I remember dancing out of the theater after 'Flashdance'. I want today's audience to experience that beautiful, innocent freedom. I think that feeling is love.
Los Angeles, Ca (PRWEB) February 04, 2014
'Is It Love?', the stage musical written and directed by Darron Morris is being adapted as the next film project for Mogul Films. 'Is It Love?' centers around inhabitants of a diverse communal world, struggling to interpret and express love.
"Love is universal, of course", states the film's producer, Darron Morris. "However, in movies, it's presented in more abstract terms, less substantive than it really is. Love hits like a shot, break-ups devastate. It runs through your fingers as thick as molasses. And, it can give you the power to conquer all. Our goal is to leave the audience loving love. The good and the not-so good.
Mogul Films is currently in pre-production of the Japanese television series 'America Loves... Japan!'. This is the first TV series produced by the company and is the first in the 'America Loves...' series of international productions being co-produced with Japanese, Korean and Chinese television production companies.
For more information on Mogul Films and to download or purchase Mogul’s most recent project, An Incident in San Ysidro, visit http://www.mogulswag.com.
About Mogul Films:
Independent motion picture production company Mogul Films was founded in 1998 as Vision Filmworks in Los Angeles California by founder Darron Morris.
The company’s first production was the feature, Sweating the Small Stuff, starring Kathleen Luong (Two Day in the Valley) and Darron Morris, with a cameo from Walter Jones (Mighty Morphine Power Rangers). The movie was filmed in January 1999 in 16mm, in just one week. Sweating the Small Stuff was shot for $1,000 and filmed in the Los Angeles-area (permit-free).
Mogul Films new film An Incident in San Ysidro is now available for download, streaming and on DVD. For more information visit http://www.mogulfilms.com.