The Hunger Games look to be a major franchise, and accordingly, there’s a lot of excitement for the adaptation of the first book to hit the screen. Around Vermont, a number of theaters are holding midnight showings. Here’s a list of the places that have tickets on sale now:
Majestic 10, Williston – Tickets
Essex Cinemas, Essex – Tickets
Big Picture Theater, Waitsfield – Tickets
Palace Nine, Burlington – Tickets
Capitol Showplace, Montpelier – Tickets
The Roxy, Burlington – Tickets
Bijou Cineplex, Morrisville – Tickets
Stowe Cinemas, Stowe – Tickets
Welden Theater, St. Albans – Tickets
Flagship Cinemas, Rutland – Tickets
Around the state, there will be a number of midnight openings for the final Harry Potter film. Here’s a list of where you can see it. Keep in mind that a lot of these places might sell out – or have already sold out.
Paramount Theater, Barre. Tickets avaliable: http://www.fgbtheaters.com/
Palace Nine, Burlington. Sold Out.
Essex Cimemas, Essex. Sold Out.
Majestic 10, Williston. Sold Out.
Merrill Roxy Theater, Burlington. Sold Out.
Bijou Cineplex 4, Morrisville. Sold Out.
Star Theater of St. Johnsbury. Tickets avaliable.
Flagship Cinemas, Rutland. Tickets avaliable: http://www.flagshipcinemas.com/rutland/
Big Picture Theater, Waitsfield. Tickets avaliable: http://www.bigpicturetheater.info/
Stowe Cinema 3 Plex, Stowe. Sold Out.
Sunset Drivein, Colchester. Tickets avaliable: http://www.sunsetdrivein.com/
Welden Theater, St. Albans. Tickets avaliable: http://www.weldentheatre.com/Welden_Theatre/Home.html
Village Picture Shows, Manchester Center. Tickets Avaliable: http://villagepictureshows.com/
Cinema 7, Bennington. Tickets avaliable: http://www.movietickets.com/house_detail.asp?house_id=4799&rdate=7%2F14%2F2011&sortid=1
The Dragon Wall is a short , 24 minute film shot on location in Johnson and Cambridge, Vermont. Starring Callum Adams, Jacob Cann, Jack Manning, Sam Wright and Keefe Healy, this independant film recieved a John M. Bissell Foundation Grant, the first Vermont film to do so. The film premiered at Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center at the Stowe Mountain Resort earlier this week, and will be screened tonight in Morrisville’s River Arts, with a suggested donation of $5.
From their website:
Four brothers are expelled from the comfortable confines of their climate-controlled bedroom, forced outside with nothing else to entertain themselves than their own imaginations — and the odd man waiting for them at the edge of their back yard, who informs the boys they are needed deep within the forest. The brothers soon find themselves alone, the first and only line of defense, at the crumbling and ineffective Dragon Wall.
Here’s the teaser trailer for the movie:
The Dragon Wall Official Teaser Trailer from Brandon StCyr on Vimeo.
Check out the film’s website here: http://www.thedragonwall.com/