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July 9, 2012 11:48 AM
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Project of the Day: "The Gossip Queen," A Twisted Prom Musical

Check out this indie film in progress, and potentially vote on it at the end of the week. Is this a movie you'd want to see? Let us know in the comments!

"The Gossip Queen" 

Tweet Sized Logline: 
A dark musical set at prom. Olivia, the class gossip, comes across a juicy story that could ruin her best friend's life.

The Elevator Pitch: 
The Gossip Queen, a musical drama, tells the story of Olivia. Everyone knows her as the biggest gossip in school. The second she arrives at prom, she is approached by students wanting to know more about a rumor involving a girl named Laura. Olivia obliges, but the rumor quickly makes it way back to Laura, who promptly vows revenge.

Maggie, Olivia’s best friend, warns her that maybe she should try to be more discreet. When Olivia leaves the dance for a moment, she sees Maggie’s boyfriend in the throes of cheating. For the first time, she faces a moral dilemma.

Production Team:
Writer/Director: Dominique Lefebvre
Producer: Raghav Tandon
Co-producer: Chris Boyce
Assistant director: Steven Wilsey
Composer: Ryan Miller

About the Production:
The Gossip Queen is a project very near and dear to my heart. Not only is it a musical, a genre that I will always love and be passionate about, but it also deals with subject matter that is deeply personal. I’m known as a loudmouth, an incorrigible gossip, but I’ve still managed to keep my friends despite the derision I occasionally face. But what if things hadn’t turned out well for me? And more importantly, what made me become a Gossip Queen in the first place? These are only some of the questions I am trying to answer.

Current Statis:
Fundraising, pre-production

Indiegogo page:
Campaign has ended

The Gossip Queen Pitch from Dominique Lefebvre on Vimeo.

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