The Adrenaline Film Project is a 72 hour filmmaking competition where 10 to 12 teams of three filmmakers must write, cast, shoot, edit and screen a film during the Virginia Film Festival. Each phase of production is closely supervised and advised by AFP Mentors. The process will culminate in a competitive screening of the finished films and an award ceremony in front of a live audience at the University of Virginia’s Culbreth Theatre during the Virginia Film Festival weekend.
The 2014 Adrenaline Film Project is part of the VFF’s Community Outreach and Education Program. The Virginia Film Festival’s 2014 Community Outreach and Education Program is generously supported by the Bama Works Fund of Dave Matthews Band in the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation (CACF).
The 2014 Adrenaline Film Project is presented by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Central Virginia and supported by the U.Va. Robertson Media Center, the U.Va. Arts Council, and the Virginia Production Alliance.
Visit our Adrenaline page for more information.