Hypercar Documentary Previewed At Second Annual Jalopnik Film Festival

Cameron Aubernon
by Cameron Aubernon
hypercar documentary previewed at second annual jalopnik film festival

Are you a movie buff? Do you love films about the automobile? If so, and if you’re in New York during the early days of November, the second annual Jalopnik Film Festival will be held between November 5 and 6 this year.

One of the headlining films for this year’s festival is “Apex: The Story of the Hypercar,” a production of TangentVector and Drive. The film follows the development of several hypercars — like the LaFerrari, 918 Spyder and P1 — and those who bring the vehicles to life.

Shot in 4K Ultra HD, “Apex” will be shown as a 30-minute short preview prior to its full debut sometime next year.

More details on the festival can be found here: How To Get Your Tickets To The Second Jalopnik Film Festival.

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