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Our production facility reservation system can be found here
All non-production spaces can be reserved using the classroom scheduler which can be found here

A Film Centre Production space may be reserved by students enrolled in Film Centre courses who require a space to complete class assignments. Prior approval and training must occur before access to our production facilities may be granted.

Unless you are a major, minor or concentrator in any of the four Film Centre academic programs you will only have access to our production spaces while you are enrolled in a Film Centre production class that requires it. The four programs are: JHU MA in Film and Media, JHU BA in Film and Media Studies, MICA MFA in Filmmaking, and MICA BFA in Film and Video. Our production spaces include: editing suites, a sound stage, a sound stage control room, and a recording studio.

Copy Stand Room

The copy stand room is reserved for students enrolled in a Film Centre animation course or for majors who have received special permission from their professor and the animation professor to complete a class assignment. 

The Copy Stand room is accessed via our card swipe system and therefore is accessible as long as the building is open. After the hours of 7PM you'll have to reserve from 7PM-9AM M-F, 7PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M to hold the spot. A and B refer to the 2 copy stands in this room. 

Editing Suites:

The Film Centre editing suites are accessed via keys and therefore are only accessible between the hours of 9AM-7PM M-F, 11AM-4PM Saturday in 4 hour increments that can only be renewed once. Typical reservations will be approved at pickup.

After the hours of 7PM you'll have to seek special permission for overnight access. This privilege is reserved for majors who have proven proficiency of the space. In order to request overnight access you must respond to the automatic email you receive once your reservation is confirmed - removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu but keeping tlevasseur@mica.edu. State your class and project and why you need the facility overnight. Overnight slots are: 7PM-9AM M-F, 7PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M.

The Film Centre editing suites are divided into 3 categories. 

Stereo Editing Suites: 231/233: There are two stereo editing suites that may be reserved by anyone at the Film Centre who has declared a major, minor, or concentrator in one of the four programs (see above in bold). Any non-majors enrolled in a course at the film centre who needs the room to complete a class assignment will need special permission from their professor with tlevasseur@mica.edu CC'd. 

Small 5.1 Editing Suites: 235/237: There are two 5.1 surround sound editing suites that may be reserved by anyone at the Film Centre who has declared a major, minor, or concentrator in one of the four programs (see above in bold) who is a junior/senior undergraduate or graduate student. Any non-majors enrolled in a course at the film centre who needs the room to complete a class assignment will need special permission from their professor with tlevasseur@mica.edu CC'd and will give first priority to those enrolled in a sound course. 

Large 5.1 Editing Suite: 224: There is one 5.1 surround sound editing suite that may be reserved by anyone at the Film Centre who has declared a major, minor, or concentrator in one of the four programs (see above in bold) who is a senior undergraduate or graduate student. Any non-majors enrolled in a course at the film centre who needs the room to complete a class assignment will need special permission from their professor with tlevasseur@mica.edu CC'd and will give first priority to those enrolled in a sound or special effects course. 

Recording Studio Live Side and Control Side212

The Film Centre recording studio is reserved for students enrolled in a Film Centre sound course taking place in that room, or anyone at the Film Centre who has declared a major, minor, or concentrator in one of the four programs (see above in bold) and who has been trained. Any non-majors enrolled in a non-sound course at the film centre who needs the room to complete a class assignment will need special permission from their professor with tlevasseur@mica.edu CC'd and will give first priority to those enrolled in a sound or special effects course. 

 Walk-in tech support hours are available Wednesdays 1pm-5pm on days the cage is open (so breaks excluded, check break hours below). The tech may be in the cage so check there if you don't see anyone in the studio. 

The Film Centre recording studio is accessed via keys and therefore is only accessible between the hours of 9AM-7PM M-F, 11AM-4PM Saturday in 4 hour increments that can only be renewed once. The only exception to this are students who have class in this space who will have card access in order to come and go for class. If it is your first time reserving the space under the new system you may be asked to elaborate on your experience prior to approval. To do this, reply to the confirmation email you receive when making a reservation and keep tlevasseur@mica.edu included, removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu and state what you need the space for. The cage will then assess if they need to provide any support or answer any questions ahead of, or during your reservation prior to approval. The same process is followed for extending the space overnight and is a privilege only allotted to majors who have proven their knowledge of the space. After the hours of 7PM you'll have to seek special permission for overnight access. This privilege is reserved for majors who have proven proficiency of the space. In order to request overnight access you must respond to the automatic email you receive once your reservation is confirmed - removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu but keeping tlevasseur@mica.edu. State your class and project and why you need the facility overnight. Overnight slots are: 7PM-9AM M-F, 7PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M.

Recording Studio Live Side ONLY: 210

The Film Centre recording studio live side can be reserved independently by anyone enrolled in a Film Centre course who need a quiet space to record using an external recorder. Email tlevasseur@mica.edu to request access to this resource. 

The Film Centre recording studio live side is accessed via keys and therefore is only accessible between the hours of 9AM-7PM M-F, 11AM-4PM Saturday in 4 hour increments that can only be renewed once. After the hours of 7PM you'll have to seek special permission for overnight access. This privilege is reserved for majors who have proven proficiency of the space. In order to request overnight access you must respond to the automatic email you receive once your reservation is confirmed - removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu but keeping tlevasseur@mica.edu. State your class and project and why you need the facility overnight. Overnight slots are: 7PM-9AM M-F, 7PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M.

Sound Stage223

The Film Centre sound stage is reserved for students who have declared a major, minor, or concentrator in one of the four programs (see above in bold) and who has been trained. Any non-major enrolled in a course at the film centre who needs the room to complete a class assignment will need special permission from their professor with tlevasseur@mica.edu CC'd and will give first priority to those enrolled in a production course. 

The Film Centre sound stage is accessed via keys and therefore is only accessible between the hours of 9AM-7PM M-F, 11AM-4PM Saturday in 4 hour increments that can only be renewed once. You are required to explain what you need the space for every time you reserve the space. To do this, reply to the confirmation email you receive when making a reservation and keep tlevasseur@mica.edu included, removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu and state what you need the space for. The cage will then assess if they need to provide any support or answer any questions ahead of, or during your reservation prior to approval. The same process is followed for extending the space overnight. After the hours of 7PM you'll have to seek special permission for overnight access. This privilege is reserved for majors who have proven proficiency of the space. In order to request overnight access you must respond to the automatic email you receive once your reservation is confirmed - removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu but keeping tlevasseur@mica.edu. State your class and project and why you need the facility overnight. Overnight slots are: 7PM-9AM M-F, 7PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M.

Sound Stage Control Room221

The Film Centre sound stage control room can be reserved by those enrolled in a Film Centre course who requires use of the space for class. Email tlevasseur@mica.edu to request access to this resource. 

The Film Centre control room is accessed via keys and therefore is only accessible between the hours of 9AM-7PM M-F, 11AM-4PM Saturday in 4 hour increments that can only be renewed once. After the hours of 7PM you'll have to seek special permission for overnight access. This privilege is reserved for majors who have proven proficiency of the space. In order to request overnight access you must respond to the automatic email you receive once your reservation is confirmed - removing noreply@outgoing.mica.edu but keeping tlevasseur@mica.edu. State your class and project and why you need the facility overnight. Overnight slots are: 7PM-9AM M-F, 7PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M.