2022 Heritage Event: Celebrating ‘A River Runs Through It’ – Leadership Circle Tickets and Tables


In 1992, Robert Redford brought Maclean’s beautifully crafted tale of family and fly fishing to the big screen via screenwriter Richard Friedenberg’s remarkable adaptation of Maclean’s beloved novella. Filmed on Montana’s Gallatin River, a generation of filmgoers became captivated by the stunning Oscar-winning cinematography of Philippe Rousselot. The fly fishing
industry is reputed to have grown 60 percent in both 1992 and 1993 as a direct result of the film.

This fall on November 3rd, AMFF will recognize the extraordinary contribution to the sport of fly fishing made by the film adaptation of Norman Maclean’s novella A River Runs Through It. Producer Patrick Markey will accept the award at the Racquet and Tennis Club in New York City as several cast and crew reunite to tell stories from this landmark film, shot thirty years ago but fondly remembered to this day.

The Big Sky Table includes ten premium seats, or support with an Oro (Gold) or Plata (Silver) Leadership Circle ticket.



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Leadership Circle Opportunities

Plata Single Ticket ($1,000), Oro Single Ticket ($2,500), Big Sky Table of Ten ($10,000)