Films are screened five nights a week (Wed–Sun) in the beautiful and historic Willard Straight Theatre (pictured) during the academic year. Occasional screenings are held in Sage Chapel; in the Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Film Forum; the Willard Straight Memorial Room; and outside on the Willard Straight Terrace. We also sponsor monthly screenings of art documentaries at Cinemapolis in downtown Ithaca.

Willard Straight Theatre

Willard Straight Theatre is equipped with Dolby Digital Surround Sound, DCP, 35mm reel-to-reel (w/silent speed option), Blu-ray and DVD projection facilities. 16mm can also be accommodated with portable projectors. A concession stand in the lobby sells reasonably priced popcorn, beverages, candy and organic snacks from the Greenstar Cooperative Market. Seating capacity is 340.
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Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Film Forum

The Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Film Forum is equipped with 16mm, DV Cam, Blu-ray and DVD projection facilities. The SCPA Film Forum seats 100.
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also screening at Cinemapolis

Cinemapolis is Ithaca’s nonprofit movie theater, featuring first-run independent, international and arthouse movies, as well as special local festivals and events. It is located on the Green Street side of the Ithaca Commons, directly across from the Ithaca Transit Green St. station stop. Cornell Cinema currently programs an arts documentary at 9:15 pm on most First Friday Gallery Nights.
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