One fish is a spear fishing adventure film set in the heart of Mozambique as well as showcasing spearfishermen from around the world who are all dreaming of that one fish. That one fish that defines them as spearfishermen. It is in this pursuit of this dream that guys have been filming some of the best footage from all over the globe. There are guys from 10 countries participating in this project making this film an array of diverse spearfishing styles and culture. These guys are possibly some of the best freediving underwater videogarphers in the world. It’s this that sets this film apart from every other spearfishing film ever made. Taking us on the journey around the world and to Mozambique to find that one fish is Richard Leonard and Chris Coates two friends that have been united by their passion for the sport of spear fishing and their relentless tenacity in chasing the dream of that one fish. Some of the big names you will meet along the way are:
Rob Torelli – Australia
Cameron Kirkconnell - USA
Phillippe Virgili – France
Matti Pyykko – Finland
Franck Labassa – France
Richard Parkinson – Trinidad & Tobago
Mohammed Jassim Al-Kuwari – Qatar
Wassim Zein from Abu Dhabi, UAE
Gletwyn Rubrige – South Africa
Christopher Ananidias – Brazil
Alfonso Chavez – Peru
Austin Derry – USA
One fish is the ultimate spear fishing experience with an abundant variety of 45 species landed and over 100 fish shot, 3 world records broken and that one fish. The One fish that Chris Coates has been dreaming of for 20 years now. This action packed adventure proves to be one of the most ambitious spearfishing films ever made and pure ecstasy for any spearfisherman, with a climactic ending few will ever forget.
Visit the One fish website to learn more about the film or to order to the DVD!
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Shot on location in Cayo Cruz, Cuba, this film from Fly Max Films takes you to an incredible destination which offers some of the best flats fly fishing in the world. www.flymaxfilms.com
In the wake of Hurricane Issac, Greg Dini, Miles LaRose and David Mangum get on the water to check on the state of south Louisiana's fishery.
Short version of "Tapâm – a flyfishing journey"
Winner of the 5th Annual Drake Video Awards 2010 "Best Fishing".
Produced by Daniel Göz and Jan Bach Kristensen.
Post production & Design by G+K Film Frankfurt.
Full film available on www.tapamthemovie.com
Ho’omana (to make “Mana”, or life force energy)
Story by Adam Palumbo
filmed and edited by Cliff Kapono
Some may claim the title “waterman,” but it is a term my friends and I don’t throw around lightly. However, credit must be given where credit is due — and Cliff Kapono of Hilo, Hawaii is exactly that — a true waterman.