The Lovaganza Foundation has finally begun shooting the trilogy that it hopes will form the basis of the work it hopes to complete in a bid to bring a better quality of life to the people of the world beginning with children in all areas of the Earth. There is much to appreciate in the way the Lovaganza Foundation is hoping to change the planet for the better, including the fact the foundation is hoping to use the profits from the movies it produces to fund existing programs that should assist in achieving the aims of those who established Lovaganza; the foundation has laid down the areas of life it hopes to assist young people in improving, including better access to clean water and living in a peaceful environment.
In order to achieve these aims the Lovaganza Foundation is working on a trilogy of movies that will be shot simultaneously that tells the story of a priest who is looking to bring a message of love and happiness to the world. The trilogy produced by the foundation will be known as the “Lovaganza Convoy” and will begin with “Follow Your Sunshine” at https://vimeo.com/lovaganza. The first movie will introduce the characters who will have their story expanded upon in “The Prophecy”, a movie that is being shot with French model and actress Marie Ange Casta in a leading role.
These three blockbuster movies are described by writer and director J.F. Gagnon as being created in a classic Hollywood style that will reflect the golden age of movie production when traditional moral values were an important part of the studio system. The makers of the “Lovaganza Convoy” believe the values of the movies produced should be reflective of the aims the foundation has for the future; the story will pit a band of friends from a traveling show against a secretive organization determined to stop the message of love and peace from making its way to the wider world.
The production of the “Lovaganza Convoy” has already begun to make its way around the world and has been bringing some of the most respected technicians in the industry together in a bid to help children through the Lovaganza entertainment offerings on Facebook. The small community of Frigiliana, Spain is one of those communities that has already been home to filming and seen a boost to the local economy of over $30,000 as the production passed through the town and filmed some scenes.