Still Moving: A Tribute to Pilobolus @ Main Street Landing Film House
May 1 @ 7:00 pm
Still Moving:  A Tribute to Pilobolus @ Main Street Landing Film House | Burlington | Vermont | United States

Reception  - snacks and cash bar – at 6pm at the Lake Lobby, screenings at 7pm
Awareness Theater and the The Dance in Film program present:
Still Moving: Pilobulos At Forty directed by Jeffrey Ruoff
Toby MacNutt: Body of Work directed by Elizabeth Rossano and Ashley DeLucco
My Vision of the Good Life, a scene from I am in here by Emily Anderson and Jim Heltz

pilobulos at forty

The 3 films in the program all received awards at VTIFF 2013′s  Vermont Filmmakers’ Showcase™.
Pilobulos at Forty will be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker, led by John Killacky.
The evening will also include the trailer for Lukas Huffman’s “Dear Pina”.

Lunafest @ Main Street Landing Film House
May 2 @ 6:00 pm

Lunafest Burlington:  6pm Reception, 7:30 Film screenings
Short films by, for, about women. This year’s featured short films include stories of reflection, hope and humor from around the world – treating such diverse subjects as – a winning basketball team of grandmothers in their ’70s – a high school wrestler from inner-city Brooklyn preparing for her first co-ed match – and a girl with a high-flying approach to dealing with her Tourette’s syndrome, among other compelling themes.

Special guests at the reception:

  • Hannah Dreissigacker - Hannah has just returned from her first Olympics – the U.S. Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia! Hannah hails from Morrisville and  competed as part of the U.S. Biathlon Team, of which she has been a member for the past two years. Hannah currently trains full-time with the Craftsbury Green Racing Project. She graduated from Dartmouth College in 2009, majoring in engineering, sustainable design and studio art. At Dartmouth, she served as captain of the women’s ski team and also helped launch the college’s Sustainable Living Center. Come meet an Olympian and a wonderful role model for young  women today!


An event to benefit Vermont Works for Women & the Breast Cancer Fund.
85 percent of event proceeds will go to Vermont Works for Women; the Breast Cancer Fund will receive 15 percent of proceeds as the nationwide beneficiary of LUNAFEST.

Tibet in Song @ Fleming Museum
May 30 @ 6:00 pm
Tibet in Song @ Fleming Museum | Burlington | Vermont | United States

Director: Ngawang Choephel | Tibet | 2009 | 90 min.
Director and musicologist Ngawang Choephel presents his film Tibet in Song. Winner of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize, among many other awards, the film weaves a story of beauty, pain, brutality, and resilience, introducing Tibet to the world in a way never before seen on film. Read more…


Patagonia Burlington Presents: DamNation @ Patagonia Burlington
Jun 5 @ 7:00 pm

Burlington Patagonia Presents:  DamNation


Burlington Patagonia, in partnership with the Vermont Natural Resource Council (VNRC), will be presenting the film DamNation, a documentary that examines the issue of dam removal.

For more information, click HERE.

Main Street Landing presents: Documented @ Main Street Landing Film House
Jul 17 @ 6:00 pm

Main Street Landing presents:  Documented


In 2011, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas outed himself as an undocumented immigrant in an essay published in the New York Times Magazine. Documented chronicles his journey to America from the Philippines as a child; his journey through America as an immigration reform activist; and his journey inward as he re-connects with his mother, whom he hasn’t seen in person in over 20 years.

I Am In Here @ Ethan Allen Homestead
Jul 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

I Am In Here, special screening of this award-winning film with the director Mark Utter

I am in Here

The Stones Cry Out @ Merrill's Roxy
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Stones Cry Out @ Merrill's Roxy  | Burlington | Vermont | United States

The Stones Cry Out: Voice of the Palestinian Christians
In the presence of the filmmaker Yasmine Perni

stones cry out

In May 2014 Pope Francis made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. His visit brought renewed attention to the need for a just peace in the Land of Peace. This part of the world lies at the core of the religious history and beliefs of the three great monotheistic religions. What is life like in the Holy Land for Christians today, particularly those who are the descendants of the first people who believed in Jesus’ message? These communities, while shrinking in population under the pressures of military occupation—Christians comprise only 2 percent of the West Bank’s population today—continue to practice their faith and maintain the holy places that are vitally important to fellow believers throughout the world. All are invited to join filmmaker Yasmine Perni for a free, public screening of her film The Stones Cry Out ( followed by discussion.