Rob interviews Josh Caldwell, the director of Mending The Line from Blue Fox Entertainment. The movie is a story about finding something to make living worthwhile. A wounded veteran returns to the States carrying the demons of war. In Montana, he meets a surly, headstrong fly-fisherman more than twice his age, and Lucy, a talented photographer turned librarian. Both damaged in their own way. While getting treatment for his wounds, Colter wants only to re-enlist, to have something to die for. But the real challenge is finding something to live for.

Rob and Josh discuss the making of the movie from the directors’ perspective. Josh is a dedicated trout angler, and he describes the lengths he took to ensure the fishing scenes in the movie were accurate. Actors met with veterans to understand the trauma they went through while serving. Josh explains some movie magic and life behind the scenes and off camera. You will learn about the actors in the film and the precautions required to film during Covid. Is this a fly fishing movies with veterans or a veteran movie with fly fishing?

Warriors & Quiet Waters


Healing Waters

Listen to the full interview here