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Natasha Adamo and Michael McQueen wrap shooting on Girlfriends

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Girlfriends screenwriter and lead actress Natasha Adamo is proud to announce that she has wrapped shooting her first feature film co-starring Lindsay Taylor. Michael McQueen directed and produced the film under his production company Prevalent.

This is one of two films Adamo and McQueen have teamed up to produce. The second feature film acquired by Prevalent and written by Adamo, Relationsh*t, is currently in pre-production. Girlfriends is currently in post-production and is planning film festival submissions in 2014-2015.

In the vein of a female “Sideways” and “Swingers,” Girlfriends is the ultimate female, road trip buddy comedy. Having both gone through breakups recently, two women head to Santa Barbara for a wild weekend of drinking, dancing and men, but one of them is determined to bump into her ex to win him back.

PREVALENT STUDIOS, INC. also known as “PREVALENT” is a fully integrated, broad-based entertainment company founded by Michael McQueen. Prevalent develops, produces and distributes audio-visual content in a variety of media including feature films, television, digital, music programming, commercials, graphic and interactive entertainment.

If you’d like more information about this movie, or to schedule and interview with Natasha Adamo & Lindsay Taylor please e-mail mmcqueen@prevalentstudios.com

For more info, please visit: http://www.prevalentstudios.com/

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City: Los Angeles
State: California
Country: United States
Website: http://www.prevalentstudios.com/

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