Middlebury

 

Facilities and Equipment

The Film and Media Culture Department is located at the Axinn Center, a state-of-the-art facility opened in Fall 2008.
 

Axinn has seven standard classrooms with full multimedia projection, as well as a number of specialized facilities: a Screening Room with 35mm and 16mm film and High Definition Video capabilities; a Video Gallery to showcase video art and student work; and a Macintosh computer lab for teaching video and multimedia.
 
Class meeting in Axinn 001

 
The basement of Axinn contains the specialized production labs for the department, including 10 Mac video editing stations, an audio editing suite, a videogame lab, an animation production lab, and a soundproof teaching studio complete with lighting grid and green-screen curtain. Our equipment room offers a wide range of hardware for students to check out, including dozens of HD and SD video cameras, microphones, lighting kits, audio recorders, digital still cameras, dollies and cranes, and other accessories to support a wide range of media production activities.

Explore our online documentation for a virtual tour of our facilities, and discover the specifications of our equipment inventory that is available to our students.