Excitement has been growing for “The Lovaganza Convoy” since the foundation announced the release of an initial trilogy of films and an animated series that will explain the backstory of the film series. The lofty goals of the Lovaganza Foundation have attracted many of the top technicians in the world to the trilogy of films and the major global event that will take place in 2020 to promote cultural understanding across the globe; the use of Abbey Road Studios and top arranger Chris Elliot adds another element of professionalism and skill to what should be one of the biggest movie franchises of the 21st century.
“The Lovaganza Convoy” will be released in the buildup to the 2020 event as a way of promoting global peace and understanding for many different cultures that we may not be familiar with. The story of the “Convoy” begins in the movie, “Follow Your Sunshine” that explores the journey of a reporter who becomes intrigued by a traveling show that passes through his city; over the course of the the movie a former priest also comes into contact with the traveling show as he looks to explain his own theory of personal happiness. The “Convoy” also brings a dark, shadowy force to the viewer that is looking to keep the secrets of the planet under wraps for the future.
The production of “The Marvelous 12” and “The Lovaganza Convoy” has taken the production team headed by J.F. and Genevieve Gagnon around the world to create an entertainment experience in the traditions of the golden age of the Hollywood studio system. After writing the musical score for “The Marvelous 12” for Lovaganza J.F. and Genevieve Gagnon looked for an iconic recording location and found none better than the iconic Abbey Road Recording Studios that has been the home to recording sessions by The Beatles and many of the world’s top recording artists. In a bid to make sure the music for the animated series that will explain the backstory of the Lovaganza trilogy was created in the perfect way arranger Chris Elliot was brought in to provide his skills, which have won awards for movies and artists for more than two decades.
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