Hop Film
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About Hop Film

Great Movies. Every Weekend.

Hop Film celebrates the scope, beauty and impact of film through a diverse, unique and engaging slate that encourages film literacy and appreciation in the Dartmouth community and beyond. 

The wide-ranging program runs every weekend primarily in the 237-seat Loew Auditorium. In addition to foreign and independent film, recent Oscar winners and classics, the slate includes a series curated by the Dartmouth Film Society (DFS) and one-of-a-kind shows often with a live guest. Rounding out the lineup are the Art on Screen shows: HD broadcasts ranging from The Metropolitan Opera to London's National Theatre to blockbuster art exhibitions.

Upcoming Films

Upcoming Films

Tribute to David Harbour

Reel Talk

Singular screenings featuring introductions and/or post-film discussions with related artists. 

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Ford v Ferrari

Telluride at Dartmouth

Thanks to a longstanding friendship between the Telluride Film Festival and Dartmouth, six new festival films come to campus every September for special advance screenings.

Barry Jenkins

Campus Connections

Student engagement and campus collaboration comprise the heart of our program and constitute over 50% of our offerings. Regular and thoughtful partnerships with student groups, academic departments and campus centers help drive student attendance and further incorporate film into the course curriculums.

Hop Film by the Numbers

The bulk of the program occurs in the 237-seat Loew Auditorium in the Black Family Visual Arts Center. Larger or high-profile events (sneak previews, tributes) are in Spaulding Auditorium (900 seats).


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