Hike Slow: A Film by Clara and Rosalie Haizlett
Hike Slow is the story of two sisters and their attempt to find a deeper, more reverent connection to the natural world and to one another. It's a light hearted, educational film that chronicles their journey to Montana's Centennial Valley, where they spent two weeks as artists-in-residence at the Taft-Nicholson Environmental Humanities Center. The short documentary focuses on themes of slowing down in nature, cultivating creativity, and deepening bonds with loved ones.
About the director
Clara Haizlett is a freelance journalist and emerging filmmaker from Bethany, West Virginia. She has produced work for outlets like PBS, the Smithsonian, and NPR member stations in West Virginia and Virginia. Clara gravitates towards stories that revolve around people, the natural world and the relationship that exists between them.