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Wednesday
Feb042009

Five Oh Three!

Redgold 

 

Special Film Screening of Redgold and Equilibrium

 

Friday Feb 13th 8:00 pm

 

Kick off the Portland Fly Fishing Show weekend with some amazing entertainment Friday evening. Celebrate the bounty of Alaska’s magnificent Bristol Bay, with two amazing films: Red Gold (redgoldfilm.com) and Equilibrium (castawayfilms.com).

 

What: Film screening
When: Friday Feb. 13th 8:00 pm
Where: Sierra Club 1821 SE Ankeny St Portland 97214
Who: Hosted by Sierra Club and Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska

 

Admission: FREE!!!!!
What Else: BEER AND SNACKS!!!

Wednesday
Feb042009

There is no business to be done on a dead planet


Three Dollar Bridge from felt soul on Vimeo.

 

(Via: Way Upstream)

Felt Soul Media has produced another gem. Check out this 3 minute profile on 1% For the Planet,
an alliance of businesses that donate at least 1% of their annual
revenues to environmental organizations worldwide. Founded by Yvon Chouinard and Craig Matthews,
1% has grown to over 1000 members since it's launch in 2002 and has
donated nearly $42 million to approved environmental non-profits. This
particular film highlights the Three Dollar Bridge (Madison River)
project that was made possible by 1% funds. The two founding members
tell the story.

Music by Neil Halstead & Jack Johnson | Brushfire Records

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Tuesday
Feb032009

Our solution to Cheney's visit to the American Museum of Fly Fishing

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The American Museum of Fly Fishing feebly attempts to defend their decision to host and honor the former Vice President.

LINK  (Via: BWTF)

Tuesday
Feb032009

Redfish Can't Jump

A trailer for documentary that Lift Film has been working on about salt water conservation in North Carolina. A post on their blog from October 2008 said production was back underway.

Tuesday
Feb032009

Welcome to the leisurely works of a man named Lady

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A different perspective from James Edward Emerson Lady of Stillwater Studio.  LINK

Tuesday
Feb032009

East River Fish

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George Estreich’s East River Fish was created when the artist was
contemplating the life span of fauna in that river. Estreich cut up 30
tomato sauce cans and an equal amount of Coke cans to put this fish
together and lost about a cup of blood for his efforts.

Many of the original blood spots still dot this piece, offering a “don’t touch” warning to viewers and a reminder to me that my mother was always right.

LINK