Diversity and Inclusion in Our Wild Spaces

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Keep it Wild Shorts
Roxie Theater Sun, Apr 17, 2016 1:00 PM

Short films about the people protecting our wild spaces and the landscapes that inspire them.

Film Info
Director:Jason Fitzpatrick
Year of Production:2015
Premiere Status:San Francisco Premiere
Topic:Keep it Wild
Bay Area
Running Time:8 min.


A campfire discussion on improving the diversity of both visitors and employees within our parks and wild spaces. A gathering of extraordinary people in Yosemite National Park from non-profit agencies, land management bureaus and those involved in the movement to encourage more people of color to explore outdoors. As the National Park Service turns 100 this year, this film brings to light the important issues facing today's conservation movement and outdoor recreation.


DISCUSSION WITH: Jason Fitzpatrick, director; Teresa Baker, founder, African American National Parks Event.

Part of our Keep It Wild shorts program - a collection of wild stories that venture into our magnificent outdoor spaces and the lives of people dedicated to protecting them.

Additional Information

From network sitcoms to studio features, Jason Fitzpatrick brings 15+ years of experience in the film and television industry. He is currently directing, editing and shooting Primetime In No Time, the most successful show in internet history – with more than 650 million streams to date. His filming adventures include In The Know Traveler, a TV show that took him all around the world. Jason is a graduate of Loyola Marymount Film School.