Entries in fly fishing films (99)
For independent filmmakers making non-profit films budgets can be non-existent. Inevitably, these filmmakers need to add music to their films but their budgets limit their options due to the high cost of licensing.
Now non-profit filmmakers have a free, professional music resource: Moby.
Yes, that Moby.
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It's like that scene in Something About Mary when Ted picks up the hitchiker and he explains his idea for the 7 minute ab video vs the 8 minute ab video.
Congratulations to the the team at Uncage the Soul! Their indiegogo campaign for their documentary Frank Moore: Mending the Line has exceeded its 50K fundraising goal.
"Kiss The Water," follows renowned fly fishing expert Megan Boyd, living remotely in Scotland's northern highlands, whose self-taught and made fishing flies have brought her great acclaim and reverence, making her something of a legend among fly-fishing enthusiasts. With admirers as distinguished as Prince Charles, among others, she has throughout her life become internationally renowned for her startling abilities, which Steel documents through interviews, animations, and stunning images of the landscape that she calls home.