What has been described as “The Mother of all Foundations’’ is the vision and dream of founders Genevieve Gagnon and J.F. Gagnon. This is a foundation whose set goal is bringing a Universal Quality of Life for all of Humanity. The founders believe it is possible to realize this through empowering, uniting, and inspiring global organizations and foundations of a similar spirit that embrace similar goals.
The Lovaganza Foundation is extending an invitation to all beginning May to September 2020 to join them on the greatest global celebrations ever seen, simultaneously uniting Europe, America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Oceania with a series of groundbreaking entertainment that are going to be presented in spectacular form.
The Genesis of the Non-Profit Organization
The Lovaganza Foundation was inspired by the projects of the Lovaganza Entertainment Franchise. The Foundation is a unique mixing of extraordinary productions which are designed to simultaneously provoke and generate funds for the Foundation’s campaigns, research, and programs through inspiring documentaries. These worldwide events will generate visibility and opportunities to guide, empower, and fund other organizations and foundations.
Realizing the Foundation’s Milestone #1
Over the upcoming years, the different Lovaganza headquarters on each continent (known as Lovaganza Centers) will be researching and studying the situation of children across all nations globally. This is because it is vital to understand the current situation globally and where we stand of now in terms of the goal. Only then will it be possible to propose a vision that is better of what needs to be realized for the achievement of milestone #1.
Research on the quality of life of children begins this year. By the year 2022, all the goals to be attained by each country will be monitored in all the 8 major word regions by the Lovaganza Foundation centers. By 2025, it is believed that the Foundation will be having the support of all world countries and in place will be an official global treaty.
Between the years 2025 and 2035 all world countries will be working jointly to realize all the set 6 goals ahead of December 31st, 2035. The Foundation believes that when we stand united, it is possible to realize the historic Milestone #1 of the Foundation by 2035: A Universal Quality of Life for EVERY CHILD ON EARTH.
Some of the highlights of past and scheduled activities and events include:
Lovaganza Convoy Trilogy
The Foundation is pleased to make public that THE LOVAGANZA CONVOY trilogy is now going to be shot using the highly advanced Super Panavision anamorphic 2.76 screen ratio. This is the same technology that was employed in shooting such epic movies like Ben-Hur. This is certainly going to be one big step!
Frigiliana gets Movie Boost
Released in September 2015, THE LOVAGANZA CONVOY is the first part of movie trilogy. French directors JF Gagnon and Genevieve assembled a team of 50 persons into the small Spanish town of Frigiliana and 25 extras were selected amongst locals. The film brought the town a touch of nostalgia, evoking memories of by- gone eras as actors wearing period costume strolled down through the traffic-free streets.
According to Maria Jose Caravaca, the Town’s Head of Tourism the production impact was very beneficial to the town. During the filming, the Frigiliana’s coffers got a boost of €33,000 in total.
Cannes Festival Exhibition: Lovaganza Lova World Images
In May 2013, over 300 people turned up in supporting Lovaganza’s Lova World Images during Cannes to admire the photography works of globally acknowledged artists like Kristian Schmidt, Julian Lennon, and Nick Rhodes.
Sales from the exhibition were donated to the Foundation, The Princess Charlene of Monaco LA’s Promise Foundation, and the White Feather Foundation. The Princess Charlene of Monaco was present at the event.
Emmy Award Winner Patrick Sullivan and Oscar Nominee James Murakami Join the Convoy Team
In 2014, two notable professionals in the film industry joined the Lovaganza cause. Known for his Emmy Award winning Set Designer, Patrick M. Sullivan Jr. is an American famed for his classic works Men in Black shot in 1997, Memoirs of a Geisha shot in 2005, Man of Steel, done in 2013, and more recently the 2016 Independent Day: Resurgence.
James J. Murakami is known for Apocalypse Now, shot in 1979, Unforgiven (1992), Groundhog Day, done in 1993, and recently American Sniper shot in 2015. He has won American Oscar nominations for these works.
In due time…
The Lovaganza Foundation is not scheduled to become fully operational prior to finalizing the process of registration, so they are not accepting donations. However, Lovaganza Entertainment continues to produce and the profits will continue supporting organizations and foundations that have objectives that are aligned with the goal of offering every child on our earth a universal quality of life and for all of humanity by the year 2050. Keep your eyes out for the official launch of the Lovaganza Foundation!