Make sure you click the JHU-MICA Film Centre Classroom/Production Facility checkout accordingly. 

Specific room information can be found in our inventory system here. 

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Reserving Classroom Spaces

Film Centre classroom spaces may be reserved by anyone teaching or taking a Film Centre course who needs a room for casting, screenings, meetings, or other gatherings. Reservations may be made for up to a day. If you're planning on having more than 10 attendees, providing food and/or beverages, or requesting a different furniture configuration, you'll need to fill out an events form which can be found in the reservation system. 

All classroom reservations must be approved by an admin so make sure to plan ahead! Make your reservations 24-hours ahead of time at least! Event forms must be submitted 48-hours ahead of time. 

Specific room information can be found in our inventory system here

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Reserving Production Spaces

Anyone who would like to reserve a production facility must attend an orientation and sign the JHU-MICA Film Centre User Agreement. Please read Reserving our Equipment for more information. 

Film Centre Production spaces may be reserved by students enrolled in Film Centre courses who require a space to complete class assignments. See below for specific room regulations . If you are reserving production facilities for an extended period of time, you will need to fill out a production form which can be found in the reservation system.   

The Film Centre production facilities (other than the copy stand room) are accessed via keys and therefore are only accessible between the hours of 9AM-6PM M-F, 11AM-4PM Saturday (hours may differ over breaks and holidays) in 4 hour increments that can only be renewed once. Typical reservations will be approved at pickup.

After the hours of 6PM 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 fill out a production form found in the reservation system. Overnight slots are: 6PM-9AM M-F, 6PM-11AM F-Sat, and 4PM-9AM Sat-M (hours may differ over breaks and holidays). Once you have proven proficiency you will be granted privileges to make overnight reservations on your own. 

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

 

Copy Stand Room

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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. 

 

Small Narrative Recording/Mixing room, and Small 1080 Editing Suite: 231/233:

 

Small 4K Editing Suite and Small Finishing Room: 235/237: 

 

Large Editing Suite: 224: 

Photo by Karl Connolly

Photo by Karl Connolly

 

Recording Studio Live Side and Control Side 210/212:

Photo by Karl Connolly

Photo by Karl Connolly

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.

Students who have class in this space, who have card access, will still need to make reservations and pick up the key to mark their reservations.  

 

Recording Studio Live Side ONLY: 210

Photo by Karl Connolly

Photo by Karl Connolly

The Film Centre recording studio live side can be reserved independently by anyone enrolled in a Film Centre course who needs a quiet space to record in using an external recorder. You may also look into the Small Narrative Recording/Mixing Room. 

 Sound Stage223

Photo by Karl Connolly

Photo by Karl Connolly

The Film Centre sound stage is reserved for students who have completed safety training.

 

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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.