Ocala, January 9, 2009 – Glen Lau Film & Video has announced the February 2009 release of BIGMOUTH-The 35th Anniversary Edition. This legendary film narrated by Rod Serling describes the lifecycle of the largemouth bass in and around it’s natural habitat. Glen Lau’s underwater cinematography captures the complete birth to death odyssey of bigmouth that is a definitive, one-of-a-kind study of this popular freshwater fish.
“I dedicated over two years making Bigmouth says director Glen Lau, and most of that time was spent underwater befriending the bass so that I was given access to their fascinating world.”
The original film, theatrically released in 1974, has been digitally transferred with new material from Glen Lau and renowned bass expert “Uncle” Homer Circle. The DVD will be unveiled at the Bassmaster Classic in February and will be available for sale shortly thereafter through www.reelbass.net There is also a broadcast/broadband version of Bigmouth that will be released early in 2009. This film has never been televised in its 35-year history.
Screening copies of the film will be available on January 15th for anyone who would like to review the title for publication or electronic media. Glen Lau will also be available for interviews in support of the release.
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