All For One Media Announces Georgia Filming Location, Secures Financing Commitment

0

(Press Release) — All for One Media Corp. has reached an agreement with a Savannah Georgia film studio on financing of Crazy for the Boys, the company’s, tween musical dramedy.

The studio has committed to invest $890,000 in equity into the deal, allowing us to commence pre-production in June. All for One Media and its subsidiary, Crazy for the Boys Movie, LLC are scheduled to initiate two weeks of ‘Boot Camp’ rehearsals followed immediately by Principal Photography beginning in July.

Crazy for the Boys will be produced in Savannah, Georgia at the studios’ main production facility where four feature films were produced in the last year. Savannah, Georgia is one of the most sought after Production Locations due to its charm, beauty, depth of available skilled production crew. In addition, while many of the key roles were cast in New York and Los Angeles through an extensive talent search, Savannah provides access to a superior talent pool of actors and dancers to round out the cast.

The key cast members of Crazy for the Boys are in the process of recording the essential soundtrack for the movie. Last week, the cast recorded the first six songs, produced by multi-platinum producer Jeff Coplan. In addition, the cast has been learning choreography for the film which has been called a Modern Day Grease.

Crazy for the Boys” is a movie based on the fictionalized back-story of the five girls who comprise the group Drama Drama. It is the perfect teen “coming of age” dramedy completely capturing the nuances of High School: teen angst, unrequited love, the mean popular girl, and peer pressure. “Crazy for the Boys” has an anti-bullying theme that will deliver a message that resonates and entertains kids without “preaching.” “Crazy for the Boys” features Drama Drama’s instantly likable pop songs and infectious choreography making it destined to become an essential part of pop culture for generations of teens.

 

Share.

About Author

Leave A Reply