Program Highlights

COVID-EO Film Festival and Competition: FMS is will be hosting our second annual COVID-EO Film Festival Screening on Thursday, December 9 at 6:30 pm in Barnum 08. Film submissions include short films that reflect or respond to life in the COVID era and creatively depict life for Tufts students during this unique period in our history. The in person screening will include an announcement of the winning films and a brief Q&A with the filmmakers. The event is open to the community. Masks required. View the event details.

2022 Winternships applications are open! Winternships provide a media "boot camp" internship experience at highly regarded film and media organizations around the country. Offered the first week in January, Winternships are open to students of all majors and classes, including seniors graduating in December. This year, Winternships will be remote. Applications are due Monday, November 22, 2021. Review details and application information.

FMS Narratives, A blog for all the latest news: The fall 2020 semester was a challenging but ultimately rewarding one for us as we welcomed students back to campus and successfully adapted to teaching while following the strict safety protocols mandated by the university. We hosted several online events, including our first ever student film festival and re-imagined our Winternship program to fit in the current remote work environment. To read all about our fall semester, visit our FMS Narratives website.

Virtual Notice Board: Can’t stop by Barnum Hall to check out what’s up on the notice board? Check out our new online notice board where you can view all the flyers for events, internships, opportunities, and more!

Congratulations to the FMS Class of 2021! View the list of graduates who Majored and Minored in FMS.

COVID-eo Film Festival and Competition Winners: Congratulations to the winners of the first FMS student film festival and competition. We received over 20 short film submissions from students across all the Tufts campuses. The films, which were all two minutes or less, represented a range of filmmaking forms: narrative, documentary, animation, music video, and more. The live screening was held on December 3, 2020 and was well-attended on Vimeo and Facebook. View Covid-eo winning films.

List of winners:
1st Place: Eli Beutel "Hesh's of the Afternoon"
2nd Place: Rosa Stern Pait "Miss You Too"
Honorable Mention: Alexandra Soo "Maskfishing", Maya Pockrose "March 268th", Tyler Markovich "Front"