Because Film/Media is an interdisciplinary program, many Film/Media classes are cross-listed with other departments, so students additionally have access to several other facilities on campus. These facilities include:
The Fine Arts Computer Lab includes 18 Final Cut Pro work stations, several Avid editing work stations, a Blu-Ray authoring station, and HD projection.
The Harrington Hub Lab @ the LLRC is located in Swan Hall and serves as the Film/Media equipment checkout space. Film/Media production equipment is consistently updated and upgraded, and currently includes HD video cameras, 16mm motion picture cameras, DSLR cameras and lens kits, Marantz sound recorder kits, Zoom sound recorder kits, MacBook Pros, wireless mics, and Lowell, Arri, and soft light kits. The Hub also serves as an editing lab with 8 MacPros and Imacs which are specifically configured for video editing and include Final Cut Studio and support Blu-Ray authoring.
The Champlin Interactive 3D Lab is in Tyler Hall which specializes in Maya 3D software and features the Unity gaming engine.
The Swan Hall Agnes Doody Auditorium is a larger screening space with HD capabilities and has a capacity of 230. Many film events and larger lectures are held in this auditorium.
The Film/Media Screening Room is a smaller screening space which has a capacity of 37. Smaller film events, like a weekly student screening series, are held in this space, as well as smaller critical studies classes.
A High-Definition TV Studio is located in Chafee 204. The studio features HD studio cameras, production switcher, recorders, teleprompter, sound mixer and new lighting. This space is available for class projects, sound recording, studio production, or group use.