30 years of bringing
passion to production
From planning to post, Adrenaline Films creates high-caliber video content not only to be seen, but felt.
Working with the Adrenaline team to navigate the uncharted waters of how to create and produce art during a global pandemic proved to be the beginning of a blooming partnership. With every project that we work on alongside Adrenaline Films, we are provided with expertise and benefit from their passion for telling stories.
Working with Adrenaline was such a great experience! They showed great professionalism when shooting with a major Brazilian celebrity, during the busiest month of the year, inside Universal Orlando Resort.
Making movies requires a lot of patience, coordination, and collaboration. With Adrenaline you have a partner who understands just what it takes to bring a story to life on the big (and small) screen. It’s a creative adventure we share together.
Every project that I have worked on with Adrenaline has been stamped with founder Michael Murray’s imprimatur of consummate skill, an eye of genius that captures the essence of any reality, and a surrounding group of virtuosic talent that transforms each project and adventure into a revelation of superbly edited film.
As soon as we created “The College Tour” TV Series, I knew we needed a production machine that could handle the scale, professionalism, and trust to make it all work. Adrenaline Films was my first call and as always, they deliver like no one else in the business.
I worked with the Adrenaline team on a pair of major feature stories for Sports Illustrated. In each case, they were terrific partners in the field — adapting on the fly to schedule changes; capturing vital B-roll, and asking sharp questions about the reporting I'd done along the way — which helped yield finished products we were proud of.
Adrenaline was a great partner on our 'S’more Time To Share' content. Their creative and technical prowess helped bring our ideas to life perfectly. And their ability to pivot on set, whether handling creative feedback or actual weather changes, was critical to making this project a stunning success.