Media Services will provide Film Screening support in Dana Auditorium, Twilight Auditorium and Axinn 232. All three spaces support viewing of DVD, Blu-Ray and VHS. 35mm films can only be screened in Dana and Axinn 232. Axinn 232 is the preferred space for 16mm, though Dana has that capability as well.
Please note: Media Services requires 5 business days notice to provide film screening support.
Film Screening checklist - for any screening in the rooms mentioned above
- Arrange for a suitable screening room Course-related screenings are scheduled via the Course Scheduler in the Registrar's Office (x5069) Plan to coordinate with that office for an appropriate teaching space if your audiovisual requirements for a semester are substantial. Other screenings are considered "events" and are scheduled by Event Management via the Event Reservation Request Form
- Contact the Reserve Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) to place the DVDs and videos you will be using on reserve for your course. Check here for more reserve info. If you provide the date of the screening and who will be screening it, Reserve staff will also place a booking on the media.
- Read the general film screening guidelines.
- Fill out the Film Screening Request form
Film screenings in all other spaces are the responsibility of the faculty or sponsor of the screening. If you would like training on how to use the projection equipment in a space, please call the Helpdesk and we will be happy to arrange a training session. You may also designate a student screener or assistant and we can help train them, as well. Also, make sure that your film is in a supported format: DVD or Online media are supported as long as you have the rights for screening. VHS is support in most spaces, as well, however VCRs are gradually being removed. Consult this page for more information on the removal of VCRs. For more details on supported formats, please consult the Supported Projection Formats page.
Films and videos from sources outside the College may be booked by contacting Sue Driscoll in Acquisitions at least two weeks before your screening. This will give your group time to reserve a room, promote your film and obtain financing approval.
Student groups wishing to screen a film please visit Event Management's Student Planning web page for guidance.
"Renewal: Stories from America's Religious-Environmental Movement"
Monday, September 26, 2011
220 McCardell Bicentennial Hall
Producers Marty Ostrow and Terry Kay Rockefeller's documentary is inspired by the many Americans who are answering the spiritual call to confront the enormous challenges of environmental degradation. From within their Christian, Jewish, Buddhist and Muslim tradition, these men and women are finding ways to become caretakers of the earth. With great courage, they are re-examining what it means to be human and how we choose to live on this planet. The religious-environmental movement grows as people from diverse traditions work to build a sustainable future. "Renewal" is their story.
"The religious-environmental movement is potentially key to dealing with the greatest problem humans have ever faced, and it has never been captured with more breadth and force than in 'Renewal.' I hope this movie moves many more people off the fence and into action." Bill McKibben, environmentalist and author of The End of Nature.
Producer Marty Ostrow will be on hand following the film for discussion.