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National Lampoon's
Girlz Rule Slate of films

Feature   |   English   |  USA 

Production Status:  In Development

Genre:  Comedy

The National Lampoon Company presents the NATIONAL LAMPOON’S GIRLZ RULE (NLGR). These projects highlight women in front and behind the camera by developing scripts written by women scriptwriters with diverse voices: LGBTQ+, women of color (Asian, Black, Indigenous, Latino), all religions, professional or amateur status, any race, ethnicity, country of origin, native language, political orientation, or sexual preference.

NLGR projects are comedies and parodies of every kind that appeal to a wide audience. The scripts NL GIRLZ RULE are intelligent, with cutting-edge wit, combined with some satire. National Lampoon has an illustrious history in the comedy genre beginning with its first film produced in 1978, National Lampoon’s Animal House, one of the most successful comedies ever.

Carol Bidault de l’Isle (“Daliland”) and Jerry Daigle ("Love, Wedding, Marriage" and "Odd Thomas") are set to produce the films.  The scripts were curated through Women in Film & Television United States (wiftus.org) that held a contest to highlight their members projects. 

The final slate of films will be announced at the 2024 Cannes Film Festival. 

Producers: Jerry Daigle, Carol Bidault de l'Isle

 

Duration (in minutes): 90

Budgets: $3 to 5 Million USD (each)

 

FINANCING IN PLACE: 

  • 50% : Producer's  & Investors Investments: 40% equity (In place)

  • 30% Louisiana Tax Credits (25% of Qualifying Expense/40% for Labor)

  • 20%: in Equity (Seeking)

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