How to write a Premise and logline - Screenwriting Course

Emilio Suárez

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14 Videos (35m)
    • Introduction

      1:53
    • Project's first question - Someone

      3:08
    • What is a Story?

      3:33
    • Project's second question - The World

      1:37
    • What is The Truth?

      5:36
    • Project's third question - Believe

      0:56
    • What is a Premise?

      2:25
    • Project's fourth question - Fear

      0:18
    • How to find inspiration for your Premise

      2:41
    • Anecdote

      1:08
    • What is a Logline?

      2:43
    • How to write a Logline?

      4:09
    • Project

      3:17
    • Conclusion

      1:45

About This Class

This online Screenwriting Course will teach you how to write your logline for your next story.

This course is designed to teach you, not only the steps and basics of writing a logline but what is a story and what it means for you and the audience. While there are plenty of video courses, it's hard to find a comprehensive course that teaches you everything you'd want to know about been a writer. 

In this course, you'll learn:

  • What is a story
  • What is the Truth
  • What is a premise
  • How to find inspiration for your premise
  • What is a logline
  • How to write a logline
  • Class excercise

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or a pro. It'ss always great to find new ways to improve our writing.

If you want to learn how to write a screenplay and understand the importance of storytelling, this is the course for you.

Enroll today, and I'll see you in the course.

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Hello, I'm Emilio Suárez and I'm a fellow student and teacher here in Skillshare. I'm from Puerto Rico and have a masters degree in screenwriting from the University of the Sagrado Corazón in P. R.

My interest in teaching screenwriting comes from my curiosity in see how stories work. I've been studying stories for more than 10 years and one thing I can say is that you never finish. Our way to see how the characters move, interact and live changes from story to story. From...

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