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Anything I Catch: Film Facts

1990, 3/4 inch videotape: U-matic
30 minutes, Color
Description: This film examines the thrilling regional phenomenon of Cajuns who wade in murky bayou waters to catch huge catfish and turtles by reaching into hollow logs and stumps with their bare hands. Friends and family accompany the handfisherman to the bayou banks for Cajun music, festive cooking, and storytelling, and to witness this increasingly rare tradition.
Copyright: 1990, Charles Bush and Pat Mire
Filmmaker(s): Charles Bush, Pat Mire
Produced by: Pat Mire and Charles Bush
Cinematography: Charles Bush and Pat Mire
Editing: Pat Mire and Charles Bush
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Funding: Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

Distribution: Pat Mire Films
101 Duclos Street, Lafayette, LA 70506
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