Your Screenplay Sales Tools: Loglines, One Sheets, and Query Letters
This course will provide tips on how to harness your idea and contain it on a single page by learning how to write a One Sheet, as well as how to write a Query Letter to solicit your work. This three-week, intensive workshop will examine the narrative components of a One Sheet, which include: title, concept, logline and writing a 3-paragraph summary (beginning, middle, and end). In short, learn how to pitch your idea with a logline, verbally and with clarity, covering all aspects of your story idea that prospective directors, producers, and agents look for, as well as manage that content in the form of a query letter.
The budget-friendly On Demand option provides our comprehensive course in PDF format, which provides instructions and exercises on specific skills you will need to succeed as a screenwriter.
What You'll Learn:
- How to turn your story idea into a Logline.
- The difference between a logline and short summary.
- The basic fundamentals involved in the construction of a One Sheet.
- To clarify your theme.
- How to write a 3-paragraph summary of your story: (Micro story Vs. Macro story.)
- The skill and practicality of turning your One Sheet into an ‘Elevator Pitch.’
- Tips on how to construct a succinct Query Letter.
Who Should Take This Course:
- Students seeking to understand the fundamentals of creating a powerful Logline and One Sheet and how these materials can be used to construct a succinct Query Letter.
- For any aspiring Writer, Producer, or Director who want to present a polished idea/concept, professionally, with or without the completed script or treatment.
- Writers wanting to learn how to turn their One Sheet into an ‘Elevator Pitch.’
- Writers seeking ways to approach the Query Letter as a valuable tool rather than a burden.
- Date available: 06/23/2014
- Publication date: 06/23/2014
- Return policy: This item is not eligible for return.
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