“Where the Yellowstone Goes” Film Release
Following the longest undammed river in the contiguous United States, “Where the Yellowstone Goes” is the story about life surrounding one of our greatest rivers. “It explores some serious conservation issues along with great fishing, but ultimately is about each of our lives and the impact we make while we’re here,” says director Hunter Weeks. The feature documentary is now available for purchase on DVD, Blu-ray, and digitally through iTunes.
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WHERE THE YELLOWSTONE GOES, CRITICALLY-ACCLAIMED DOCUMENTARY FILM RELEASES October 23rd, 2012
Chronicling a 31-day journey on the longest undammed river in the lower 48, the film covers major issues like the 2011 ExxonMobil oil spill along with sweet anecdotal stories and plenty of fly fishing on one of America’s most wild and scenic rivers.
LIVINGSTON, MT — October 23, 2012 — Director Hunter Weeks teams up with presenting sponsor Trout Headwaters, Inc. to present his 4th feature documentary film available today on DVD, Blu-ray, and digitally through iTunes.
The DVD will be available for the MSRP price of $24.98 and Blu-ray for the MSRP of $26.98 everywhere, including Amazon.com and the film’s official website – wheretheyellowstonegoes.com. The full-length HD download will be available for $12.99 on iTunes Store, and the film can be rented in many locations including Netflix and iTunes.
Over the summer, a 30-city U.S. theatrical tour brought together packed houses of conservation, water, and fishing enthusiasts who overwhelmingly enjoyed the film. The film continues to be licensed for special one-night screenings in cities nationwide.
The DVD is a region-less disc featuring the 82-minute movie, deleted scenes, full-length interviews from Yellowstone River enthusiasts Michael Leach and Al Kesselheim, and messages from Montana Office of Tourism and Trout Headwaters, two of the film’s sponsors. The Blu-ray inlcludes Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
“This is a story about life on one of our greatest, most-preserved rivers. It explores some serious conservation issues along with great fishing, but ultimately is about each of our lives and the impact we make while we’re here,” said Hunter Weeks, director of the film.
Where The Yellowstone Goes is sponsored by: Trout Headwaters Inc, Montana Office of Tourism, Simms Fishing Products, and Costa Sunglasses. A portion of all DVD and Blu-ray sales will be dedicated to conservation of America’s rivers.
Where the Yellowstone Goes
Where the Yellowstone Goes is a “thoughtful adventure” from Red Popsicle films. Additional sponsors include the Montana Office of Tourism, Simms Fishing Products, and Costa Sunglasses. Weeks’ directorial credits also include the documentaries 10 MPH and Ride The Divide. Weeks has also produce Reveal the Path and 10 Yards and is soon releasing a documentary about the oldest people in the world.
About Trout Headwaters, Inc.:
Since 1995 Trout Headwaters, Inc. (THI) has been an industry leader in cost-effective, environmentally-sound biostabilization and restoration technologies for stream and wetland renewal and repair. From our Paradise Valley, Mont. headquarters overlooking the Yellowstone River, THI serves private landowners, associations, government, and industry nationally.
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