I recently had the opportunity to read hundreds of loglines for a producer, looking for low-budget, character-driven screenplays. (I no longer do that so please don't send me your logline.) What an eye-opener it was for me as a screenwriter. So many people do not know how to write a strong logline or a decent synopsis. I searched on InkTip, the Black List, Talentville and Moviebytes, searching for award-placing scripts. First loglines are so important. It should tell the reader what the Main Character's flaw is and the perfect challenge to that flaw within the story. It should hint at the moral of the story as well. This is my logline outline, compiled by a friend of mine, that helps finagle out the story: TITLE is a GENRE about a DESCRIPTION OF FLAWED HERO who after EVENT THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING, wants to/must/struggles to OUTER GOAL by PLAN OF ACTION before DIRE THINGS WILL HAPPEN. This becomes increasingly difficult because OBSTACLES & COMPLICATIONS. Hope this helps. What do you all think?