MSC Aggie Cinema Partnerships

Aggie Cinema frequently partners with TAMU Departments and other student organizations to present films for audiences on campus. If your group has questions about how to obtain film rights, or how to plan, promote, and deliver a successful film screening, contact MSC Aggie cinema at Partnership Request Form. Here are some programs we have coming up:


The Hunting Ground: Film Screening and Discussion Panel

Co-hosted by MSC Aggie Cinema and TAMU Office of Health Promotion

Horror Noire: Film Screening and Discussion Q&A with Dr. Robin Means Coleman

Co-hosted by MSC Aggie Cinema and MSC WBAC

February 17 at 1 pm in Rudder Forum

Free Admission

Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland | Film Screening and dialogue

Co-hosted by Texas A&M Department of Multicultural Services

February 20 at 4 pm in MSC 2300A

Please RSVP to

Safe Haven: National Stalking Awareness Month film screening and Q&A

Co-program with Texas A&M Health Promotion Office

January 30, 2019 at 6 pm in RECC 2229

Free Admission

Unbranded: Film and Panel discussion

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with TAMU Press

October 29 at 6:30 pm in Rudder Theatre

Tickets thru MSC Box Office ($2 students/$3 non)

How to Train Your Dragon (with Audio Description)


with: TAMU Department of Disability Services, Insightful Connections, TAMU Department of Film Studies

November 12 at 7 pm in MSC 2401

Admission is FREE, All audiences welcome