Film Screening Venues

Across Yale College’s campus, there are several venues specifically designed for film screenings. You can find a number of these in the list below. For more detailed information on how to arrange an on-campus screening and projectionist fees, visit the Yale Film Archive’s website.

On top of the venues listed through the Yale Film Archive and on this page, there are additional venues such as theaters or TV rooms that have smaller capacities in the residential colleges. You can find more information on our performance venue’s page or by contacting the specific college offices.

Be sure to review the details below and contact the appropriate office for more information or to reserve a space.

Classroom availability can be found on the 25Live room management system. Please re-check availability before requesting space. When browsing rooms, click on the “Locations” tab to access different calendar views. Any use of classroom space must comply with the Building Use Guide for Yale University Classrooms.

Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium Auditorium

Located in the at 53 Wall Street, the auditorium seats 250 people. The Yale Student Film Festival and many Yale Film Society screening events are held here. It has both digital and film projectors.

More information about the auditorium and Films at the Whitney, including upcoming events, technical specs, and contact info, can be found at the Whitney Humanities Center’s website.


Loria 250

LORIA 361/250 & 351

The Loria Center is located at 190 York Street.

Room 361/250 is a 162-seat lecture hall with digital screening technology available primarily accessed through swipe entry on the third floor (Room 361) with a secondary keyed entry on the second floor (Room 250).

Room 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.


212 York St Room 106212 York St., Room 106

This adjustable room can be arranged to hold up to 60 people and has capabilities for projecting both digital and film media.

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 between 8am-5pm on weekdays. For evening and weekend reservations, contact the Film and Media Studies Program office.


Luce 101LUCE 101

This 155-seat lecture hall is located in Luce Hall at 34 Hillhouse Ave. It 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.


WLH 119WLH 119

This lecture hall with a capacity of 107 is a commonly used screening venue. It includes 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.


SilliflicksSilliflicks

Silliflicks, located in below entryways A and C in Silliman College, is a screening room that can accommodate 53 people in fixed stadium seating. 

Silliflicks is available to reserve for all Silliman students. Visit Silliman’s website for information including availability, policies, and contact info.