JEFF LABREE | MAINE GUIDE

2021 MOFF Official Selection

About This Project

Filmmaker:

Lone Spruce Creative

Total Running Time:

0:01:30

Filming Location:

Maine

Filmmaker Origin:

Maine

Synopsis:

This film explores what it means to be a registered guide in the North Maine woods.

This film to be screened:

7/29/21 – The Kennebec Program

Filmmaker Bio:

Based out of a repurposed mill in Saco, Lone Spruce partners with bold brands to craft compelling and authentic stories. From campaigns to documentaries, our tight band of creatives works hard to ensure the story comes first, always.

Three thoughts from the filmmaker:

Jeff works for Libby Camps, which has been run by the Libby family for five generations. To access the camps, you need to travel about 4.5 hours north of Portland and then take another 1.5 hour journey down questionable dirt logging roads. From there, we all hopped in one of the camps float planes to find a truly remote spot to fish. Shuttling our crew of 10 in a plane that only seats 4 at a time was a real challenge.

Category
7/29 Eastern Promenade