Film Screening Venues

Yale has a variety of spaces in which students can screen a film. For more detailed information on how to arrange an on-campus screening, including projectionist fees, visit the Yale Film Archive’s website.

For information on smaller capacity screening rooms visit Undergraduate Production’s venue page or contact the operations manager of your residential college.

Classroom availability can be found on the 25Live room management system. Any use of classroom space must comply with the Building Use Guide for Yale University Classrooms.

NOTE: HQ L01 and HQ L02 are not available for student use this semester.

Humanities Quadrangle Screening Room (HQ L01, the Alice Room), 320 York Street

This 93-seat screening room is available to screen in 35mm, 16mm, and Digital Cinema Package (DCP). Screenings in this venue require a projectionist, requested online, which should be submitted as soon as the room is booked.

To book this space use: 25Live

Humanities Quadrangle Lecture Hall (HQ L02), 320 York Street

This lecture hall seats 187 audience members and can be used to screen 35mm, 16mm, and Digital Cinema Package (DCP) media. Screenings in this venue require a projectionist, requested online, which should be submitted as soon as the room is booked.

To book this space use: 25Live

Linsly-Chittenden Hall, Room 101 (LC 101), 63 High Street

LC101 is a 149-seat lecture hall equipped wth Blu-Ray and DVD screening capabilities as well as a projection booth and AV podium.

To book this space use: 25Live

LORIA 250 & 351, Loria Center, 190 York Street

Loria 250 is a 162-seat lecture hall equipped with DCP digital screening technology. This system requires a projectionist. contact both Nicole Chardiet (203.432.2668) in History of Art and the Registrar (203.432.2330). DCP screenings in this venue require a projectionist, requested online, which should be submitted as soon as the room is booked. This screening room is primarily accessed through swipe entry on the third floor (Room 361) with a secondary keyed entry on the second floor (Room 250).

Loria 351 is a 106-seat lecture hall with digital screening technology located on the third floor.

These rooms are available on a first-come-first-served basis to registered student groups. If you are affiliated with a registered undergraduate group, fill out the event creation form on your YaleConnect portal to reserve these spaces.

Direct all questions to the Department of the History of Art.

LUCE 101, 34 Hillhouse Avenue

This 155-seat lecture is set up for digital projection needs from the podium. This room is available on a first-come-first-served basis to registered student groups. If you are affiliated with a registered undergraduate group, fill out the event creation form on your YaleConnect portal to reserve this room.

Silliflicks

The Silliflicks screening room, located in below entryways A and C in Silliman College, can accommodate 53 people in fixed stadium seating.  Silliflicks is available to reserve for all Silliman students. Visit Silliman’s website for information

William L. Harkness Hall, room 119 (WLH 119)
100 York Street

This lecture hall has a capacity of 107 seats, a full projection system, and room-darkening shades. This room is available on a first-come-first-served basis to registered undergraduate student organizations. To reserve, fill out the event request form on your group’s YaleConnect Portal .