Rise – Fly Fishing Film Festival

Recharge this winter as ‘Rise – Fly Fishing Film Festival’, the world’s largest fishing film festival, hits theatres on a Downunder tour. Throughout May, June and July 2009, fanatics will be electrified by fly fishing footage presented in crystal-clear high definition. Gin-Clear Media brings this epic event to fans Downunder as part of the worldwide 2009 tour which will visit 9 countries. This cross-country live event spectacular is saturated with exotic destinations, incredible cinematography, epic adventure and big fish. Check out www.gin-clear.com for all tour information, videos, photos and more.

‘Rise – Fly Fishing Film Festival 2009′ features stunning movies from global destinations including Tasmania, India, and Russia. Gin-Clear Media’s ‘THE SOURCE – TASMANIA’ is the feature movie of the festival. Part of a series, ‘THE SOURCE’ exposes the most unlikely fly fishing destinations from around the world. This year’s film is complemented with a high-energy soundtrack delivered on a state-of-the-art digital sound system and includes well known bands from Australia and New Zealand.

When asked about the inspiration for ‘THE SOURCE’ series, the film’s director and producer, Nick Reygaert. stated: “‘THE SOURCE’ is about finding quality fly fishing destinations that are a little bit off the tourist map. Tasmania, as a fly fishing destination, has long lived in the shadow of New Zealand. While it’s true New Zealand has amazing trout fishing, we wanted to show that Tasmania, on the right day, can match it for wilderness and big trout. Also, more than a century ago, the first trout ever to be transported to the Southern Hemisphere were hatched in the Salmon Ponds Hatchery in Tasmania. The progeny from these first few eggs were then transplanted into countries throughout the Southern Hemisphere… therefore, when it comes to fly fishing Downunder, Tasmania is ‘THE SOURCE'”

Rise – Fly Fishing Film Festival 2009 will sweep Australia and New Zealand as a limited release and will stop in more than twenty five cities, including Dunedin, Christchurch, Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Perth and Darwin. With limited release screenings, Rise Fly Fishing Film Festival attracts a cult-like following and is the largest single fly fishing event in the southern hemisphere. For more information, local show dates and details, visit www.gin-clear.com
 

Townsville Show   18th
July
Heatley Secondary College
 Sunshine Coast Show   18th May Academy Cinema
 Brisbane Show   19th May  Dendy Portside  Cinema
 Gold Coast Show   21st May  Surfers Paradise Rugby  Club
 Central Coast Show   27th May  Kariong Neighbourhood Centre 
 Sydney Show   2nd June Palace Norton Street Cinema 
 Bowral Show   4th June Empire Cinema
 Canberra Show   9th June National Library Theatre
 Albury Show  11th June Albion Hotel 
 Melbourne Show   17th June Classic Cinema Elsternwick 
 Melbourne West Show   15th June Sun Theatre 
 Devonport Show   19th June Mersey Yacht Club
 Launceston Show   22nd June Village Cinemas
 Hobart Show  24th June State Cinema
 Adelaide Show   3rd July Iris Cinema
 Perth Show  15th July Cinema Paradiso