MOUNT KISCO, N.Y., Sept. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- All For One Media Corp. (AFOM-OTCQB) has completed Principal Photography on their first major motion picture the Musical Dramedy "Crazy for the Boys" on location in Savannah, Georgia. The Company is planning on a major theatrical release over Spring Break 2018. An earlier report mistakenly stated the Company was planning a release in 2019. AFOM's business model is based on the convergence of music and movies for the first generation of youth to never know a world without the internet. Our girl group will be the first group in history launched by a movie, that introduces the five unique characters and their music to the world.
All For One Media will begin releasing the music and videos that encompass the Soundtrack as well as Drama Drama's debut album in January 2018.
All For One Media Corp., President Brian Lukow stated, "Getting the movie in the can is a tremendous accomplishment that started with a massive multi city casting call almost a year ago. After identifying five incredible triple threat talents, we spent several months surrounding the girls with an amazing creative team of Choreographers, Vocal Coaches, Music Producers and Stylists. As we enter Post Production, we are confident we will deliver a movie that will resonate with millennials in the United States and throughout the world where there is an insatiable appetite for American Pop culture."
Crazy for the Boys is the perfect "coming of age" dramedy completely capturing the nuances of High School: teen angst, unrequited love, the mean popular girl, and peer pressure making it destined to become an essential part of pop culture for generations to come. The Movie is also based on an Anti-Bullying theme and explores the Bullying epidemic in an entertaining way in the plot of the film and in several of the songs.
AFOM believes the landscape has never been more fertile to a major new branded entertainment property. The maturity of social media has made it easier and more cost effective to reach tweens globally. This titanic demographic shift has created the perfect storm; the world has gotten smaller as the market has gotten bigger. Once again, and arguably more than ever, content is king.
The Company hopes to generate revenues from multiple sources including: domestic and International film distribution, video on demand, cable, pay TV and network rights, DVD and Blu-ray, corporate sponsorship, product placement, music publishing, live performance, retail and concert merchandise, music soundtracks, streaming music and videos, music downloads, third party music licenses, ad driven videos, Crazy for the Boys script licenses, spin offs and sequels.
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