Felicity Wren & Max Timm • March 6, 2019
How important is your logline? Max and Felicity propose that it might be one of the most important elements in your project's overall package. It's not just a presentational piece to help sell your project, but a developmental tool that helps you confirm whether or not your concept has legs. With the help from our sponsors, The Story Farm and Table Read My Screenplay, the ISA brings you another episode of Wine Wednesday, and creative advice on how to further your screenwriting career.
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