Emerson Crawford Theater

  • Event Time 7:30 pm-9:30 pm
  • Event Start Date 06/27/2019
  • Event Location 111 S. Grand Ave.

Doors Open at 7pm – Film starts at 7:30pm

Join us for a special event at the Emerson Center for Arts & Culture in the Crawford Theater with a highly anticipated screening of the award-winning documentary Live the Stream: The Story of Joe Humphreys. Directors Lucas & Meigan Bell will be in attendance.

Trout streams are fountains of youth for 86-year-old Joe Humphreys: a man who was born to fly fish, lives to teach, and strives to pass on a respect for our local waters. Far more than a fly fishing film, this character story about the one-of-a-kind Joe Humphreys is an emotional and powerful narrative about aging, family, friendships, and the power of positive influence, told by a man who has followed his calling for an entire lifetime.

Festivals & Awards:

WINNER: Best Adventure Film, 2018 Breckenridge Film Festival

WINNER: Audience Award, 2018 Breckenridge Film Festival

WINNER: Best of Show-Audience Award, 2018 Reading Film Festival

WINNER: Best Documentary, 2018 Reading Film Festival

Official Selection 2018 Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

Official Selection 2018 Heartland International Film Festival

Official Selection 2019 San Luis Obispo International Film Festival

Official Selection 2019 Salem International Film Festival

Official Selection 2019 Maryland International Film Festival

About Joe:
Joe Humphreys is an author, educator and world renowned fly fisherman born and raised in Central Pennsylvania. Joe has held fly fishing clinics at Allenberry Resort for over 38 years and is excited to return for this event. More info here.