ] [MAIN CHARACTER(S)’ PROFESSION] must [DO SOMETHING ANTITHETICAL TO THEIR NATURE] in order to [SOLVE A BIG PROBLEM].”

“A [young, female] [F.B.I. agent] must [rely on the help of an incarcerated and manipulative murderer] to [catch a like-minded serial killer before he strikes again].”

Fixing Fae Problems

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-Unless it’s a biopic and the protagonists/villans are well-known people, don’t include character names in your logline.
-Give us the concept, aka the PROMISE OF THE PREMISE! Not the plot points.
-Intriguing, but vague is good. Convoluted is not.

“A [DESCRIPTIVE ADJ] [MAIN CHARACTER(S)’ PROFESSION] must [DO SOMETHING ANTITHETICAL TO THEIR NATURE] in order to [SOLVE A BIG PROBLEM].”

“A [young, female] [F.B.I. agent] must [rely on the help of an incarcerated and manipulative murderer] to [catch a like-minded serial killer before he strikes again].”

-Unless it’s a biopic and the protagonists/villans are well-known people, don’t include character names in your logline.
-Give us the concept, aka the PROMISE OF THE PREMISE! Not the plot points.
-Intriguing, but vague is good. Convoluted is not.

“A [DESCRIPTIVE ADJ] [MAIN CHARACTER(S)’ PROFESSION] must [DO SOMETHING ANTITHETICAL TO THEIR NATURE] in order to [SOLVE A BIG PROBLEM].”

“A [young, female] [F.B.I. agent] must [rely on the help of an incarcerated and manipulative murderer] to [catch a like-minded serial killer before he strikes again].”