Today’s Feature Screenplay Loglines and Pitches

Read today’s feature script pitches from writers from all over the world. Some of these stories coming to a theater near you.

Do you have a logline pitch? Send it in for FREE to the Logline Festival. Any type or genre:

Read today’s piches:


Written by: Jennifer J.A. Diambrini-Palazzi

Genre: Sci-Fi

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Title: The Singing Tree

Written by: Marilyn Pesola & Peter Moss

Genre: Drama

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Title: Beneath the Basque Beret

Written by: Nicolas Ardanaz

Genre: Drama/History/Action

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Title: Who’s Your Daddy

Written by: Richard Rosenblum

Genre: Crime, Drama, Musical

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Title: Skellem

Written by: N. Robin J Board

Genre: Action Adventure

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Written by: Darryl Greer

Genre: Crime.

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Title: I’m Still Here

Written by: Sean Elwood

Genre: Thriller

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Title: God’s Glass

Written by: Sameer Ketkar

Genre: Drama

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Title: Brownie & Fran

Written by: Arthur S. Brown and Rory Leahy

Genre: Drama, Romance, Political

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Written by: Michael Pallotta

Genre: Supernatural Thriller

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Title: The Contractor

Written by: Berdine LaVoy and Mark McQuown

Genre: Action/Adventure, Crime/Drama, Thriller, Biography

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Title: Allegiances

Written by: Manon Simard

Genre: Epic/Romantic/Drama

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Title: Spirit Guide

Written by: Fathiyah Al-Alawi

Genre: Coming-Of-Age Drama

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