Loyola University Maryland

Environmental Film Series

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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 the interdisciplinary minor in Environmental Studies. The series is supported by many programs and offices across campus and supported by funding from the Loyola College Dean's Office & other sources as noted on the events.

The film events are open to the public and free unless otherwise stated.  The majority of the events consist of a feature followed by a discussion of the film with the audience. For events on Loyola's campus free parking on campus in the Butler/Hammerman Lot after 4 PM. Street parking is also available along Coldspring Lane after 6 PM.  For events in the Loyola Notre Dame Library, parking is available at the library located at 200 Winston Avenue.

Fall 2022 Baltimore Environmental Film Series 

The Territory (Pritz, 2022)

November 9, 7 PM at the Senator Theatre

Open to the public. Register for free tickets here: https://cglink.me/2hL/r1874307

Presented in collaboration with the Messina program at Loyola

THE TERRITORY provides an immersive on-the-ground look at the tireless fight of the Indigenous Uru-eu-wau-wau people against the encroaching deforestation brought by farmers and illegal settlers in the Brazilian Amazon. The film takes audiences deep into the Uru-eu-wau-wau community and provides unprecedented access to the farmers and settlers illegally burning and clearing the protected Indigenous land. Partially shot by the Uru-eu-wau-wau people, the film relies on vérité footage captured over three years as the community risks their lives to set up their own news media team in the hopes of exposing the truth.

Shuttle service provided from the Loyola Notre Dame Library running in a continous loop from 5 pm until 7 pm and then after the film starting at 8:30 pm.

The Environmental Film Series is sponsored by Environmental Studies and the Dean of Loyola College.