adrenaline film project

**CASTING COMPLETE**

Arvold Casting is collaborating with the Virginia Film Festival on its 10th Annual Adrenaline Film Project. Adrenaline is a 72 hour film competition where teams of film-makers compete to write, cast, film, edit, and screen a film in the Virginia Film Festival. Each team will be guided and supervised by Hollywood professional mentors and special guests. Actors will not only be a large part of each team’s project, but also will be up for the BEST ACTOR award on Saturday Night.

ADRENALINE FILM PROJECT
Mentors: Jeff Wadlow, Leigh Kilton-Smith, Derek Sieg

VA Casting Director: Erica Arvold
VA Casting Assistants: Michael Duni, Lanee’ Sanders
Potential Shoot Dates: November 7th, 8th, 9th
Shoot Location: Charlottesville, VA
Pay: Volunteer* (See Below)

HOW TO SUBMIT:
Please send your headshot, résumé, and a link to your work to [email protected]

If you are new to acting, we want to know you too! Please submit a snapshot.
Please also include ALL of the following information at the top of your email submission IN THIS ORDER:

Name:
City and State:
Union Status (SAG-AFTRA or Non-Union):
Height:
Weight:
Age (if under 18, please give exact age):

Home Phone Number:
Cell Phone number:

Confirm FULL AVAIL or explain:
Availability for shoot dates in Charlotteville, VA:

November 7th (Afternoon) FULL AVAIL or explain:

November 8th (All Day) FULL AVAIL or explain:

November 9th (Morning) FULL AVAIL or explain:

Finally, please put the following SUBJECT HEADING for your submission (personalized to YOU):

YOUR FIRST AND LAST NAME, AGE OR AGE RANGE, CURRENT RESIDENCE (CITY, STATE)
For example:
John Smith, 25, Charlottesville, VA

Thanks so much for following our instructions! Submitting does not automatically get you a role in a festival film, but it does get you considered for one. 

*Volunteering has been proven to have many significant health benefits, including: reducing heart rate and blood pressure, aiding in physical mobility, improving your immune system, lessening the risk of depression, increasing release of endorphins, and reducing stress levels. Inter-personal contact, getting up and staying active, and feeling useful and that you’ve helped someone are natural ways to live longer, healthier, fuller lives. So, get out and help your local filmmakers, make some new connections, and have some fun!