Walking into college orientation I was a puddle of nerves and anticipation of the four greatest years I was yet to experience. Now millions of young adults will step foot onto the quad for the first time. There’s a yearning for connection and a sense of familiarity when going into college orientation and a movie on an inflatable movie screen is the way to bring everyone together. I fell in love with movies because it can bring a large crowd together to watch a shared journey or a shared interest. Now my family business, Boston Backyard Movies, is a part of bringing students together for the first of many great memories together.
Inflatable Movie Screen at College Orientation
Kick off the school year with a movie on the lawn with a giant inflatable movie screen. A large or small group can get to know each other through the bonding of a movie. Students can gather together in the quad, on a field or in the gym in front of a giant inflatable movie screen. Boston Backyard Movies provides it all, so you don’t need much to execute a great college orientation or back to school night! If you are segmenting orientations by the department, the English majors will enjoy watching Dead Poets Society or the Music Department or Acapella group can watch Pitch Perfect. The great thing about movies is that you can always find one that fits the message of the event.
Making Memories with a Giant Inflatable Movie Screen
Watching movies with new classmates once the sun goes down will be their first taste of freedom away from parents. You can help make it memorable by blowing up a giant inflatable movie screen to play classic college movies like Animal House, or Revenge of the Nerds. I’ve noticed in my own life there is nothing more motivating than a movie with a good message. To get the young adults in the mindset of learning and growing this year I love the witty lines and can do attitude of the characters in Legally Blonde or Tommy Boy is hilarious and never gets old! We are proud that we get to help make these moments memorable to the students working hard at college. What movie would best welcome your new students to campus?