14th Avenue and 20th Street,
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A large auditorium located in the basement of the James A. Michener Library on the campus of The University of Northern Colorado. It is a well built and designed cinema space and hosts The International Film Series. Below is a description of the IFS, in their own words, from their website:
“The International Film Series at UNC was established in 1973 as a faculty initiative with volunteer student support. UNC’s Film Studies Minor and the School of English Language & Literature provide the leadership for series operations. The International Film Series is additionally supported with student fees. Many faculty, staff, and students from across campus also volunteer their time in support of the series at UNC.”
Last time I was in, perhaps 5-7years ago, they were equipped with a single projector and platter 35mm booth and they also had a tiny “booth”/cubby up above the actual booth to house a (non DCP) digital projector for screening DVD, Blu-ray and computer-bases content however at that time, they preferred to screen as much 35mm as possible. I remember the projection booth as being one of the smallest I’ve been in and it’s point of entry was unusual to say the least: to enter the booth, one would exit the auditorium from the main set of doors at the left rear of the auditorium which would put you back out into the large, main hallway. You then turned left and on your left hand side, one or two doors down, you entered a wing of offices and the door to the booth (which was in the rear wall of the booth) was in amongst several other doors which lead to individual offices.
I seem to remember the projector being a Century and I feel like someone once told me that it was originally a 2 projector/changeover setup.
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