The 8 C’s of Plot

Plotlines vs Loglines

As we discussed last week, plotlines and loglines are different.

Loglines are selling tools designed to excite an audience. Plotlines are designed to help you, the writer, clearly understand the beginning, middle and end of your script.

A good plotline will distill the essential dramatic elements of your script down to their core and express them in a clear…

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