"One of the best films of the year!"
—Burlington Free Press
Winner, Best Short Narrative Film awards at San Francisco International Film Festival, Columbus Film Festival, Athens Film Festival, New England Film Festival, and Cine Golden Eagle.
A film by Jay Craven (1989)
Based on the story by Howard Frank Mosher
Starring Greg Germann, Jane MacFie, Dennis Mientka
Set in 1959, HIGH WATER chronicles the story of Waterman, a Vermont farm boy who faces every possible natural and man-made obstacle, especially his mulish father, as he sets out for his first stock car race off the family farm.
For communities, towns, cities, institutions, private libraries, and state agencies that want to show the film to a public audience. Any time you are showing this film outside the confines of your institution you must buy the rights to a community screening. The director and members from the movie are also available to travel to your town and be part of a Q and A after the screening. To inquire and book a screening Click HERE.
For private screenings (in your living room). No public screening rights are given with purchase of personal use DVD. This price is not for organizations/schools or institutions.
$65—PUBLIC LIBRARY USE
For public libraries only. Private colleges and universities must buy the educational package.