October 15, 2013
New Fly Fishing Movie to Benefit Front Range Flood Relief
By Tim Romano
On Nov. 8, Confluence Films will be showing its newest fly fishing flick called "Waypoints" at multiple locations throughout the world. The movie follows in the footsteps of Confluence's three previous films "Drift," "Rise," and "Connect." It is a multi-segmented fly fishing film shot all around the world, with locations that include St. Brandon's Atoll in the Indian Ocean, Patagonian Chile, Southeast Alaska for Steelhead, India for Golden Mahseer, and the jungles of Venezuela for payara.
As with all Confluence films, the aim — besides getting people jacked up for fly fishing — is to help raise money for conservation. This year, "Waypoints" will be showing at many locations to raise money for many different conservation organizations. Luckily in Colorado, myself and fellow Greenbacks members have secured three locations that we will be producing and organizing here on the front range, with all proceeds from this event will benefiting Front Range Flood Relief through Colorado Trout Unlimited. We're going to need all the help we can get.
Please join us Friday, Nov. 8 in Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Steamboat Springs for the world premier of "Waypoints." This event is to raise money for FrontRange Flood Relief. There will be plenty of fun and giveaways so be sure to buy your tickets early. We expect these shows to sell out quickly.
If you have friends or family in the area, please let them know to visit the links above for tickets or check out the "Waypoints" tour location page to see if there might be showings in a town near you.