We all know what a BLEEP loglines can be. Well, it took me a while but I have come to actually enjoy cracking the logline puzzle. (Don't be mean to me now hahaha ) If you're stuck, feel free to ask for help. Hope y'all are doing okay. --------------------- It is now a month later. I have seen some awesome stuff! But, I have also noticed that people do not read what has been written before, which leads me to repeating things. So I am going to place some logline tips here. 1: Do not use a character's name in a logline. 2: Use one descriptive word to describe your pro. Like "orphan" or "drunk". 3: A logline is one sentence of about 25 to 30 words. 4: Do not use a question in a logline. 5: Show the protagonist's goal. 6: Start a logline with the words "after" or "when" to set of in the right direction. 7: Make clear what obstacle (or who) is in the way of the pro reaching her goal. Logline structure from the "Save the Cat" screenwriting book: "Someone (the protagonist) wants something (the story goal) and goes after it against great odds and/ or obstacles (the antagonist and the conflict)."