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    Filming in the Library

    • Requests for filming in the Library by film study students should be submitted using the online form.

      Students are asked to provide the following information:

      • Date and time of the proposed shoot
      • Location of the proposed shoot
      • Number of people involved

      Because the Library is a public study space for use by all the students, it is important that filming activities do not impede quiet study. While the Library will try to accommodate requests for filming as much as possible, some requests may be refused or modified to meet with the conditions described below.

      An agreement outlining the conditions and restrictions on filming will be drawn up and signed by both parties, prior to the commencement of filming.

      Times

      Filming should take place during only at non-peak study times (early mornings, evenings, weekends, not too close to or during exam times) during open hours

      Notice

      Film location assistants should provide at least two weeks' notice when requesting to film in the Library, so that the Librarian on duty and students can be notified that filming may take place.

      Locations

      Filming should only take place in areas away from the main study area (e.g., Janet MacDonald Room, Library classroom, etc.)

      Crews

      Crews may come in ahead of time to quietly scout out the area and plan their shoot. During the shoot, crews should be small, unobtrusive, and relatively quiet. It is strongly suggested that loud dialogue in the script be dubbed in later.

      Security 

      A Librarian or senior member of the Library staff must be present during filming. 

      Library Property

      Film crews must respect Library property, and not move, rearrange or remove any materials, furniture, etc. without specific permission to do so. This includes equipment, both within the Library and elsewhere, which belongs to the Library's AV Department. Any expenses related to repairs or cleanup required after a film shoot will be charged to the Film Studies Program.