Published Jan 20. 2014 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 22. 2019

Tributaries Trailer #1

Fly fishing is a powerful current that unifies an even stronger worldwide community.

Tributaries is a journey to uncover the commonality among different cultures, people and water. It explores the contrasting experiences of three diverse guides -- a Bahamian flats-drifter, a Patagonian trout bum and a Viking-blooded Icelander.

Watch three characters’ stories merge into one: a tribute to the world’s water.

Tributaries is a featured film in the 2014 F3T and 2014 Rise film festivals. Full-length downloads are available at http://tributariesfilm.com and begin at $4. Get the latest updates on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Directed by RC Cone
Written by RC Cone and Zack Wheeler

Locations: The Bahamas, Iceland, Argentina
Starring: Prescott Smith, Siggi Haugur, Tuqui Visvarro

Trailer Music:
Crazy Charlie Smith
DIMMA - https://www.facebook.com/dimmamusic
RC Cone

Presented by:
http://www.orvis.com/
http://howlerbros.com/
http://www.patagonia.com/
http://www.flyfilmtour.com/
F3T New filmmaker grant - http://www.flyfilmtour.com/
Originator: 
Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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