IMLC Quarterly Logline Contest

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See how your movie logline stacks up against your peers'

(P.S. You can't vote if you don't play)

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
SUMMER 2015 CONTEST WINNER

John Bounds

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A man falls for a woman who asks him to save her
from her abusive husband, then discovers
he must survive their deadly game.

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THIS IS THE FINAL CONTEST

Thanks to all who have participated over the years.
MONTHLY
WINNER
ANNOUNCED
HERE
AND
ON

TWITTER

This is a FREE contest, judged by the entrants.  

The best reason to enter is for fun and to give yourself insight into a producer's perspective.
There are prizes (see below), which are fabulous, but the main thing is to learn to criticize
loglines as a reader or someone looking to make a movie, rather than as a writer.

When you vote, ask yourself this question:

If these loglines were a stack of scripts,
which one would I read first?


HOW IT WORKS
  • One logline per person.
  • Your logline does not have to be for a completed script.
  • You can only view entries and vote if you are in that month's
    contest.
  • You can only vote for one logline.
  • If you vote for yourself, it will be discarded.
  • Voting takes place from the 26th to the end of the deadline month.
  • In case of a tie, there will be a 24 hour sudden death face off.
  • Entries that contain obscene language or are nonsense will be
    discarded.
  • All entries except the winner will be removed from our database
    when each contest is over.
THE PRIZES

These prizes are offered to winners but you should make your own
decision as to whether or which ones to use.

1. Winner announced and logline posted on this website and (NEW) on ISA.com as a Success Story.

2. Logline tweeted to followers of Loglinecreator on Twitter and emailed to IMLC mailing list.

3. Free evaluation of the marketing potential of your logline by the man
Creative Screenwriting magazine called "the Dr. Phil of script analysts."

4. 50% off script consulting fee from produced screenwriter Mike Hartig.
He gives an unprecedented 2 rewrite reads for the same price.

5. Free copy of Chris Soth's ebook, MILLION DOLLAR SCREENWRITING, The Mini-Movie Method.


TO ENTER


Complete the following fields to enter.

Your email: 

Your email will be used to give you access to the voting page, notify you when the voting starts and to announce the winning entry.

Check here if you want to receive future emails as well. If unchecked, we will lose your address when the contest is over.

Enter your logline in the space below.
YOUR LOGLINE UST BE 140 CHARACTERS OR LESS, INCLUDING SPACES to fit on Twitter.
Use Word to check the word count before posting. You want to be able to remember
it without stumbling when you're on an elevatore with a big Hollywood producer!

Remember: "Less is more."

You can change your entry by resubmitting up until midnight on the 25th of the month.




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