Out of Character is a feature-length film that documents a fictional-fantasy, action-adventure story. 

Out of Character is a feature-length film that documents a fictional fantasy, action-adventure story. 

It’s a movie about everyday people who get the unique opportunity to take their casual escapism to a whole new level. The story centers around six seemingly ordinary people who engage in an app game called RPGeo on their phones whenever they can during the busyness of their daily lives. While playing, they get to assume characters and face challenges in well-crafted fantasy storylines. 

The company and creators are introducing a brand-new, real-life version of their hit game RPGeo by hosting a live event that will be streamed worldwide. These six-average people, our story’s heroes, have been selected at random to be participants in this major, once in a lifetime event. 

If they accept, these characters will assume their in-game identities and embark on a five-day journey bristling with mystery and betrayal. If they prevail as a team, they will win $100,000 and become the first real-life, RPGeo game champions. The film Out of Character will document the entire experience.

“The ones who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones that do.”

The film Out of Character is a project that represents the power of collaborative imagination and intends to shine a light on the unique combination of art, L.A.R.P. and the Eastern Oregon community.

Live Action Role Play, commonly referred to as L.A.R.P.,  is an interactive experience where the participants create and act out dramatic sequences in character. It’s a unique blend of improvisational acting, gaming, and fantasy.
This project has the unique opportunity to showcase a wide variety of local artistic talent along with the natural beauty that this region has to offer. Blending multiple film techniques and styles, Out of Character documents an event that could be, in a world that may be, for an audience that will be.