What is AggieCinema.tamu.edu?
AggieCinema.tamu.edu is a movies on demand site that MSC Aggie Cinema provides for Texas A&M. You get free access to movies and TV shows available 24/7. Here’s a short video about what it is and why we’re offering it: Aggie Cinema Streaming.
How does it work?
Step 1: Login in to any main campus TAMU Wifi, like TAMU_Wifi.
Step 2: Open a browser and enter AggieCinema.tamu.edu in your address bar.
Step 3: Browse or search for a movie, and then press play.
I can’t access AggieCinema.tamu.edu from my device
AggieCinema.TAMU.edu is supported by Windows, Chrome, Firefox, and Edge. If you are using Safari on MacOS and having issues, try using a different browser.
Second, make sure you’re connected to a TAMU WiFi network like TAMU_Wifi.
If you still can’t get the Wifi connection you might need to contact Help Desk Central.
Can I watch movies with captions or in different languages.
Yes. Once the main title is playing click the settings icon at the bottom right corner, the Audio and Subtitle menu will open up. Choose your settings and enjoy!
Will there be new movies?
Our selections include new release titles, and once a month we will share a poll on our social media asking you to vote on the movies we add next month. To help us pick which movies you want to see, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
Can my Campus Organization or Department advertise on AggieCinema.tamu.edu?
Yes. We offer short 20-30 second film advertising placement at the beginning of each film. If you want to advertise an upcoming campus event or something else related to campus life, email firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: Aggie Cinema Ads) for pricing and placement options. Film ads must be less than 30 seconds. Advertisement approval is managed by MSC Aggie Cinema students and their MSC Staff Advisor. Only approved ads will be accepted.
Can I watch movies with a group?
You can watch movies together with your friends and roommates in your own residence. Unfortunately, the movies on the site are not licensed to share with student clubs, committees, organizations, or other groups in a public space (including MSC rooms, Rudder Complex, TAMU Libraries, etc.) regardless of the number of people watching. If you have questions about showing movies to groups please reach out to email@example.com or contact us through our contact page.