New Patagonia film fights for fish

JACKSON, WY — Patagonia’s newest film is a story about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them.

Join Teton Village Sports & Grand Fishing Adventures as they host a premiere showing of “Artifishal” at the Center for the Arts on May 15. The film explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.

Flim director Josh “Bones” Murphy is coming to Jackson for the premiere and will offer a Q&A following the screening.

Proceeds from ticket and raffle sales will benefit the Snake River Fund. Come enjoy the new film, learn about the Snake River Fund and its ongoing mission to protect our favorite river, all while enjoying the company of like-minded fisherman and boaters. Following the film and discussion, we will have a raffle where you can take home guided fishing trips, fly rods and much more!


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About the director 

Josh “Bones” Murphy is a director and producer of film and commercials who produced HERE ALONE (winner 2016 Tribeca Audience Award Narrative Feature and co-produced the 2010 feature THE RIVER WHY and the 2018 feature multi-award-winning documentary THE PUSH. Most recently he directed, produced, and co-wrote ARTIFISHAL which he made for Patagonia and premiered at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival where it was a finalist for the Tribeca X Prize.

Community Partner:

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has the longest continuous vertical rise of any ski area in the US, rising 4,139 feet from the valley floor to the top of Rendezvous Mountain!

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