Forthcoming Films

Earth Day 2010

Oceans by Disney Nature - Recycled Fish
Rave Motion Pictures (Westroads) in Omaha.

We’ll be there – will you? Recycled Fish is onsite from 4:30 PM - 8:30 PM in Omaha with the Sportsman’s Stewardship Pledge, Drop in the Bucket Game, and Oceans posters. Celebrate Earth Day with us.

Not in Omaha? Catch it at a theater near you.

Fly Fishing Film Tour

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Thursday, May 13 | 7:00 PM | Rave Motion Pictures (Westroads)

10 Short Films | $15 | Door Prizes & Silent Auction

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End of the Line

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The world’s first major documentary about the devastating effect of overfishing. Imagine an ocean without fish. Imagine your meals without seafood. Imagine the global consequences.

Showing in a double-header with the World Premier of Recycled Fish: Road Trip with a Mission.

 

 

 

Sunday, May 23 | 1PM
Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium at Schramm State Park
21502 West Highway 31 | Gretna, NE

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This year’s Fly Fishing Film Tour includes the last film from the Trout Bums: Metalhead; the latest from from RA Beattie, Confluence Films, and many more. These films will make your blood pressure soar and inspire your mind – and sense of adventure. And this year, you won’t have seen them anywhere else – they’re exclusively shown on the Film Tour.

When you see them in Omaha, you’ll also be supporting Recycled Fish! Ticket sales support our organization.

In its fourth year, The Fly Fishing Film Tour has become the fishing entertainment event of the year. The Film Tour will be seen in well over 80 cities in 2010 and will showcase some of the best independent outdoor film makers. The goal of the Fly Fishing Film Tour is to energize the industry and inspire film makers to create new cutting edge films to both entertain and educate outdoor enthusiasts.

For more on the Fly Fishing Film Tour, visit their website. This year’s films have shown to enthusiastic crowds since late January, so if you’re not in Omaha – no worries, you can likely catch it somewhere.

And stay tuned … we’re planning a fall showing in the Ozarks.

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