Gin-Clear Media is a multi-national company based in Te Anau, New Zealand. The company was formed 7 years ago with a clear objective to create inspiring and beautiful fly fishing films and fill a niche in the market that was being largely ignored.
Five feature length films and numerous commercial projects later, we feel that we have achieved a large part of what we set out to do. But rather than resting on our laurels, we have some large projects in the pipeline that we hope will enhance our reputation for quality and innovation.
We live and breathe fly fishing. Being based in NZ enables us to work and play in one of the world's most remarkable trout fisheries - a constant source of inspiration. As the business has grown we have expanded into overseas markets. We have developed a network of warehouses and representatives to bring our product closer to our new customers. As a result we are able to sell in Euros, Pounds and Dollars - ship cheaply and quickly. We have warehouses in London, Los Angeles, Perth and NZ.
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Since the very first show in Christchurch in 2006, RISE Fly Fishing Film Festival has been entertaining fly fishermen across the globe on an annual basis.
From these humble beginings RISE has grown organically, thanks mainly to the enthusiasm of our extensive global network of associates. Over the last six years the festival has blossomed into one of the premier events on the international fly fishing calendar. Annually playing 60 plus shows in 15 countries, spanning 2 continents and screening in 5 languages.
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HATCH documents the world’s most extraordinary insect hatches and the fantastic fly fishing that accompanies them. There are massive hatches of mayfly on the chalkstreams of England, trout eating ants off bridges in Slovenia, huge cicadas eaten by equally huge trout in the streams of NZ and even a feeding frenzy after a ‘hatch’ of krill in the ocean.
Narrated by Greg French, the film explores remote corners of the world for hidden fly fishing treasures, while seamlessly highlighting the pivotal role fly fishers play as guardians of the water.