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Entries in fly fishing films (94)


The Smiths - Crazy Charlie and Prescott Smith

Presented by Patagonia.

Crazy Charlie and his son Prescott, based on Andros Island in the Bahamas, have the ideas that could change the sport of fly fishing forever. All footage from Tributaries, for sale now.


Want to Shoot in 3D with Your GoPro Hero3+? 

F3T 2015?

When are we going to see a proper 3D fly fishing film?

If you’re feeling a little like the footage you’ve been taking with your action camera lacked a little bit of — action, you might want to check out the rig GoPro demonstrated at this year’s NAB, the 3D Dual Hero System for the Hero3+, which allows users to record synchronized footage with 2 Hero3+’s that you can later convert to 3D with GoPro Studio.

LINK (via:No Film School)


How to Make a Sick Mountain Bike Edit

You might know how to make a mountain bike fly fishing film but do you know how to make a sick edit?

A sick edit from the Gravity Mafia. 


A River Runs Through Livingston

Some interesting tidbits in this 1992 Washington Post profile of Robert Redford, Livingston and the making of A River Runs Through It. 


Here's a further blast from the past.


Wild Reverence Bend Screening

Join the Native Fish Society and the Wild Steelhead Coalition for a screening of Wild Reverence on May 2nd at the Volcanic Theater Pub in Bend, OR.

Wild Reverence is a movie about west coast wild steelhead. More than cool shots of catching these amazing fish, Wild Reverence is an examination of the big picture. It delves into steelhead population trends, habitat quality, the impact of dams, and interaction with hatchery fish. 

Wild Reverence shares the stories of steelhead, rivers, and people. It illustrates where things are working, where they are broken, and how we can turn the decline around and save wild fish for future generations.

Doors at 6pm for a Texas-style BBQ dinner and raffle with items donated by Fly & Field Outfitters. Movie at 7pm followed by a discussion with filmmaker Shane Anderson.  

Tickets are $13 at Fly & Field or $15 at the door.


How to Make a Mountain Bike Film 

Same rules apply, just subsitute fly fishing for mountain bike.

Here is a cool piece that lays out some useful tips, all while showing you how it's done. A project from Filme von Draussen Workshop.