Hudson Film Festival 2022
With modest beginnings, and a local passion for art film, the Hudson Film Festival is now screening world-wide. It’s now the second biggest small Canadian film festival.
The only live screen is still at the Hudson Village Theatre, a restored historic train station built in 1890. As the town’s cultural art center, it’s the perfect venue for both theatre and film.
Over a century of stories have walked upon the original floors setting the perfect mood to watch a good movie.
2022 Passes and Tickets to the Hudson Village Theatre
To get your passes or tickets, please call 450-458-5361.
This year, the best value is the Ultimate Pass. With this all-access ticket you can attend as many screenings at the Village Theatre as you like but you can also stream any movie in the privacy of your home. It’s the ultimate access to this year’s festival.
PLEASE NOTE: Hudson Village Theatre has chosen to keep the mandatory mask policy in effect until further notice, for the comfort and safety of it’s patrons.
The Ultimate Pass $99.00 – access to all in theatre and streaming movies during the festival
Live Screen Six Pack $69.00 – choose six movies to see in theatre during the festival
Live Screen Single $15.00 – choose any one movie title to see in theatre during the festival
If you have purchased The Ultimate Pass from the Village Theatre and would like your online pass, just call 450-458-5361 and request your access to Eventive. You will need to create an Eventive account to stream any movies.
If you have purchased The Ultimate Pass from Eventive and would like to get your all access pass to the screenings at The Village Theatre, call the box office at 450 458 5361 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to pick up your all access pass when you arrive at the theatre.
The complete Festival Program is below. Back to Festival page here.
HUDSON FILM FESTIVAL – MAY 12 TO MAY 22
At a Glance
Click on the film name for more details
Wednesday, May 18
|2.00 pm||Learn To Swim||romance|
|4.00 pm||Genius Within: The Inner |
Life of Glenn Gould
|7.30 pm||Oscar Peterson: |
Keeping the Groove Alive
|8.30 pm||Round Table Discussion|
Brian Jackson, Criss Crilly, GeoffMitchell
|live||Moderated by Clint Ward|
Thursday, May 19
|2.00 pm||Meet The Filmmaker||live||Vincent Valentino|
|3.30 pm||Watch Our Shorts Eh!||live|
|7.00 pm||Award Winning Short Films from Ben’s Screening Room|
|8.00 pm||Meet The Filmmaker 2||travel|
|Gerry van der Weyden|
Friday, May 20
(Q&A, live only)
Saturday, May 21
|Shafha Makhai/ Rich Williamson|
|1.30 pm||All My Puny Sorrows||drama|
|4.00 pm||Recovery Room||documentary|
|7.30 pm||Maria Chapdelaine||drama|
Sunday, May 22
|1.00 pm||Au revoir le bonheur |
Dedicated to the memory of
This year’s Hudson Film Festival is dedicated to the memory of Jean-Marc Vallée. Jean-Marc Vallée OC OQ (March 9, 1963 – December 25, 2021) was a Canadian filmmaker, film editor, and screenwriter. After studying film at the Université de Montréal, Vallée went on to make a number of critically acclaimed films.
An international award highlight would be Dallas Buyers Club with 6 Academy Award nominations and two acting Oscars.
The Ultimate Pass – $99 – Live Screen AND Streaming Access all films. Access to all in theatre and streaming movies during the festival.
Streaming Six Pack – $69 – Streaming Access 6 film pass
Live Screen Six Pack – $69 – Live Access 6 film pass
Streaming Single – $15 – Streaming Access 1 film pass
Live Screen Single – $15 – Live Access 1 film pass
How to buy a Festival Pass
You can purchase a 6-PACK film Pass, an ULTIMATE Pass, or SINGLE tickets for live screen or on-line viewing. For LIVE SCREEN call the theatre on 450 458 5361, for STREAMING click on the button, and then be transported to the wonderful world of Canadian Film.
THANK YOU TO OUR FESTIVAL SUPPORTERS
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.