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Cornell Cinema is an integral part of the fabric of campus life at Cornell. As one of the leading campus film exhibition programs in the country, Cornell Cinema provides access to a host of classic Hollywood and foreign films, documentaries, silent films, cult classics, experimental work, and recent Hollywood and arthouse hits. Programming includes interactive programming by visiting filmmakers, faculty or graduate students.
Cornell Cinema News
The Sept. 26 talk was recorded and is now available to view on eCornell.Read more
Cornell Cinema is proud to regularly feature 35mm prints in its programming, an increasingly rare filmgoing experience…Read more
The cinema's fall schedule includes "Rocky Horror Picture Show," as well as some of the British Film Institute’s top movies of all time.Read more
Rachel Bean, the Jacob Gould Schurman Professor in the Department of Astronomy and senior associate dean for math and science, has been named interim A&S dean.Read more
“From the Big Red to the Red Carpet” featured Scott Ferguson ’82 and Michael Kantor ’83, Emmy-winning producers of HBO’s “Succession” and PBS' “American Masters” series.Read more
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Cornell Cinema has been in existence since 1970 and for five decades has broadened the horizons of tens of thousands of students and community members. We rely on annual assistance from individual donors to present a high-caliber program year after year, and to remain nimble and responsive to rapidly evolving technologies & circumstances that change the ways films are released and experienced.
A donation from you, large or small, will help us continue to offer the wide variety and quality of films patrons have come to expect from Cornell Cinema, as well as present the increasingly important live events (visiting filmmakers, live music/film performances) that bring people into the theatre at a time when there are so many alternative ways to view a film on its own.
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