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The International Fly Fishing Film Festival - IF4™ - is the world’s leading fly-fishing film event, consisting of coveted fly-fishing films produced by filmmakers from all corners of the globe and showcases the passion, lifestyle, and culture of fly fishing. It is the gathering place of the fly-fishing community and a celebration of friendship, stories and more!

This exclusive screening of nine short films is coming to the Champlain Valley March 27 at the Essex Cinema.  This one-night special event is  a major fundraising activity for CVTU, with all net proceeds going to support the local chapter’s mission of conservation and education. 

The Films 
(Click Titles to see more information and Trailers!)

Among the official selections in the festival are

  • Pinawaca, a jungle adventure, led by popular angler and guide, Jako Lucas, in search of legendary and oversized peacock bass;

  • South Caicos, an unpressured and undisturbed adventure in the heart of bonefish territory;​

  • Vivid Dreams, a breathtaking film about a group of friends in search of oversized sea-run brown trout in rugged landscapes;

  • Tunulik, a northern adventure to Nunavik in search of trophy brook trout, arctic char and Atlantic salmon;

  • The Runaround, a high-energy film following a group of friends on an adventure from Walker’s Cay to the famed everglades;

  • Tension, a cinematic tale celebrating legacy, conservation and the American West;

  • A Ride with Clyde, an unforgettable, unconventional and memorable trip with salty friends into the Tennessee hills;

  • Kendjam, a tale of Bolivian adventures; and

  • The Golden Ride, an unforgettable fly-fishing trip centered around a community of friends as they travel south to Argentina in pursuit of aggressive Golden Dorado.

The  screening of all nine IF4 films will be at the Essex Cinema, March 27 at 7:00 pm. 
Doors will open at 6:30. 

Tickets can be purchased through the GET TICKETS link above, or at the door on a space-available basis. 

CVTU’s presentation of IF4 is generously supported in part by Lake Champlain Transportation Company and Precision Chiropractic.

Festival Volunteers?

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