Come see the results of Eugene's third Adrenaline Film Project. On Wednesday, April 18, several teams of filmmakers will be assigned a genre and given a line of dialogue and prop to be incorporated into their productions. For the next 72 hours, they will pitch, write, shoot, and edit their films, turning them in at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 21. The mentors who guide them through the 72-hour process (Jeff Wadlow, Omar Naim, and Leigh Kilton-Smith) will host the films’ premieres, and the assembled crowd will vote for an Audience Award. A jury of film professionals will also give one film its top prize, the Kalb Award, and the mentors will select a third-prize winner. Following the screening, your ticket will get you into the celebratory Adrenaline After-Party, featuring video projections, music, and refreshments, in the Shedd Great Hall!
For more information on the Adrenaline Film Project, visit the official 2012 Cinema Pacific Film Festival website at http://cinemapacific.uoregon.edu/adrenaline-film-project