HQGE’s Big M Entertainment Pictures is Busier Than Ever as It Pioneers Innovative Filmmaking Strategies for COVID Era
LOS ANGELES, CA, July 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE ‒ HQ Global Education, Inc. (OTC: HQGE) announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary, Big M Entertainment Pictures, remains busier than ever by creating and employing innovative strategies and technologies specifically adapted for maintaining production during the current pandemic. Over that past few months, Big M Entertainment has been able to not only sustain its already ambitious production schedule, but to actually expand it. Importantly, it has done this while continuing to follow all governmental and regulatory safety guidelines for all cast, crew, and staff.
HQGE CEO Daniel Gallardo Wagner commented, “Our Big M Entertainment subsidiary is currently experiencing a flurry of activity, with seven major projects in various stages of development in addition to a fluctuating number of ongoing smaller side projects. We consider this a remarkable achievement in light of the current environment and the devastating effects it has had on the entertainment industry at large. Fortunately, we were “ahead of the curve” and had already shifted our focus to the entertainment industry, and specifically to Big M Entertainment’s unique approach to independent filmmaking and streaming media, just before the pandemic exploded here in the U.S. We believe we’re in exactly the right place at the right time.”
Big M Entertainment has recently completed post-production on its eco-documentary “Trees” and negotiations are underway with multiple interested distributors of various size and scope. Its supernatural horror film “Captured” is currently deep in production and barring any unexpected contingencies, filming will wrap within the next two weeks and post-production will be completed by Fall 2020. Pre-production is moving forward rapidly on another feature film “Rosamond”, and two more films, “Avenue M” and “Trailer” are fully scripted and ready to move into development within the next few months. In addition, the company also controls Intellectual Property rights to two “Class A” film projects about which they are currently in discussions with major studios regarding potential big budget productions.