DePaul Cinespace Shuttle
CDM provides a shuttle to Cinespace during the fall, winter, and spring terms, Monday through Thursday. The bus stop is located on the southeast corner of Jackson and Wabash (55 E. Jackson Ave., outside Starbucks) and departs 30 minutes before class (8:00am for 8:30am classes, 12:45pm for 1:15pm classes, and 5:30pm for 6:00pm classes). The shuttle departs Cinespace to return to CDM 15 minutes after classes end.
Walking, Driving or CTA
Whether walking, driving, or taking public transit, there are plenty of options to easily get to our offsite professional production facility. View
Stages 15, 16, & 17
Our facility houses over 17,000 square feet of shooting space on three separate stages with numerous standing sets, a green screen cyclorama, scenic shop, prop rentals and indoor loading bay.
To request time on one of the stages, please fill out the
Stage Reservation Request form and send it to
Each stage at the facility has a "stage package" of lighting, grip, and power distribution to handle most productions. In addition to the stage packages, we have an extensive inventory of industry-standard motion picture equipment available to students both on the stage and on location. This includes tungsten, HMI, fluorescent & LED fixtures, hydraulic dollies, advanced rigging, advanced sound, production supplies and equipment carts.
DePaul Cinespace Studios also houses our Advanced Camera Vault, dressing rooms with hair and makeup stations, editing suites, classroom/collaboration areas, studio and location sound equipment, 3-ton Grip Truck, Sprinter Cargo Van, Scene Shop, and ample storage and work areas to support any project.
To request the Grip Truck, please fill out the
Grip Truck Request form and send it to
The Camera Vault
The Camera Vault is the checkout facility for all high-end camera equipment in the School of Cinematic Arts. The Camera Vault staff is available to answer your questions about all things regarding cameras and to help with reserving equipment. SCA has an extensive inventory of industry-standard camera equipment. Each advanced camera has a certification exam. Arri, RED, Sony, Cannon, Ziess, and Cooke are just some of the names seen on our shelves.
The Camera Vault conducts individual camera workshops open to all current students during the fall, winter, and spring terms based on camera availability. Additionally, students interested in cameras and the camera department can take a two-credit hour Camera Assistant Workshop (DC368) for hands on experience with the advanced camera inventory.