Recently, I took this video of a monarch butterfly emerging from its chrysalis. It’s an amazing look at one of the coolest things in nature. Best watched in HD!
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Last week in our ongoing discussion of loglines, we looked at how to use conflict. This time, we’re going to look at the more subtle art of including irony in a logline. Irony is a very valuable commodity in a … Read More
Ladies and gentlemen, here it is! Our short film A House for Marge is finally online for viewing! The screenplay was written by Aubrey Hansen and the music was composed by Rick Holets. Enjoy! By the way, Rick Holets has released … Read More
Throughout this series on writing loglines, I’ve danced around the idea that a good logline contains conflict and irony. I’ve even given you plenty of examples that contain one or both. But I haven’t talked specifically about how each works. … Read More
It’s time once again to explore the craft of writing a great logline. This week, we’re going to look at what a good adjective does to a logline. Let’s take some rather bland Hollywood movie loglines and see what we … Read More