Kiss The WaterAbout the Film
For decades, on the outskirts of the Scotland, the enigmatic Megan Boyd learned and perfected the obscure craft of fly-making for fisherman. She twirled bits of feather, fur, silver, and gold into elaborate fishing flies, at once miniature works of art and absolutely lethal. Hailed by some—including Prince Charles—as some of the best flies ever made, they have garnered her and her techniques a cult-like status. With breathtaking cinematography and expressive, hand-painted animation, acclaimed director Eric Steel captures the beauty and mysticism of Boyd and the fly fishing art in this lyrical documentary.
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About the Director
Eric Steel’s directorial and documentary debut, THE BRIDGE, premiered at the Tribeca International Film Festival in 2005 and was released theatrically across the United States and around the world. He was also the producer of JULIE & JULIA, executive producer of ANGELA'S ASHES, and co-producer of BRINGING OUT THE DEAD. He lives in Amagansett and New York City.
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