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Saturday, September 6th at 1:00 pm – Billy Kelly & The Blahblahblahs Superduperextrafun Concert! Lewisburg’s Billy Kelly has been entertaining kids and families since 2009.  National Public Radio has praised Billy’s “endearingly oddball sense of humor”, and Common Sense Media says his music has “a Schoolhouse Rock feel that’s super fun, with vast appeal for kids and adults alike.”  TimeOut New Yorkhas called him “Hilarious” and has declared him “the funniest person in kids music”.  But what do YOU think? Come to this show and totally find out! Billy and his awesome band The Blahblahblahs will be recording this show for a future live album release. Come see this nationally acclaimed Lewisburg-based band at their all-time favorite venue:  The Campus Theatre!  One Show only: Saturday, September 6th at 1:00 pm.   Tickets are $5 individual, $15 per family.   To order or for information call: 570-523-8107;  Visit;  or e-mail   Tickets will be sold at the Campus Theatre Box Office on the day of performance, beginning 2 hours before showtime.  Advanced purchase is recommended.

Sunday, September 14 at 1:00 pm – NT Live - The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – The Bucknell University Departments of Art, English, Theatre and Dance, and Office of the Provost, are sponsoring broadcasts of the National Theatre (NT Live) Season 6 at1:00 PM on selected Sundays this fall.  Like the well-known US Metropolitan Opera productions, cameras are brought to the theatre one evening, and that live performance is seen, via satellite, in over 700 venues around the world.  (In the US, theatres generally delay the broadcasts until the evening, or show the production on different days – these are still the original live satellite feeds – no editing takes place between the time of transmission and showing).  Following its smash-hit live broadcast in 2012, the National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time returns to cinemas.  Based on the acclaimed novel by Mark Haddon, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time has been hailed by The Times as ‘a phenomenal combination of storytelling and spectacle’. Winner of 7 Olivier Awards in 2013, including Best New Play. Christopher, fifteen years old, has an extraordinary brain – exceptional at math while ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. When he falls under suspicion of killing Mrs. Shears' dog Wellington, he records each fact about the event in the book he is writing to solve the mystery of the murder. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a frightening journey that upturns his world. (For more information see <>) The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is rated “suitable for 15+” by the British Board of Film Classification.  Admission:  Adults, $15; Seniors, $12; Special Student Pricing Applies

Thursday, September 18 at 4:00 pm – MATH IN THE MOVIES – Presentation and Reception.  Tony DeRose of Pixar Animation Studios will use numerous examples drawn from Pixar’s feature films to give a behind-the-scenes look at the revolution in film making that has occurred due to advances in areas such as computer technology, geometry, and applied mathematics.  Following the presentation, there will be a reception and opportunity for further discussion with Dr. DeRose.  Free and Open to the Public.  Sponsored by Mathematics, Film/Media Studies, and Computer Science at Bucknell University

Saturday, September 20th, 5:00 pm - Campus Theatre Members’ Event.  FREE to all current Campus Theatre Members.  For Membership information or to find out  more about the event, please contact Director of Outreach & Fundraising,  Jessica Paquin at  570-577-7906 or

Sunday, September 21 at 1:30pm -  Bicycles Against Poverty Reception & Presentation.  Bicycles Against Poverty  ​is a nonprofit organization that ​originally began as a student club at Bucknell in 2008.  BAP is hosting a fundraiser as it returns "home" to Lewisburg, PA in September. BAP provides bicycles, on a financing plan, to rural Ugandans who lack access to basic life needs, such as healthcare, clean water, education, and jobs. To date, we have distributed over 910 bicycles, impacting over 4,500 individuals in the process. This event has a $10 entry fee. For more information, contact and / or visit

Sunday, September 28 at 2:00 pm - Geisinger’s Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute and NEW STORY present a Sensory-Friendly Film Screening of EPIC.  1:30,  Meet and Greet;  2:00, Film Screening.  This event is FREE and open to the public.   Please RSVP or find out more by contacting  or calling (570) 522-6281.   


