From the traditional to the innovative, our resources and learning spaces make Bucknell one of the best colleges for your exploration of Film/Media Studies.

Watch a classic film as it was meant to be seen in our beautifully restored Art Deco theatre, or make your own movie in our production studio. The best part is that all of our spaces are open to undergraduate students. You don’t have to wait to get started.

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    Film/Media Studies Production Studio, Marts Hall

    The Film/Media Studies Production Studio (003 Marts Hall) provides a wide range of equipment to assist students in the production and exhibition of their creative work. Professional-level cameras, light kits, audio gear and post-production facilities are available for film/media studies majors and students enrolled in production courses. Specialized equipment is also available from Bertrand Library.

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    The Campus Theatre, Downtown Lewisburg

    Watch classic films as they were meant to be seen in one of the few remaining Art Deco theatres in the United States. Built in 1941, the Campus Theatre hosts student screenings every week for English and film classes. You can also catch a different first-run film every weekend of the year at the Campus.

Campus Theatre Internship

The Film/Media Studies Program offers students the opportunity to learn about historic and contemporary film exhibition while earning class credit.

The internship, based at the historic Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg, focuses on film and digital cinema projection. After learning their way around a projector, interns are responsible for curatorial research, producing promotional materials and delivering state­-of-­the-­art projection. This experience is valuable for students looking to pursue a career in film and media production.

Learn more about the Campus Theatre Internship

The Humanities Center, Hildreth-Mirza Hall

Located in the beautifully restored Hildreth-Mirza Hall, Bucknell's Humanities Center supports student and faculty research and takes the study of the humanities beyond the classroom through speakers, events and scholarship.

Hildreth Mirza Hall is also home to a digital editing studio, humanities library and the offices of Bucknell University Press and the Griot Institute for the Study of Black Lives & Cultures — both of which offer internship opportunities for Bucknell students.