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The Films Committee is responsible for providing free full-length feature films on a weekly basis to the student population and community of Laramie. Selections may include current major studio releases, documentaries, cult films, throwback films, and public domain films. This committee is also responsible for the Student Short Film Festival that takes place during the spring semester.



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How to Join

Joining 7220 Entertainment is super easy! Just attend the Films Committee meeting on Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. in Union Room 012. We'll have you fill out a small questionnaire and go over a few of our expectations and incentives and that's it. 

Interested in joining? Complete our questionnaire and we'll be in touch!

Films FAQ:

What kind of movies are shown?

The films we typically show are 'second run', meaning they major releases that have left the theater, but are not yet available for purchase on DVD/Bluray. We also show cult classics, such as Rocky Horror Picture Show, and documentaries.

When/where are movies shown?

We typically screen films Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m. in the Wyoming Union. If the film is a popular release and we anticipate a large attendance we'll add a second screening at 9:30 p.m. If the movie we are showing has a running time longer than 2.5 hours, we will advertise different screening times. For an accurate time and location view our full schedule HERE.

Is there an admission charge for the movies? 

All movies are FREE and open UW students, staff, faculty & Community members!

What about parking?

Parking is free on campus after 5:00 pm. Parking options, a campus map, and shuttle information is outlines on TransPark's website.

What's the best way to find out what movies you are showing?

Hit us up on Cowbellcheck out our newsletteror our social media outlets: Facebook and Instagram Pro-tip: subscribe to our events on Facebook.

Are the films available with Closed Captioning?

Typically the first showing has closed captioning.

What else should I know?

Sometimes we give out free popcorn and drinks :)

If you are a UW student with a valid ID, you have the chance to win cool prizes*

I'm in a Student Organization or a department on campus. How do I partner with 7220 Entertainment to show a film?

Email our 7220 Entertainment advisor for inquiries at

I'm a Student Organization or department, how do I get movie rights to screen a film publicly on campus?

Purchasing a one-day media licensing is required for screening of any form of multimedia (film, movie, documentary, tv show, etc.) in a public space i.e. outdoors, at the park, outside your home, indoors at the University regardless if it's a classroom, reserved meeting room, or private event at a venue. Film licensing rights can range an average from $800 - $1,200+ depending on the FILM and INTENDED USE. 

Email us at or submit a movie inquiry interest form and we'll be happy to guide you in the right direction or get a quote for you - movie inquiries are required at least 14 business days before your intended screening date. 

Not sure what movie options you want, take a look at SWANK Motion Pictures for a recommendation of films.

Contact Us

7220 Entertainment

1000 E. University Ave. Dept. 3625

Laramie, WY 82071


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