Join Indiana University Cinema in honoring our amazing Volunteer Ambassadors for National Volunteer Week, April 19-25! Our Usher Corps and Promotional Street Team members donate their time and work days, nights, and weekends to help IU Cinema create world-class cinematic events. So during National Volunteer Week, we want to take this opportunity to say to… Read more »
The Provost’s Office for Indiana University has been doing a wonderful documentary project since 2016. It is called IU 2020 and it follows twelve students from the class of 2020 during their time at IU. There are new episodes to come in the fall, but the two seasons that have been released are excellent. The… Read more »
IU Cinema celebrates IU Day 2019 by highlighting the transformative experiences of its patrons over the years, including Indiana University students who have helped make IU Cinema one of the best university cinemas in the country. Below is senior Olivia’s Seyerle’s essay on how IU Cinema has transformed her experience as an Indiana University student…. Read more »
Guest post by Alyssa Brooks, IU Cinema’s Events and Operations Assistant, and Caitlyn Stevens, the Cinema’s Social Media Specialist and Marketing & Engagement Assistant. At yesterday’s First Thursdays Festival, IU Cinema was celebrating The Art of the Film Score in honor of today’s Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Program and IU Cinema’s long-standing commitment to live music events…. Read more »
In a 2010 interview with The Daily Mirror, Prince declared that “The internet was completely over.” In 2010 he was more referring to the idea of putting your music online for consumption and taking issue with iTunes and companies like it for not paying artists their fair share for what they were giving the music… Read more »
When you walk down Walnut Street on the square, just past Subway and Landlocked Music, you pass by an impressive limestone façade that once housed the Princess Theatre. Longtime Bloomington residents will remember seeing movies at the Princess and its sister-theater, the Towne Cinema, which was originally called the Harris Grand.