The Cinema Department is located in the Cinema House at 201 N. Mulberry Street. The building features a 50-seat screening room with film and digital projection, a 16mm editing space, a digital editing suite with 5K Retina iMac workstations, a student lounge, and a library of DVDs and film-related books and journals, many of them rare or out-of-print.
Additional iMac workstations are located next door in the state-of-the-art Mulberry Intermedia eXperience (MIX) Lab.
The department has an extensive inventory of the camera, lighting, audio, and grip equipment. Some of the software and cameras available to students are listed below:
Software & Equipment
- Adobe Creative Cloud 2017
- Final Draft 8
- Final Cut Pro X
- Logic Pro Audio X
- ProTools 12
The Department of Cinema has more than 70 cameras for students to use in their production courses, including the following:
- 35mm Arri III
- Super16mm Arri SR2
- 16mm Eclair NPR
- 16mm Arri S
- 16mm Bolex H16
DIGITAL CINEMA CAMERAS
- 6K Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera
- 4.6K Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro
- 4K Blackmagic URSA
- Canon C100
- Canon C100 Mark II
- Canon EOS 700D, 600D, and 550D
- Blackmagic Design HD Pocket Cinema Camera
⇒ Use your Big Red ID to access more information on reserving equipment. Visit: MyDenison » Campus Resources » Cinema » Equipment Resources
Mulberry Inter-media eXperimental (MIX) lab
The MIX lab is a 1100 square foot digital media teaching facility and public computing lab developed by and for the Fine and Performing Arts. The MIX lab encourages collaboration among Denison faculty, students and staff on digital multimedia projects.
In this lab, faculty-directed student teams work together on joint projects and generate new work processes and relationships among the traditionally separated disciplines. The centralization of technological resources and the multidisciplinary aspects of the MIX lab naturally lead to a “best practices” among the faculty, who benefit directly and indirectly from each others’ experiences, talents and skills. The shared space and common resources have promoted a cross-pollination of ideas, styles and technical knowledge among both the faculty and the students. These conditions give rise to new classes, new techniques and new concepts of how to make “Art” in the digital age. The MIX is one of the most technically advanced labs on campus. The list of software on each machine is staggering, with a combined total of over 100 applications available for students to use.