Published May 17. 2024 - 4 weeks ago

DRIFT - A Confluence Film

Released in 2008, DRIFT changed fly-fishing forever. Shot in 16mm film and featuring locations such as India, Montana, Colorado, Utah, Belize, South Andros and Oregon. DRIFT's deep, soulful interviews with select "legends of the sport" and others who have shaped the sport, will resonate with a musical score that features the sounds of Jack Johnson’s Brushfire recording artists. This deep rooted passion for the sport will be conveyed by these devoted (and sometimes eclectic) characters that have immersed themselves in the sport and the lifestyle of fly fishing. The fact that each segment tells a completely unique story and focuses on different characters and anglers is one of the many things that sets this project apart from other film and video releases.
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