Category: Short Film

11
Mar

Interview BTS: Tom Rosenbauer & Dan Davala for Orvis promo

This past Friday, TwoFisted Heart shot an interview of Orvis’ own Tom Rosenbauer (the 2011 Angler of the Year) and Dan Davala (Orvis fly shop manager) for a fly fishing promo we are putting together. It was great getting to meet Tom Rosenbauer. We loved hearing his stories and seeing his passion for fly fishing come alive on camera. Of course we loved getting a chance to interview Dan Davala again. He was one of the anglers featured in our film Urban Lines.

Below are some behind the scenes images from that interview.

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29
Jan
18
Jan

Urban Lines: Official Selection, Fly Fishing Film Tour 2013

We are pleased to announce the selection of Urban Lines, a short film about our local fishing scene on he tidal Potomac, has been selected for the 2013 Fly Fishing Film tour! Some of you may recognize your own faces from beer ties, casting clinics and submitted grip-n-grins. Thank you for all this direct support of the film. More importantly, thank you for this amazing community that inspired this whole film to begin with.

Film-makers for Urban Lines are: Jereme Thaxton www.freestoneentertainment.com and Nick & Kami Swingle www.twofistedheartproductions.com  Cast of characters are our very own, Potomac born and bred (well mostly): Rob Snowhite, Trent Jones, John Bilotta, and Dan Davala.

Below is the trailer for the film. See you at the Cinema-n-Drafthouse on March 28 for the film tour, if we don’t see you out on the water first.

Check out the trailer:

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08
Jan

The Film: Urban Lines

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TwoFisted Heart Productions is partnering with Freestone Entertainment to create a film on the tidal Potomac River that counters common stigmas and stereotypes of fly fishing. Four fly fishermen in Washington, D.C. demonstrate that fly fishing is more than an individual pursuit of the catch, more than once-a-year or once-in-a-lifetime trips out West or to exotic locations abroad. In an unlikely setting of concrete vistas, population density and traffic nightmares, the Potomac River proves that adventure and epic fishing are available to everyone on a daily basis. D.C. fly fishermen have embraced that concept through an online community that provides a 21st century, Web 2.0 take on passionately protecting our water resources for the future and connecting with the people around us. It’s about thinking globally and fishing locally. Otherwise, it’s just another sport.

07
Jan

BTS filming for Urban Lines

Filming the table discussion at Ri-Ra in Arlington, VA with our main characters. (photos taken from my iPhone)

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