A MOST WANTED MAN (R) 122 min  -  Thriller.  Director: Anton Corbijn; Stars:Grigoriy Dobrygin, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Homayoun Ershadi.  When a half-Chechen, half-Russian, brutally tortured immigrant turns up in Hamburg's Islamic community, laying claim to his father's ill-gotten fortune, both German and US security agencies take a close interest: as the clock ticks down and the stakes rise, the race is on to establish this most wanted man's true identity - oppressed victim or destruction-bent extremist? (c) Roadside Attractions.  Smart, subtle, and steadily absorbing, A Most Wanted Man proves once again that John le Carre books make for sharp, thoughtful thrillers.

ALI: FEAR EATS THE SOUL (1973) (NR) 93 min. Drama.  Director: Rainer Werner Fassbinder, Germany. Stars: Brigitte Mira, El Hedi Ben Salem, Irm Hermann.  A beautiful homage to Douglas Sirk’s classic melodrama All That Heaven Allows, Fassbinder’s improbable love story pairs a German widow with a Moroccan immigrant twenty years her junior. The prejudice and discrimination they encounter from all sides reveals a cracked humanity in this seminal work of the German New Wave. German with English subtitles.  Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

THE BIG LEBOWSKI (1998) (R) 117 min. Comedy.  Director: Joel and Ethan Coen, U.S. Stars: Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Julianne Moore. Mistaken for a multimillionaire, the Dude (Bridges) enlists the help of his best bowling buddies (Goodman and Steve Buscemi) to get to the bottom of the confusion in this cult favorite, part stoner comedy part noir parody.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

THE BIG SLEEP  (1945) (NR) 116 min. Noir.  Director: Howard Hawks, U.S.  Stars: Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall, John Ridgely.  A classic noir tale of crime, seduction, deception and murder – crafted by a dream team of talent. Raymond Chandler’s acidic novel begat the second of the Bacall-Bogart-Hawks collaborations, a feast packed with quotables from Chandler and screenwriters William Faulkner, Leigh Brackett and Jules Furthman. Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

THE BLUE GARDENIA (1953) (NR) 90 min. Noir. Director: Fritz Lang, U.S. Stars: Anne Baxter, Richard Conte, Ann Sothern. A noir set in a Langian world, where sympathetic characters are doomed by malignant forces. A despondent switchboard operator is seduced by a womanizer, then suspected of murdering him; a newspaper reporter intervenes, epitomizing the director’s cynical view of  mass communication and its deceits.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

BODY AND SOUL  (1925) (NR) 102 min. Drama. Director: Oscar Micheaux, U.S.  Stars: Paul Robeson, Mercedes Gilbert, Julia Theresa Russell. Silent with Live Musical Accompaniment.  One of Micheaux’s masterpieces features the screen debut of legendary actor and singer Paul Robeson playing two roles, one of them a hard-drinking thief and womanizer who poses as a pastor in a small Southern town and preys upon a young member of his congregation.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

BOYHOOD (R) 165 min, Drama.  Director: Richard Linklater; Stars: Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette& Ethan Hawke.  Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, BOYHOOD is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. BOYHOOD charts the rocky terrain of childhood like no other film has before. Snapshots of adolescence from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years from Coldplay's Yellow to Arcade Fire's Deep Blue. BOYHOOD is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting. It's impossible to watch Mason and his family without thinking about our own journey. (c) Sundance Film Fest

CACHE (2005) (R) 117 min. Thriller.  Director: Michael Haneke, France.  Stars: Daniel Auteuil, Juliette Binoche, Maurice Bénichou. Winner of the Best Director prize at Cannes, Haneke’s thriller unearths France's colonialist guilt and present-day racism via its depiction of an affluent couple tormented by anonymous calls, disturbing drawings and surveillance tapes. Each clue points to an ugly secret, leading to the film’s famously enigmatic final shot. French with English subtitles.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

*CASABLANCA (1942) (NR) 102 min. Drama. Director: Michael Curtiz, U.S. Stars: Ingrid Bergman, Humphrey Bogart, Paul Henreid.  Bucknell President John C. Bravman selected this iconic American film to kick off the 2014-2015 Film/Media Series season. Casablanca’s stellar cast, “impudent wit and doomed romanticism, all of it held together by voluptuously emotional anti-fascist sentiment” (David Denby, The New Yorker) earned its status as one of the best loved films in the history of American cinema. Co-presented with the Bucknell Community Engagement Fund. Introduced by Bucknell President John C. Bravman.   Part of the BU Tuesday Evening Film/Media Studies Series. Free & Open to the Public.  (no reserved seating)

