“It’s a romantic comedy about this woman and this man…”
“It’s a thriller about a lobbyist who…”
“It’s a zombie coming-of-age story…”
All loglines should have several things: a conflict, a main character and a genre.
Most screenwriting books will tell you the importance of creating a three-dimensional character and of having a central conflict with high-stakes, and unifying theme as well… They will, however, spend less time focusing on the genre of your story. Here’s why you should explore the genre of your story.
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