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Low and Clear
January 6, 2011, 8:10 pm
Filed under: Angling | Tags: , , ,

This is a beautiful film about fly fishing which I highly recommend whether or not you partake in the sport. It follows a journey for steelhead endured by John Townes “JT” Van Zandt, (the musician John Townes Van Zandt’s son), and his good friend Alex Hall. From the film’s creators Finback Films the piece is, “A meditation on friendship, the film seeks to examine how for some, life can be about fishing. And for others, fishing can be about life.”

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What’s the title of that song he’s playing?

Comment by Blues x Five

That’s a good question, not sure what Townes song it is, let me do a little digging…maybe someone else will chime in.

Comment by nbolton

The song is called “Dollar Bill Blues” by Townes Van Zandt.

Comment by Blues x Five

WOW. GREAT! THANKS.
M

Comment by matt

Just wanted to give you a heads up about the angry emails you’ll be receiving from my wife the next time it’s my turn to pick the movie.

Comment by Scott

Promising to say the least, it has that brilliant Fishing with John-vibe. Thanks!

Comment by Jocke

I just wrapped up a blog post with a nice selection of fly-fishing films & trailers over at deadbait.

Nice coincidence–the editor of Low & Clear, Alex Jablonsky, started at 40 Acres & a Mule, Spike Lee’s production co. I ran Spike’s ad agency for a few years. Imagine, going from films with such an urban feel to Low & Clear? I guess a good story is a good story no matter what the subject is.

Comment by Joel R. Johnson

that was awesome.

Comment by tons of land

where can i view the entire film? i watched a short of this film last year at a showing of the the fly fishing film tour and have been looking for the release of the full feature and was disappointed not to see it as a featured film in this years film tour.

Comment by john




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