Get Real USA (GTRL) Achieves Key Milestones Towards Building a Vertically Integrated Movie Production, Distribution and Finance Company Get Real USA (GTRL.PK) has assembled a distinguished team of movie business veterans and developed a pipeline of significant new opportunities; these milestones will enable GTRL to become a fully integrated producer, distributor and financer of high quality low-budget movies.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Get Real USA, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GTRL) announced significant inroads towards achieving their ultimate goal of becoming a vertically integrated movie producer, distributor and financer.
Frank Weber, President and CEO of Get Real USA said, "Our goal is to fill the market void in getting high quality low-budget films financed, produced and distributed. We believe this direction will be extremely profitable for GTRL, given the seemingly insatiable appetite for new video content worldwide."
Recent milestones include recruiting the following distinguished members of the advisory board:
- Dean Wright, an award winning special effects supervisor; has work on such blockbusters as Titanic and Lord Of The Rings. Mr. Wright recently made his directorial debut with "For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada", starring Andy Garcia and Eva Longoria; the largest ever Mexican produced feature film. GTRL plans to utilize Mr. Wright's extensive knowledge as the company moves into a higher echelon of film making.
- Gregory Walker, who manages a film tax credit fund and has produced, executive produced and provided tax credit finance solutions for over 55 movies. Some of his extensive credits include; Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning starring Jean-Claude Van Damme, Flypaper starring Patrick Dempsey and Ashley Judd, El Gringo starring Christian Slater and Arena starring Samuel L. Jackson.
The Company has also inked strategic distribution deals recently, like: "The Message, an award-winning thriller co-written, produced and directed by Thomas Clay.
This movie stars Erica Leerhsen, who was in films such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre, as a young wife and mother who is challenged to overcome her passive beliefs on religion after a serious car accident.
"This business relies heavily on people, expertise and perhaps most importantly, relationships," continued Mr. Weber. "We feel with the team we've developed, and will continue to build, we've got everything we'll need to realize our goals."
About Get Real USA, Inc.:
Get Real USA, Inc. (GTRL.PK) is in the business of producing, distributing and financing low-budget, high quality genre pictures using recognizable name talent.
GTRL's business strategy is to work with highly skilled producers and directors who also offer fierce attention to risk assessment and cost management.
The Company's goal is to create a strong production and distribution pipeline while taking advantage of new technologies, production efficiencies and value-added enhancements such as innovative and edgy marketing strategies.
For more information visit the Company's websites: www.GetRealMovies.com
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