Flyfishing festival on tour
Recharge this winter as Rise – Fly Fishing Film Festival 2011, the world’s largest fishing film festival, hits theatres on a NZ tour.
Now in its sixth year, the festival has become firmly entrenched as the premier event on fly-fishers’ calendars. During August, 2011, the festival will sweep the country as a limited release, and will stop in seven towns and cities, including Invercargill, Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Palmerston North, Hawkes Bay and Auckland.
Gin-Clear Media, in association with Flylife, presents the best adventure fly-fishing films of 2011 in a big screen extravaganza. The mission of the festival is to inspire audiences with epic adventures, strong stories and big fish in pristine environments. Check out www.gin-clear.com for all tour information, videos, photos and more.
Invercargill Show Wednesday, August 10, 2011 Reading Cinema
Dunedin Show Thursday, August 11, 2011 Metro Cinema
Christchurch Show Monday, August 15, 2011 Hollywood 3 Cinema
Wellington Show Wednesday, August 17, 2011 Lighthouse Cinema
Palmerston North Show Thursday, August 18, 2011 Cinema Gold
Auckland Show Wednesday, August 24, 2011 Bridgeway Cinema
Hatch (Gin-Clear Media)
A global adventure documenting the world’s best insect hatches and the amazing fishing that accompanies them. Narrated by Greg French.
Soulfish 2 (Burl Productions)
The follow-up film to the hugely popular Soulfish; take a ride with Mikey Wier as he fishes for taimen and nile perch.
Jazz and flyfishing
An hilarious documentary about a bunch of eccentric guys from Scandinavia who love fly fishing and playing jazz.
Fly nation (Fly Max Films)
April Vokey and friends visit the fabled steelhead waters of the Skeena and have an incredible time catching massive steelhead on swinging and skating flies.
Visit the website www.gin-clear.com for full details on all venues.
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