This week, Watch Online Wednesdays brings you a short from our 2015 Festival, “Find Yourself in Rock Creek Park,” directed by Jorge Ribas. Rock Creek Park is one of the oldest and largest urban parks in the U.S., offering a place of relaxation and refuge for residents in the Washington, D.C. metro region. One cyclist says, “Rock Creek is special to people in D.C. because it’s accessible, it’s a place that anybody can make use of, and just really feel like you’re getting away from the city.” The short explores how various people ‘find’ themselves in rock creek park: whether it’s cycling, running, horseback riding, or examining the abundant wildlife, there is something here for everyone.
This year marks the 125th anniversary of Rock Creek Park. Want to stay connected? Check out the Rock Creek Conservancy app on iTunes, which provides enhanced geo-location features to explore the trails, attractions, stables, athletic fields, and more.
Want to watch more environmental films? Over 120 films from past EFF festivals can be accessed online here.