AFP Entry Information

To Enter

Adrenaline Film Project logoEach team of three must submit the following by Monday, March 9, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.:

  1. Official Submission Form (available below)
  2. Short film directed by one of your team members
  3. $30 Application Fee (due when you complete the online submission form below)

Please be advised that the submission fees are non-refundable. Once accepted into the program, each selected team will be required to enroll in either the UO Academic Extension Non-Credit Workshop or the For-Credit course.  ALL applicants must submit a Participant’s Agreement Form if chosen.

Films submitted should be no longer than 10 minutes, and narrative films are preferable (given the narrative focus of the Project).  Please consider shortening the URL by using a common URL shortener like (

The Documents

Please review Official Rules before applying.

AFP 2015 Official Rules

AFP 2015 Online Entry Form

Participation Fee Options

In recognition of the hands-on learning gained through the mentorship process, as well as the time and effort required of participants, we have worked with the School of Architecture and Allied Arts and Academic Extension to give AFP participants the option of earning 3 UO credits upon completion of the Adrenaline Film Project.

Participants now have two options on how they wish to submit their participation fee. All fees are on an individual basis; each team member can decide their own preference. If a member fails to submit their participation fee by the deadline, they forfeit their chances at competing in AFP and the next team in waiting will take their place.
Option 1: UO Academic Extension non-credit workshop, $30 per member
Option 2: AAA 410/510 Adrenaline Film Project. Please see course description below for more details.
AAA 410/510, Adrenaline Film Project, CRN 39634/39635, is a three-credit class open to participants in Cinema Pacific’s Adrenaline Film Project (/adrenaline-film-project)

After completing the Adrenaline Film Project on Monday, April 27, students will have one week to write a 4- to 5- page essay reflecting on the project. After submitting the paper, students will meet individually with the instructor for an oral exit interview where they will discuss what they learned as participants in a filmmaking project that combines hands-on experience, guidance by industry professionals, and a screening of their final product by an audience. After reflecting on what they would have done differently during the competition, students will choose between three options for their final project, including the option to re-edit their film footage. The final project is due Friday, June 5 by 5pm. Those selected to participate in AFP must register in either the credit course (Option 2) or the non-credit workshop (Option 1) to take part in the Adrenaline Film Project.

Participation in AAA 410/510 is not limited to University of Oregon students; Non-UO students and community members can take the academic credit through Academic Extension as well. All participants in the Adrenaline Film Project can register for AAD 4/510, Adrenaline Film Project, by calling 800-824-2714.

Once the 12 teams have been chosen, links will become available on the AFP website for participants to register online or by phone.

Please speak with your academic advisor to learn about how this credit will apply to your major.

All applicants must be 18 years or older (only exception is high school teams with designated educational mentor)

For More Information


541 346-4231 or 800 824-2714