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)
    • Lesson 1

      31:27
    • Lesson 2

      16:03
    • Lesson 3

      14:58
    • Lesson 4

      28:05
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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!

9 of 9 students recommendSee All

Well put together and topics are clearly defined. There are plenty of examples as well which gives multiples opportunities to assimilate what the course is about. This is a great short class that explains the right question to ask yourself when coming up with a concept and a story. I believe this can be applied for youtube or short videos as well.
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.

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