Environmental Film Festival Introduces:
Watch Online Wednesdays
The Environmental Film Festival is launching a new weekly post—Watch Online Wednesdays. Every Wednesday, we will present a film from our archives in an effort to share our diverse collection of films from past EFF festivals.
Today, we are featuring David Conover’s Exploring Bloody Bay Wall. This documentary short (13 min.) examines Bloody Bay Wall, a 5,000-foot underwater cliff off Little Cayman Island in the Caribbean Sea. Conover’s film captures Bloody Bay Wall as a place of rich ocean biodiversity that’s worthy of extensive research, exploration, and conservation.
We hope you enjoy watching, and feel free to leave feedback on the film in the comment box below. We look forward to hearing your thoughts!
Want to watch more environmental films? Over 120 films from past EFF festivals can be accessed online here.