Hudson Film Society FAQ

See below for the feature film programme… 

With modest beginnings, and a local passion for film, the Hudson Film Festival has attained an international reputation. It’s now known as  The BIG little CANADIAN FILM FESTIVAL

The main screen is at the Hudson Village Theatre, a restored historic train station built in 1890. As the Town’s cultural center, it is the perfect venue for film. Over a century many stories have walked upon the original floors of the Hudson Village Theatre, setting the perfect mood to watch a good movie.

Hudson Film Festival 2024 Telefilm Canada


At a Glance

Click each film to learn more.


TimeFilm Title
(click each for more info)

Tuesday, April 16

2.00 pmBefore the SundocumentaryBanchi Hanuse
4.00 pmYou Can Call Me RogerdocumentaryDon Mann
7.30 pmCafe DaughterdramaShelley Niro

Wednesday, April 17

2.00 pmMr. Dressup: The Magic of Make-believedocumentaryRobert McCallum
7.30 pmRed Rooms crime/mystery /thrillerPascal Plante

Thursday, April 18

2.00 pmMy Mother’s MendramaAnik Jean

7.30 pmPast Livesdrama/romanceCeline Song

Friday, April 19

2.00 pmRudramaCharles-Olivier Michaud

4.30pmThe Last Repair Shopshort/musicBen Proudfoot Kris Bowers

8.00pmArtie Shaw: Time is all  You’ve Gotdocumentary/bio /musicBrigitte Berman

Saturday, April 20

10.30amDays of Happinessdrama/musicChloé Robichaud
3.00 pmThe Nature of Lovecomedy/drama/romanceMonia Chokri
7.30 pmOne Summercomedy/dramaLouise Archambault

Sunday, April 21

at the Creative Hub
Noon to 4.00 pmBen’s Screening Room


THE ULTIMATE PASS – $75 – Access to 13 films and Ben’s Screening Room

SIX FILM PASS – $50 – Choose your favourite six films.

Single Tickets – $10 – Only available on the day of the movie and in person at the Box Office.

How to buy a Festival Pass

You can purchase an ULTIMATE or SIX FILM PASS, click the button below or call 450 458 5361, and then be transported to the wonderful world of Canadian Film.


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Protection FER
Raymond James - Steve WigginsCharlie SorensenMaison Rose
Le Baron
Hudson Creative HubNow Is The Night Productions
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Clint Ward

Come and watch the films at the delightful
Hudson Village Theatre.

A gem in the village of Hudson, the theatre shows live productions as well as hosting the Hudson Film Festival. Why not take in a meal at one of the superb dining establishments, before or after you watch the movie.