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Film Screening at the Film Study Center

The Yale Film Study Center, located at 53 Wall Street, offers several options for individuals, groups, and classes wishing to view films onsite. These include two flatbed film (35mm, 16mm) viewing facilities, 12 individual video viewing booths (accommodating DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, and Laserdisc), and two screening rooms. Room B-20 (capacity 25) is available for screenings and classroom instruction, with a 90-inch monitor and a separate screen for 3D Blu-ray and 16mm projection. Room B-21 (capacity 15) has a 75-inch monitor and 16mm projection capabilities. Both rooms accommodate DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, and Laserdisc. The Yale television network is also available in both rooms via Roku. To make reservations, call the Film Study Center at 203-432-0148.

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http://its.yale.edu/centers/film-study-center/about-yale-film-study-center

Who can use it?

Any member of the Yale community and visiting scholars can schedule a screening at the Film Study Center.

How much does it cost?

There is no charge to watch a video (DVD, Blu-ray, or VHS) at the Film Study Center. Charges may apply for 16mm screenings or screenings in other venues. Click here for details.

How do I get it?

To arrange a screening in a Film Study Center Screening Room for groups of 25 or fewer people, or to reserve an individual viewing booth, call 203-432-0148 during business hours.

Where can I get help?

Call the Film Study Center at 203-432-1048 for assistance, or visit their website for additional information. For screenings in other venues on campus, click here.

Film Screening at the Film Study Center

Service manager: 
Michael Kerbel
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Film Screening
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visual media for teaching and learning
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Screenings at the Film Study Center
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Individual, class, and group film screenings can be arranged at the Yale Film Study Center.
The Yale Film Study Center, located at 53 Wall Street, offers several options for individuals, groups, and classes wishing to view films onsite. These include two flatbed film (35mm, 16mm) viewing facilities, 12 individual video viewing booths (accommodating DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, and Laserdisc), and two screening rooms. Room B-20 (capacity 25) is available for screenings and classroom instruction, with a 90-inch monitor and a separate screen for 3D Blu-ray and 16mm projection. Room B-21 (capacity 15) has a 75-inch monitor and 16mm projection capabilities. Both rooms accommodate DVD, Blu-ray, VHS, and Laserdisc. The Yale television network is also available in both rooms via Roku. To make reservations, call the Film Study Center at 203-432-0148.
Who can use it?: 
Any member of the Yale community and visiting scholars can schedule a screening at the Film Study Center.
How much does it cost?: 

There is no charge to watch a video (DVD, Blu-ray, or VHS) at the Film Study Center. Charges may apply for 16mm screenings or screenings in other venues. Click here for details.

How do I get it?: 
To arrange a screening in a Film Study Center Screening Room for groups of 25 or fewer people, or to reserve an individual viewing booth, call 203-432-0148 during business hours.
Where can I get help?: 

Call the Film Study Center at 203-432-1048 for assistance, or visit their website for additional information. For screenings in other venues on campus, click here.

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