*DOUBLE INDEMNITY (1944) (NR) 106 min. Noir.  Director: Billy Wilder Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Edward G. Robinson.  James M. Cain’s torrid novel had been declared too hot for Hollywood’s Production Code Administration for a decade before Wilder willed the project past the censors—mainly by casting it as a morality tale. Stanwyck accepted the challenge of her nasty role, giving a knockout performance as the seductive murderess, and MacMurray broke from years of typecasting as an affable good guy to make insurance man Walter Neff one of the screen’s most cynical anti-heroes.  DCP 70th Anniversary Restoration -Presented by the Bucknell Arts Council during Arts.Everywhere Festival.  Free & Open to the Public..   (no reserved seating)

EPIC (PG) 2013 - 102 min  -  Animation | Adventure | Family; Director: Chris Wedge, Stars: Amanda Seyfried, Josh Hutcherson, Beyoncé Knowles.  A teenager finds herself transported to a deep forest setting where a battle between the forces of good and the forces of evil is taking place. She bands together with a rag-tag group of characters in order to save their world -- and ours.  Sensory Friendly Screening sponsored by Geisinger’s Autism & Developmental Medicine Institute and NEW STORY.  Free & Open to the Public.- RSVP requested  -  or calling (570) 522-6281.   

EXHIBITION (2014) (NR) 104 min. Drama. Director: Joanna Hogg, UK.  Stars: Liam Gillick, Tom Hiddleston, Viv Albertine.  A married couple decide to sell the beautiful modernist house they have loved and lived in for two decades, and the upheaval brings anxieties to the surface, especially for wife and performance artist D (Albertine), who struggles to control the personal and creative aspects of her life with H (Gillick), who is also an artist. Hogg’s treatment of the house, its distinct sounds and architecture fusing with the characters’ interior landscapes (their silences, conflicts, dreams and desire) is precise, elegant, labyrinthine and intensely intimate. Part of the BU Tuesday Evening Film/Media Studies Series.  $2 admission

THE GIRL FROM CHIGAGO (1932) (NR) 70 min. Drama.  Director: Oscar Micheaux, U.S. Stars: Grace Smith, Carl Mahon, Eunice Brooks.  Pioneering black filmmaker Oscar Micheaux made 44 race films (made with mostly all-black casts for black audiences and screened in segregated theaters) between 1919 and 1948, working against stereotypes of African-Americans that pervaded mainstream cinema. This story of an undercover federal agent who falls for a schoolteacher being menaced by a local crime boss reaches fascinating depths as the action moves to Harlem. Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY (PG-13) 121 min  -  Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi.  Director: James Gunn; Stars: Chris Pratt, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper.  Light years from Earth, 26 years after being abducted, Peter Quill finds himself the prime target of a manhunt after discovering an orb wanted by Ronan the Accuser.  Guardians of the Galaxy is just as irreverent as fans of the frequently zany Marvel comic would expect -- as well as funny, thrilling, full of heart, and packed with visual splendor.

HALLELUJAH (1929) (NR) 109 min. Musical.  Director: King Vidor, U.S. Stars: Daniel L. Haynes, Nina Mae McKinney, William E. Fountaine.  This MGM musical was the first of its kind for a major Hollywood studio: shot on location in the South with an all-black cast. Its tale of a minister on the revival circuit, whose troubled past comes back to haunt him, may invite criticism for its stereotypes, but it was a labor of love for Vidor, who worked without salary and hired African-American advisers with his own money.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

HIGH SCHOOL II (1994) (NR) 220 min. Documentary.  Director: Frederick Wiseman, U.S.   Twenty-five years after his Vietnam-era portrait of a Philadelphia high school, America’s greatest documentarian focused on a successful alternative high school in New York’s Spanish Harlem. In the immediate aftermath of the Rodney King verdict, the racially diverse student body and teachers discuss Shakespeare, conflict resolution and how to accommodate a fifteen-year-old mother’s return to school.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

