When a sleepy suburb is rocked by a series of hate crimes and the emergence of the KKK, a group of teenagers decide to become costumed vigilantes to combat the costumed villains. Real Life Media has a one on one sit down interview with Producer/Writer/Director Matthew Rocca.
Get excited, this upcoming film is called “Neighborhood Watch” and it is an engaging story of "a sleepy suburb is rocked by a series of hate crimes and the emergence of the KKK, a group of teenagers decide to become costumed vigilantes to combat the costumed villains."
Mathew Rocca is the writer, director, and one of the producers of the film. This is his passion project and has arrived at peak time, finally here.
As the children figure out what defeats the KKK, they become costumed vigilantes, facing up to the racist organization. Rocca finds his role in bringing this story to life by working with Producer Matt Stoner, Co-Producer Gerren Hall and Jay Powell, creative producer and social media manager.
He has an idea that taps into a plausible realistic story but says that we have to wait until the film is finished.
The Film Revolution is incredible that serves purpose of this film.
"shooting on super 16mm film gives the film it's timeless quality that differentiates it from most movies today, which are shot digitally", said Rocca.
It gives a timeless feeling to the aesthetic of it. Thus, being timeless means that you can watch this film anytime.
There are six main characters in the flick.
- Graham, is coined as the idealist and who wants to be an actor/filmmaker.
- Stacy is the social justice warrior activist taking a stand against hate crimes.
- Gwen is a costume designer for kids movies and friend.
- Nathaniel, from the suburbs, is a black young man and Graham’s best friend who deals with approach by the KKK.
The Grand Giant is the leader of the KKK is the Antagonist.
The Professor is the acentric mentor who comes at the right time, when the KKK is doing crime. His believes his comic book tales foretell what is what happening in current America.
Rocca’s last feature film was shot and estimated around $7,000. This film was looking at a budget closer to $50,000, however "when Matt Stoner took a look at this film, he suggested that a script like this deserved a bigger budget. Now Rocca is in talks with financiers who are projecting the budget in the millions.
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