‘BLINK OF AN EYE’ HEADLINES 4TH ANNUAL AMELIA MOTORING FILM EXHIBITION
Continuing on a tradition of pairing the cinematic and automotive arts, the Amelia Motoring Film Exhibition returns for its fourth consecutive year Thursday, March 5 to usher in the Amelia Concours weekend at a NEW VENUE for 2020.
Join us for an evening of cinematic stories of automotive culture and heritage featuring the critically acclaimed documentary “Blink of an Eye” plus short films “Four Cam Jam”, “The Racer”, and the latest Hagerty “Why I Drive” and “Redline Rebuild”.
Once again we’re waving the checkered flag on the Hagerty Touring Series – Amelia Island or Bust Edition rally with participating vehicles will be on display during the event, giving guests a chance to get up close and personal with these marvelous machines while enjoying complimentary hors d’oeuvres, cash bar and plenty of popcorn.
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When & Where:
6:00PM Thursday March 5, 2020 Amelia Aerodrome (map below). Exact address and instructions provided to registered attendees.
6:00 PM – Reception, Vehicle Displays, Food & Drink
7:10 PM – Film Screenings
10:00 PM – Event concludes
*No on-site ticketing, advance registration required.
|Four Cam Jam – (Premiere) The Four Cam Jam is a track day put on by Road Scholars at Virginia International Raceway to celebrate the iconic Porsche four-cam models. This short captures the passion and emotion of what it’s like to witness these historic cars in motion.|
|The Racer – This award winning short directed by Brad Day follows the life of a man who reflects on his passion for motor racing all the way from when he was a young boy.|
|Blink of an Eye – Directed by Paul Taublieb, this film is an inside look at Michael Waltrip’s struggles of racing 462 races without a single win in NASCAR, in the shadow of his successful brother Darrell, before being hired to drive for legend Dale Earnhardt. Culminating with his first win in the most tragic of circumstances.|
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