THE HOUSE I LIVE IN (2012) (NR) 110 min. Documentary.  Director: Eugene Jarecki, U.S. Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, Jarecki’s investigative look at America’s war on drugs gathers evidence and interviews experts including Michelle Alexander (author of The New Jim Crow, 2012); a judge in Iowa; academics from Harvard and John Jay College; several journalists; journalist/television producer David Simon (The Wire); and an officer in an Oklahoma corrections center. Co-presented by the Lewisburg Prison Project. Part of the BU Tuesday Evening Film/Media Studies Series.  $2 admission            

THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY (PG) 122 min  -  Drama.  Director: Lasse Hallström, Stars:  Helen Mirren, Om Puri, Manish Dayal.  The Kadam family clashes with Madame Mallory, proprietress of a celebrated French restaurant, after they open their own nearby eatery, until undeniable chemistry causes the Madame to take gifted young chef Hassan under her wing.

IMITATION OF LIFE (1934) (NR) 111 min. Melodrama.  Director: John M. Stahl, U.S.  Stars: Claudette Colbert, Ned Sparks, Louise Beavers.   Two widowed mothers - one white (Colbert), one black (Beavers) - decide to go into business together. In an era reluctant to address racially sensitive issues, Stahl affectingly portrays a woman’s complicated relationship with her light-skinned daughter–who is desperately trying to pass for white.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

IT FELT LIKE LOVE (2013) (NR) 82 min. Drama. Director: Eliza Hittman, U.S. Stars: Gina Piersanti, Giovanna Salimeni, Ronen Rubinstein.  Turning “the coming-of-age formula into a foreboding nightmare" (Indiewire), Hittman has proven herself a talent to watch, a new voice in American independent film distinctive for its unflinching honesty, refreshingly unsentimental tone and adept visualization of the furtive, longing world of adolescence. During a languid Brooklyn summer, 14-year-old Lila pursues her sexual awakening, her overt advances in pursuit of an older boy unmasking her inexperience, quiet desperation and vulnerability. Part of the BU Tuesday Evening Film/Media Studies Series.  $2 admission

LATE SPRING (1949) (NR) 108 min. Drama.  Director: Yasuziro Ozu, Japan.  Stars: Chishu Ryu, Setsuko Hara, Yumeji Tsukioka.   One of the most powerful of family portraits from one of cinema’s greatest directors, Late Spring tells the story of a widowed father who feels compelled to marry off his beloved only daughter. Eminent Ozu players Chishu Ryu and Setsuko Hara command this poignant tale of love and loss in postwar Japan. Japanese with English subtitles.     Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

M (1931) (NR) 111 min. Thriller.  Director: Fritz Lang, Germany.  Stars: Peter Lorre, Gustav Grundgens, Theo Lingen.  Lang's story of a tormented man with a compulsion to kill little girls, who is pursued by both the city’s law enforcement and its criminal underworld, puts both a pathetic murderer and morality on trial. A seminal reflection on justice, a precursor to film noir and an ingenious, haunting example of early sound design. German with English subtitles.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT (PG-13) 97 min  -  Comedy | Drama | Romance.  Director: Woody Allen, Stars: Colin Firth, Antonia Clarke, Natasha Andrews.  A romantic comedy about an Englishman brought in to help unmask a possible swindle. Personal and professional complications ensue.

THE MAN WITH A MOVIE CAMERA (1929) (NR) 67 min. Documentary. Director: Dziga Vertov, U.S.S.R .  One of the most innovative and influential films of the silent era, Vertov’s masterpiece is startlingly modern, its groundbreaking style of rapid editing and incorporation of innumerable cinematic effects creating a brilliant and exhilarating dawn-to-dusk montage of the Russian metropolis.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

*MORE THAN HONEY  (2013) (NR) 91 min. Documentary.  Multiple languages with English subtitles. Director: Markus Imhoof Oscar-nominated director Markus Imhoof tackles the vexing issue of why bees are facing extinction. He investigates the global phenomenon from California to Switzerland, China and Australia. Exquisite macro-photography (reminiscent of Microcosmos) of the bees in flight and in their hives reveals a fascinating, complex world in crisis. Introduced by Elizabeth Capaldi Evans, Associate Professor of Biology & Animal Behavior.  Co-Presented by the Bucknell Film/Media Series and the Department of Biology and Program in Animal Behavior. Free & Open to the Public.

