It's "Creed" meets "Top Gun," as high school wrestler Chris Torres pursues his dream to fly jets at the U.S. Naval Academy.
He’ll need to win a state championship, while navigating the challenges of his senior year, including his girlfriend going to West Point, a nemesis they call Kid Hulk, and Navy SEAL trainers that stand in his way.
With all the drama and action, will Chris achieve his goal of becoming a Navy fighter pilot?
Filmed on location in the Outer Banks of NC, the movie highlights the beautiful scenery and attractions of the region. The producers utilized local and regional talent for key roles, and the cast includes Terry Schappert, star of the TV Series "Hollywood Weapons, Fact or Fiction," now in its sixth year on the Outdoor Channel.
Inspired by real events, the movie provides powerful messaging, including perseverance, anti-bullying, girl-power, and teamwork. With a rocking soundtrack and authentic wrestling action, it's an inspiring movie the whole family will enjoy.
Filming took place throughout Dare County (Manteo, Nags Head, Kill Devil Hills, Kitty Hawk, Southern Shores) in the Outer Banks of NC. In addition to the beaches and sound-side sunsets, numerous local landmarks are highlighted, including:
We're featuring high energy original music with a driving beat from area musicians to build a unique and modern soundtrack. Film composer Neil Lee Griffin has created the musical score. Check him out here. We have included musical talent such as:
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Call Sign Romeo premiered on Saturday May 14 at RC Theatres Kill Devil Hills Movies 10. You can read the review from the Outer Banks Voice here.
We are pleased that the film has won three awards at the 2022 IndieFEST Film Awards, including an Award of Merit in "Viewer Impact: Entertainment Value", an Award of Merit in "Latin / Hispanic" representation (Executive Producer & Writer Sam Cortez), and an Award of Recognition for "Native American / Aboriginal Peoples" representation (lead actor Chris Ana of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma). Read the article in the Coastland Times here.
The Outer Banks Coastal Life magazine recently highlighted the film in their Fall issue! Read the article here.
Wondering about the difference between "Filmed in the Outer Banks of North Carolina" vs. the Netflix series "Outer Banks"? Check it out here.
Call Sign Romeo has entered into a video on demand distribution agreement with Freestyle Digital Media, with a 4th of July release. Based out of L.A., Freestyle is the digital film distribution division of Allen Media Group, owned and founded by Byron Allen. Call Sign Romeo will be available to rent / own on a multitude of digital media platforms, including iTunes / Apple TV, Amazon, Google Play, and many others; thereby offering an entertaining slice of Americana for the 4th of July holiday!
Call Sign Romeo played throughout the summer at RC Theatres KDH 10, with over 40 screenings. Thank you for all the support!
We are guided by inspirational dramas like Creed and Top Gun, military aspirationals like An Officer and a Gentleman and Annapolis, and reality inspired big challenges like Rudy, McFarland USA, and Miracle.
Congratulations to Army with its 20-17 double overtime victory in the annual Army-Navy game. According to Nielsen Ratings, the CBS broadcast typically averages 8 to 10 million viewers. The next game will be played at Gillette Stadium in New England on December 9, 2023.
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