Posted on March 18 2016
Confluence Films and Simms Fishing Products have announced the release of the festival cut of the film “Brothers in Arms,” which features the stories of three veterans and how fly fishing changed their lives.
Read more in the press release below.
Confluence Films Releases Festival Cut of Warriors and Quiet Waters Film
From Confluence Films and Simms Fishing Products:
Confluence Films and Simms Fishing Products are pleased to announce the festival cut of the new Warriors and Quiet Waters “Brothers in Arms” film. Featuring three veterans and their stories of how fly fishing has changed their lives, the film is a collaboration between Confluence Films and Simms Fishing Products.
Bozeman-based Warriors and Quiet Waters (WQW) helps reintegrate traumatically combat-injured U.S. veterans and active service members from recent wars into society by building hope and resilience, facilitating camaraderie, and providing security and serenity through fly fishing and other high quality therapeutic recreational mediums in southwest Montana. In 2015, WQW served 67 wounded warriors and 12 of their spouses, bringing the total number served to 470. The 2015 program model was influenced by the philosophy that ‘the greatest healing takes place when we get out of ourselves so we may be helpful to others.
The original (shorter) cut of the film was released in November 2015 in conjunction with the launch of Simms’ G3 Guide™ Wader, Warriors and Quiet Waters Limited Edition. The new and longer YouTube version of the festival cut of the film can be found here.
Instructions on how to embed the video on your own website can be found here.
Simms Fishing Products
Rich Hohne, Brand Communications Director
Phone: (406) 585-8667