PLAYTIME (1967) (NR) 123 min. Comedy. Director: Jacques Tati, France. Stars: Jacques Tati, Barbara Dennek, Jacqueline Lecomte.  Tati thrust the endearingly clumsy, resolutely old-fashioned Monsieur Hulot into a bafflingly modernist Paris for this monumental achievement. With every inch of its super-wide frame crammed with inventiveness, Playtime is a gloriously choreographed, absurdist satire about confusion in the age of technology. In multiple languages with English subtitles.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

POLICEMAN (2011) (NR) 105 min. Thriller. Director: Nadav Lapid, Israel.  Stars: Yiftach Klein, Yaara Pelzig, Michael Mushonov.  Three years after the Village Voice named Policeman one of the five must-see films of the New York Film Festival, the film is finally receiving its U.S. release.  Considering an unwell body politic, Lapid’s narrative segues adventurously from a soon-to-be father and member of an elite anti-terrorist squad to a group of bourgeois youths decrying Israeli socio-economic disparities. When the film’s two simmering halves meet, Israel’s routine clash with the "Palestinian enemy" is replaced with a threat from revolutionaries who “represent a side of Israel foreign not only to Yaron, but to the paradigm of national cinema Lapid is confronting” (Mark Peranson).  Co-presented with Campus Jewish Life, with support from the Kalman Jewish Life and Learning Fund, and Hillel. Screening as part of Bucknell’s Israeli Film Series, running through November.  Hebrew with English subtitles. Part of the BU Tuesday Evening Film/Media Studies Series.  $2 admission - FREE Popcorn & Soda  sponsored by BU Campus Jewish Life . 

REBEL WITHOUT A CAUSE (1955) (NR) 111 min. Drama.  Director: Nicholas Ray, U.S. Stars: James Dean, Natalie Wood, Sal Mineo.  The timeless classic that fixed James Dean as an immortal  icon for frustrated youth. Dean’s sensitive portrayal of tormented adolescence and Ray’s compassion for the problems of the American family are writ brilliantly large in Cinemascope, drawn in angry, wounded reds.     Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

RUN LOLA RUN (1998) (R) 79 min. Thriller.  Director: Tom Tykwer, Germany  Stars: Franka Potente, Moritz Bleibtreu, Herbert Knaup.   Lola runs not for her own life but for her boyfriend, who has lost a hundred thousand marks of drug money. Tykwer’s breathless roller-coaster of a film gives flame-haired Lola three races against time, three chases through the streets of Berlin, three chances to cheat death. German with English subtitles.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

SHANGHAI EXPRESS (1932) (NR) 82 min. Espionage.  Director: Josef von Sternberg, U.S.  Stars: Marlene Dietrich, Clive Brook, Anna May Wong.  Political intrigue and sexual tension simmer in Sternberg’s fantasy of China, where a train crossing the war-torn country carries Shanghai Lily (Dietrich), fellow courtesan Hui Fei (Wong, the first Chinese American movie star) and Shanghai Lily’s old flame (Brook).   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

SPEEDY (1928) (NR) 86 min. Comedy. Director: Ted Wilde, U.S.  Stars: Harold Lloyd, Ann Christy, Bert Woodruff. The "third genius" of silent comedy, Lloyd made more films than Keaton and Chaplin combined and outpaced both at the box office. Speedy was his last silent. Shot on location and featuring Babe Ruth in one of his three feature-film appearances, the film follows Lloyd’s baseball-mad hero’s efforts to save New York’s last horse-drawn streetcar from extinction.    Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

WONDER BAR (1934) (NR) 84 min. Musical.  Director: Lloyd Bacon, U.S.  Stars: Al Jolson, Kay Francis, Dolores Del Río.  A pre-Code escapist musical set among denizens of a Parisian night club, Wonder Bar features Busby Berkeley's "Goin' to Heaven on a Mule'' production number (with Jolson in blackface) and the shimmering Mexican actress and Hollywood star Dolores Del Río. Murder, romance and racial stereotypes abound. Preserved by Library of Congress.   Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

WRITTEN ON THE WIND (1956) (NR) 99 min. Melodrama.  Director: Douglas Sirk, U.S.   Stars: Robert Stack, Dorothy Malone, Rock Hudson, Lauren Bacall.   Sirk’s always elegant depiction of human despair and loneliness embraces the Hadleys, a family wracked by spiritual degradation. Stack, the oil-rich clan’s alcoholic son, and his best friend (the humbler, sensible Hudson) are both are in love with the radiant Bacall – to the chagrin of Malone, the other miserable Hadley in Sirk’s sublime melodrama.    Bucknell Univ. Film/Media Studies Course Screenings - Free & Open to the Public.

