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Movies at Main Street Landing

Movies at Main Street Landing

Main Street Landing’s weekly movie series brings great classic cinema to the Burlington area. It is a free event open to the public on a first come first served basis. We accept donations at the door to benefit a local non-profit. Movies at Main Street Landing offers the non-profit organization the platform to raise money, to receive advertising exposure, and to promote their cause.  Movies at Main Street Landing culturally enriches the Burlington community with free classic films presented weekly on our big 25 foot movie screen, with Dolby surround sound. Every Tuesday Night at 7 p.m. at the Main Street Landing Film House, Third Floor of the Lake and College Building, at Sixty Lake Street, in Burlington, Vermont. More info? Call Mariah Riggs, Director of the Performing Arts Center, 802-540-3018,or


Movies at Main Street Landing

Movie poster for This is Spinal Tap (1984)

4/23- Princess Mononoke (1997)

  This exquisitely animated, overwhelmingly acclaimed adventure epic should not be missed!  Inflicted with a deadly curse, a young warrior named Ashitaka sets out for the forests of the west in search of the cure that will save his life. Once there, he becomes inextricably entangled in a bitter battle that matches Lady Eboshi and a proud clan of humans against the forest's animal gods...who are led by the brave Princess Mononoke, a young woman raised by wolves!Hayao Miyazaki finished what was supposed to be his final movie: a dark, violent, yet beautiful fantasy about the growing conflict between man and nature. Instead, it was acclaimed as an anime masterpiece and ushered in a new era for the legendary animator that included films like "Spirited Away" and "Ponyo."


4/30- Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

122 sq ft 122 gross/month


Breakfast at Tiffany’s is based on Truman Capote’s novella of the same name and stars Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly, one of the most iconic characters to ever appear on screen. oth the novella and the film center on Holly Golightly, a young would-be New York socialite who lives a transient, bohemian lifestyle while on the hunt for a rich husband. The film updates its setting from the 1940s to the 1960s, but still tells its story through the perspective of Holly’s new neighbor, a struggling writer who serves as the novella’s unnamed narrator and the film’s Paul Varjak (George Peppard). What follows is a sort of year-in-the-life story in which Paul gets sucked into Holly’s chaotic world, learns details about her tragic past, and watches her fashionable future potentially crumble as she struggles to lock down a suitable suitor. Save for its ending (admittedly a big change, and one we’ll get to), the film keeps far more than it cuts from the novella, including lifting huge portions of its dialogue directly from Capote’s book.

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To benefit: Steps to End Domestic Violence

Steps to End Domestic Violence believes that all adults and children have the right to live without fear of physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse. We provide services, support and education to end domestic violence in our community. 



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Upcoming Movies

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5/7- The Third Man (1949)

5/14- The Badlands (1973)

5/21-Starship Troopers (1997)

5/28- Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985)