Tell Me More: Develop a Film Concept that Gets People Interested

Rowan Hand, Head Coach, Your GMAT Coach

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4 Videos (1h 31m)
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About This Class

Is your film's concept rock solid? The majority of unsuccessful screenplays actually fail at their most basic: the concept.

The concept is useful not just as a sales tool; if a film has a good, strong concept, writing a full screenplay becomes a breeze. Good concept invites the continuation of a story, giving you a perfect jumping-off point or tightening the story that you already have.

Learn how to build and workshop a solid concept by reviewing the core ideas inherent in any successful film concept and build your own 25-word logline to showcase your brilliant cinematic idea!

7 of 7 students recommendSee All

Nice clear class about how to write a logline for your screenplay/film project. It is also tells you a little about the concepts you need to have/think about in your project.





Rowan Hand

Head Coach, Your GMAT Coach

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