*These events are presented by an outside organization as a rental activity at the Campus Theatre. No discounts, CT movie passes or reserved seating  is eligible for rental events.  For information about renting the theatre for your next event,  please contact Jenni Stieler at 570-577-7902 or

General Admission: 
Adults  $7, Kids/Students/Seniors & Veterans  $6, Campus Theatre Members $5
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INTERESTED IN THE CAMPUS THEATRE MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM? Campus Theatre members provide support vital to the day-to-day existence and operation of The Campus Theatre. Your membership dollars help provide programming that enlightens and entertains. As a member you become part of our history by joining the legacy of supporters who have preserved this treasure since 1941.
Benefits of Membership include:Discounted admission to all regularly scheduled films; Reserve a couch or a seat in advance by calling our 24/7 seat reservation hotline; Discounts on select theatre events, rentals and gift bags; Your name or business on the big screen listed in our preshow; and Invitiations to free “Members Only” events throughout  the year.  Please contact Jessica Paquin for more information about Membership at

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING? Love the movies?  Love the Campus?  Come help take tickets, work concessions, help out with        pre-show set-up.  There are a variety of volunteer    opportunities at The Campus Theatre.  When you volunteer, you are invited to attend the event you volunteer for and also receive a free movie pass (including free popcorn & soda).  For more information about the Campus Theatre’s Volunteer program please contact Gabriele Antenstiener at 

INTERESTED IN SPONSORSHIP? The Campus Theatre offers many kinds of sponsorship for Individuals and organizations to support our programming and building maintenance goals. 
Benefits for sponsors include visibility on-screen, on our website, marquee, media advertising, and   includes tickets to special events and movies for client, staff or promotional use.  Best of all, donor benefits can be customized to fit your needs. An investment in the Campus Theatre is an investment in the community!  Please contact Jessica Paquin for more information about sponsorship opportunities at

INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING AT THE THEATRE?  Prior to our regular Campus Theatre programming, we feature an original 30-minute preshow. Included within the feature (which changes monthly) is a series of ads showcasing local merchants and events. It is a great way to get your information seen by a captive audience and show your community support. Please contact Jessica Paquin for more information about advertising opportunities at

INTERESTED IN RENTING THE THEATRE?  The Campus Theatre can provide a unique and beautiful background for weddings, corporate gatherings, parties, and other special events.  We can help make your event unforgettable.  For information regarding rental packages and pricing please contact Jenni Stieler at

Coming in October

The Trip To Italy


In the Queue*

My Old Lady
The Drop
The Skeleton Twins
This Is Where I Leave You
Love Is Strange


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  • - The BYOB policy at the Campus Theatre is only applicable for specified BYOB Announced Screenings. 
  • - Upon entering the Theatre, all BYOB participating guests must check in at the - Concession counter (“B.Y.O.B. Check In” sign).
  • - Theatre guests may consume 12 ounces of wine or 36 ounces of beer per person.
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  • - Alcohol may not be served to, consumed by, or possessed by anyone under the age of twenty-one.
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  • - Alcohol may not be consumed from its original container.  No glass or cans may be brought into the main theatre area.
  • - We will pour your wine or beer into a plastic cup and keep your wine or beer bottles/cans & your I.D. at our Concession counter during the movie.
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  • - Oversized purses, large bags and backpacks will not be allowed in the main Theatre for BYOB Announced Screenings.  Theatre staff will be happy to check bags at the Concession counter.
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-The Campus Theatre is a 501c3 non-profit historic movie theatre located in Lewisburg, PA. Built in 1941, and one of the few remaining single screen art deco movie houses in the country, the Campus Theatre remains dedicated to the promotion of the art of cinema and historic preservation of this architectural treasure.