Published Apr 25. 2019 - 1 year ago

Movements

MOVEMENTS is the symphonic saga – in four parts (Rainbow, Steelhead, Musky, Striper) – of three Alaska fishing guides who road trip their way home in a 2003 Dodge Caravan (best known as ‘Van-a White’ and for its lack of a reverse gear) from AK to NYC. From an Edenic paradise to a modern-day Gomorrah in a single month – arriving in Time Square on Halloween night – these four MOVEMENTS make our original symphony "Agartha." Titled after the legendary luminous world said to be located at the earth’s core, Agartha's entrance is believed to be hidden at the bottom of an unnamed mountain lake, but which of course is accessible to anyone willing to look — and to walk and to cast — and keep looking.

PRIMARY SPONSORS

Yeti

Simms

Costa

SECONDARY SPONSORS

Abel Reels

Newhalen Lodge

Pozzi Fly Rods

Far Out Fly Fishing

Chris Willen Fly Fishing

CREDITS

Directed by Colin Scott

Shot by Nathan Corbin

Original symphony “Agartha” by Joaquin Gomez

Written by Chris Dombrowski

A Wilder Studio Productions

Produced by Luke Stevens

Edited by Aidan Haley & Tyler Wilkinson-Ray

Featuring: Rex Messing, Paul Nicoletti, Sanford Anthony

Post Production Manager: Zach Doleac

Assistant Director: Sam Haverstock

Executive Producers:
Colin Scott
Zach Doleac
Luke Stevens
Ryan Thompson
Doug Powell
Chris Keig
Tyler Wilkinson-Ray

B Camera: Paul Nicoletti, Mitch Carpenter

Drone Operator: Sam Haverstock

Production Assistants: Patrick Hilbert, Elliot Hall, Mitch Carpenter

Producers:
Frank Agar
Terry & Nancy Ansfield
Bill Backman
Michael & Jeanne Crosno
Tony Dewar
Mark Kaminski
Sam Lawson
Pape Machinery
Rex Messing
Paul Nicoletti
Kristi Whisler

Many Thanks:
Craig Apregan
Gary & Zach Brookman
Jen & Lud Bohler
James Bryan
Kip Howard
Jean & John Lange
Clay Mathile
Glen Raven
James Wyner

Originator: 
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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