Three new movies online!
14 September 2018
As the fishing season is coming to an end, we thought it would be a good idea to share some unpublished work to help you go through the winter. Here are 3 new short films we shot over the years that represent what fly fishing is to us! Hope you enjoy the films.
First shown during the PALM Festival, ”Jean-Phillip” shows the journey of a fly fisherman across the world and his home province of Québec. Find out how his travels and his passion shaped his life and the person he is now, as well as the impact of his lifestyle on his personal life.
At the northernmost boundary of the developed world, the Inuit have thrived for thousands of years. Through ingenuity and sheer force of will, they’ve learned to find, preserve, and ultimately make the most of limited resources. In this film, we showcase the strength and warmth of the Inuit of Tasiujaq.
Finally, we bring you in Labrador, where we discover how Chris Verbiski has managed to bring this river back to life and how he has teamed up with Fisheries and Oceans Canada to do one of the most promising research programs for Atlantic Salmon.