Grand Divisions Production Company Announces Co-Production of Feature Film, What Would Dolly Do?

The Grand Divisions Production Company has partnered with Slide Guy Entertainment and Some Pulp Productions to develop for production What Would Dolly Do? written by Kd Amond & Lulu Marcil and directed by Kd Amond.

A love letter to country music, What Would Dolly Do follows The Gypsy Jo’s: Laney Hitchcock, Sadie Jo Morgan and Rae Lynn White, a female country music trio from the hills of Appalachia.  Bonded by their talent, ambition, love for one another, and not to mention an unfortunate crime of passion they committed, these girls find themselves in a series of situations where they must rely on their wits and the unfailing wisdom of Dolly Parton’s lyrics to solve their problems. While their adventures on the road make for plenty of songwriting material, the law is never far behind as they chase their dream of becoming country music’s next success story.

About the Director


Kd Amond: Director

Kd is first and foremost a storyteller. After graduating from the University of New Orleans with her MFA in film production, she quickly jumped into the film industry. Her pilot, The Woodshed, debuted at the International Television Festival in Los Angeles, where she won Best Director. This project took Kd to several national film festivals. After the festival circuit, Kd formed Some Pulp Productions and began working to create unscripted TV sizzle reels and pitch packages. She took these projects from pre-production through their final edits. She also worked in production for some of Hollywood’s biggest films shot in Louisiana including: Terminator Genisys, The Best of Me, Geostorm, The Big Short, and Fox’s Scream Queens. She has directed and edited regional commercials and several music videos, the latest of which is currently syndicating on CMT, Jeff Bates’ “That Thing We Do.”  

Credits Include: Terminator Genisys, The Big Short, The Free World, The Best of Me, Geostorm, Jeff Bates’ “That Thing We Do”, Renegade West’s “Texas Enough for Me.” The Woodshed, Anderson Bench, Like Son