Screening Room

The Screening Room will remain closed for the Spring 2021 semester.

We will, however, be hosting virtual film screenings. Check them out here:

In light of the continued community spread of COVID-19 across the U.S. and around the world, Indiana University has adjusted its academic calendar for 2020–21. This page contains information and links specific to students, faculty and staff at IU Bloomington.

We encourage you to stay up-to-date with information from Indiana UniversityWith the leadership of our Public Safety and Institutional Assurance team, Indiana University is closely monitoring the evolving situation with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

The IU Libraries Screening Room (Wells Library 048) offers high-quality film and video projection with the flexibility of an open floor space for use by seminar classes and high-profile symposia. It seats up to 48 people with theater seating, and can be arranged to accommodate a smaller number of individuals either with theater seating or chairs arranged around one or more tables.

The Screening Room is available for booking by Indiana University-affiliated individuals and organizations. Priority is given to screenings on archival or high-end digital technologies that are not met by the average classroom, talks and/or conferences featuring high-profile speakers, new in-progress film/video productions by students and/or faculty, and a select number of classroom screenings.


More information about the Screening Room technology and how to inquire about bookings.