More than a year and a half ago, we posted the first teaser
for a feature-length documentary, by Nomadic Studio, of the great Joe Humphreys, whose life has been built around sharing his love of fly fishing with others. Now we have a longer trailer that whets the appetite even more. The film will be premiering at festivals this fall, and hopefully we’ll all get to see it soon. I can’t wait.
For lots more information about Humphreys and the film, visit the “Live the Stream” website.
5 thoughts on “Video: “Live The Stream: The Story of Joe Humphreys” Official Trailer”
That trailer really fired me up to see the whole thing. Great story about a great conservationist.
Great trailer look forward to seeing the whole film. I had the great pleasure to fish with Joe a couple years ago. It was a great experience. He shares so much knowledge I will never forget it.
Joe is a Legend in the Fly Fishing world. Tight Lines to you Joe and to the crew that produced the movie. Looking forward to watching this movie especially knowing that Joe worked for the university for years. I’m a PSU grad from 82! Go Lions!
Joe was our wrestling coach and teacher in HS. When I was in college @Penn State I took I fly & bait casting course from him and learned so much and it improved my techniques so much. I still love to fly fish and really am glad I have had the chance to meet and learn from him. He is a true influence on the sport.
I’ve seen the full-length documentary twice, and could watch it over and over! Filled with laughter, learning and tenderness it truly emulates the writings of Sir Edward Grey of Fallodon in his eponymous book “Fly Fishing”. Joe Humphreys is a gift to the world, simply doing and sharing what he enjoys the most – where and how he finds his peace. The Bells did a tremendous job on this documentary! The cinematography and the music is fantastic – no one leaves the theatre without full souls. I highly recommend it to everyone from every walk of life! LIVE the Stream!