Feature filmmakers ready for local shoot

 A feature film—written, produced and financed by a locally based production company—is gearing up to roll
cameras at numerous locations downtown. Production is expected to last four weeks, beginning this month.

The first major feature film production for Adrenaline Motion Pictures is titled, "Amanda."

"It’s a wonderful romantic comedy with a seriously surprising twist," said writer/
director Steve Marra.

"Cast- and crew-wise, we’re keeping as much in state as possible," said Mark Agee,
the movie’s co-producer. "We feel it is imperative that we show Indiana as a viable production center
for all kinds of entertainment content."

The production is being financed by a limited
partnership composed of several local investors. Given the current economic climate, Marra said he was
relieved and surprised that the nine months of intense fundraising resulted in securing funding for the
film.

Adrenaline Motion Pictures is an independent production company that produces feature films, broadcast
programs and Internet content, handling concept and script development, financing, production, post-production and distribution.

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