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Fly Fishing Film Fest coming to Fernie, March 1st

On March 1, the doors will open at The Vogue Theatre to the 2018 International Fly Fishing Film Festival, showcasing the passion, lifestyle, culture and unique settings of the best fly fishing in the world.

Presented by the Elk River Guiding Company, the film fest will consist of nine short and feature length films, produced by internationally renowned filmmakers. The films have already captured the attention of angler enthusiasts around the world. The IF4 contains exclusive content, so don’t miss your chance seeing the world of fly fishing through the eyes of the experts.

The official film selection is as follows: Fishing Beyond the River, produced by Adventure Well. Mako, produced by Anglers Eye Media. DIYAK, produced by Burl Productions. Confluentus: The Merging of All Things, produced by Capture Adventure Media. Focus, produced by Fly Fusion Films. Outside By The River, produced by Hooke. Ty’s Flies, produced by Josh Nugent. Rio de Gigantes – Amazon Peacock Bass, produced by Todd Moen Creative, and last but not least, Seriously North, produced by InTents Media.

Tickets are $15, available from Elk River Guiding Company or The Vogue Theatre. Tickets are also available at the door, if available.

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