Composer Laura Karpman (UndergroundStep, Set It Up, Taken, Black Nativity) is reteaming with director Eleanor Coppola on the upcoming romantic comedy drama Love is Love is Love. The film stars Maya Kazan, Joanne Whalley, Chris Messina, Kathy Baker, Marshall Bell, Cybill Shepherd, Rita Wilson, Rosanna Arquette, Polly Draper, Alyson Reed, Valarie Pettiford, Elea Oberon and Nancy Carlin. The movie tells three different stories, including a tale of a married couple that finds an unconventional way to transcend long distance through technology, another couple that tries to reignite their honeymoon-phase heat through a spontaneous sailing trip and a third about a disparate group brought through tragic loss for a memorial meal. Coppola also co-wrote the screenplay with Karen Leigh Hopkins (Stepmom, Because I Said So). Anahid Nazarian is producing the project. Karpman has previously scored Coppola’s feature directorial debut Paris Can Wait in 2016. Love is Love is Love is expected to premiere later this year.

As previously reported, Karpman also has the romantic comedy Senior Moment coming up. The composer has also recently scored the upcoming documentary Pray Away directed by Kristine Stolakis with Nora Kroll-Rosenbaum. The movie, which tells story of the history and continuation of the “pray the gay away” or ex-gay movement, is also expected to premiere later this year.