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ACTION Films – Read over 200 Action Feature Screenplay Logline/Pitches

Action movies. If you were brought up in my cusp generation X-Y age, you were basically born on action movies. Raiders of the Lost Arc started it all for me. Then I moved to the Schwarzenegger/Stallone years with a mix of Willis. The 90s were the beginning of the CGI generation, which lead to today’s superhero or “I’m a bad guy who does good things” action movie age.

Action films will always be in the mainstream because they cross generations. Even before movies were invented, action/adventure novels were all the rage. Plus, you can argue that Western movies were the action films of their time. We enjoy seeing our main character in an extraordinary situation as they attempt to dispose of the bad people. Or, perhaps we just like seeing things blown up. There are different reasons why we like our action.

On WILDsound’s main platform site, we have a list of over 200 action feature film loglines from a mix of talented writers from all over the world to view:

http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/action_feature_film.html

Some are in text, as others we’ve made into a Video Loglines. Here’s an example video:

VIDEO PITCH: GLOBAL REBOOT Feature Script by Andy Noble

All logline text submissions are FREE. No matter what genre or type.

Submit your FREE Logline today and get it seen by the world.
http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

A great way to increase your presence and get your story out to the world. This network averages over 90,000 unique visitors a day. Your logline will receive their own individual page, and linked from the various outlets on this network where many producers and agents venture. Then we will send you an email when someone is interested and you can go from there.

We will also promote your logline on our Social Network and make sure 100s of people see it right away when it’s up.

Hope to see you submit your free logline today. Just click the click, fill out the form and email it to us and we’ll post it right away.

– Matthew Toffolo

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