@jobellew Thanks Jo! Just my typical FOMO 🙂 I have the Logline Checklist. 🙂
Jo replied to the topic THE E-BOOK SAYS YOU FIRST WRITE A LOGLINE, BUT THE HOMEWORK STATES FIRST SYNOPSIS THEN LOGLINE? in the forum Forum: Osmosis 6 months ago
Don’t fret. You haven’t missed anything. I think the reference is to Karel’s eBook that is available for purchase. As far as I am aware there is only the Logline Checklist that’s provided for the students (which is found in the Osmosis module of course)… https://cl.ly/2n3L0g35051Y
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Jo replied to the topic THE E-BOOK SAYS YOU FIRST WRITE A LOGLINE, BUT THE HOMEWORK STATES FIRST SYNOPSI in the forum Forum: Osmosis 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Agreed Mukul. What I have found I personally do is, I get the general idea down, sometimes in a dot point form. Once it looks like a concept that has potential, I do the first draft of the logline, then form the synopsis from the logline. Annnndddd…Then I go back to the logline…And back again…And back again..! 😀
Q: Do you need to upload your handwritten transcription (Fountain Syntax) work to Karel?
A: All you are required to do is to sporadically take photos of your handwritten (or typed) transcription and upload it to this Facebook page.
We’d all love to see your hard work! Have fun with it!
Q: Should I copy the script format exactly as I see it on the page?
A: No. The Fountain syntax is more hand-writing friendly. So there is no need to copy the exact format visually as you see it on the script page. But you need to stick to the exact rules of Fountain (should you hand-write).
I hope you can all make it to Karel’s webinar this weekend. Loglines are SO important to keep your own writing intact and in marketing your screenplay. This is FREE advice from an expert. Don’t miss it beautiful writers.
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