Tufts Environmental Film Club

The TIE Environmental Film Club is open to all members of the Tufts community interested in learning more about environmental issues, becoming involved with the Tufts Institute of the Environment, or just looking to watch and discuss a great movie.

We hope that this club will help foster ongoing campus-wide conversations about themes of the environment and environmental sustainability.

The selected films will be followed by audience discussions- and when possible, facilitated by Tufts faculty and / or outside environmental experts / activists – to deepen dialogue and enrich our experience. We will be partnering with other groups, including but not limited to Tufts student groups, for film showings.


Check back for a list and descriptions of future and potential films that the TIE Film Club will show. 

If you have any film suggestions or are interested in partnering with TIE’s Film Club in a movie viewing event, please contact our graduate intern, Tatiana!



Previous Events Include:

Together with Tufts Office of Sustainability, TIE we hosted the film Age of Consequences on April 18, 2017. The film screening was part of the events celebrating the Earth Month at Tufts University.

TIE arranged the film Arise – Women Healing the Environment on March 13, 2017

Together with the Fletcher Arctic Initiative, we hosted a kick-off celebration on February 16th for the Fletcher Arctic Conference, a TIE-sponsored event. The film was followed by a Q&A discussion with the Film Director, Stephen Smith.

Tufts interdisciplinary graduate certificate program, Water: Systems, Science, and Society, collaborated with TIE Film Club to show the film, Before the Flood.

In September of 2016, we partnered with the world renowned D.C. Environmental Film Festival in their first ever Boston showcase! It was a spectacular event which featured the films:


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