In the 1920’s, Ithaca was known as a “Film Capital”. Many of the early films, including the Perils of Pauline, were produced at Wharton Studios in Stewart Park. Today, Ithaca supports three independent movie theaters and one multiplex first run theater.
Cornell Cinema screens nearly 400 films per year, including first-run, foreign and classic films. The Cinema is a program of the Department of Theater, Film, and Dance and is co-sponsored by the Dean of Students.
Regal Cinemas Ithaca Mall Stadium 14
40 Catherwood Road (in the Shops at Ithaca Mall)
This new first run multiplex (with stadium seating) is located in the Shops at Ithaca Mall.
120 E. Green Street, Located off The Commons behind the Center Ithaca Building
Cinemapolis, plays independent movies every day.
Current Cornell campus events site with information abut all performances, sporting events and campus films. The Cornell Cinema plays a variety of movies which usually includes popular movies before they go to DVD.