Loyola University Maryland

Environmental Film Series

Film roll with crab and marsh, text

The Baltimore Environmental Film Series at Loyola University Maryland was inspired by the great environmentally themed film festivals in the mid-Atlantic including Environmental Film Fest in the Nation’s Capital and The Environmental Film Fest at Yale

As a Jesuit Catholic Institution environmental sustainability is important to the mission and values of Loyola University Maryland.  This film series merges the art of film with education and advocacy for those affected by the major environmental issues of the time.  The film series is one of many events publicizing a new, interdisciplinary minor in Environmental and Sustainability Studies. 

The film events are open to the public and free unless otherwise stated.  The majority of the events will consist of short and a feature followed by a discussion of the film with the audience. 

Spring 2016 - Finale

April 22 – 7:30 PM, Earth Day Movie Under the Stars, Location: Academic Quad, RAIN LOCATION: McGuire Hall, Evergreen Campus Student Center, 4501 North Charles Street     

  • Wall-E (Stanton, 2008)  
  • Event guide
  • Event Flier
  • Free Event - open to the public
  • Free parking along Coldspring Lane and on campus in the Butler/Hammerman Lot.  Free parking is also available in the Jenkins Lot off Coldspring Lane after 6:30 PM.
  • Bring blankets and chairs and join us outside on the quad for a movie under the stars celebrating Earth Day.  If it looks like rain, the event will be inside in McGuire Hall. 

Past Events

September 23, Govanstowne Farmers Market, 5104 York Road

October 21 – Evergreen Campus Student Center, 4501 North Charles Street     

November 2 - Senator Theatre, 5904 York Road

Thank you to the following sponsors from Loyola University Maryland: Messina; the departments of Chemistry, Physics, Law & Social Responsibility, Theology, & Economics; Film Studies, Office of Student Engagement, Natural and Applied Sciences, and Environmental & Sustainability Studies.