The Club Concession is always open on movie nights with hot buttered popcorn and treats!laughing

For those that would rather watch from their comfy couch at home, there is our online option – STREAMING SUNDAYS –
**Note that the online film is different from our in-person movie.

Doors and concession open at 6:30.*Drop-in admission and memberships available at the door on film nights.

The Film Club will be on holiday this year in July and August! We will restart films in September.


Showing Fri. June 28th at 7PM

Advance Tickets and Memberships Available Here

Wicked Little Letters Trailer

**This film is showing in-person only at the

HUB at Cowichan Station at 7PM on Friday, June 28th.

Running Time: 1hr 40m / Year: 2023/ Production: UK/ Rated 14A


Don’t miss this hilarious British comedy AND you can improve your vocabulary at the same time! Warning – there is some very colourful language in this film for those whose ears may be offended . . . Starring the incomparable Olivia Coleman and Jessie Buckley with a fabulous supporting cast and based on a true story – yes this actually happened in a village in Britain.. When people in Littlehampton–including conservative local Edith (Coleman)–begin to receive letters full of hilarious profanities, rowdy Irish migrant Rose (Buckley) is charged with the crime. Suspecting that something is amiss, the town’s women investigate.





~ Streaming link sent automatically (via email) to Film Club members.
Not a member? Streaming tickets available here

Running Time: 1hr 29m / Year: 1998/ Production: Indigenous/ Rated PG/ Director: Chris Eyre

In honour of National Indigenous History Month the Film Club is showing this beloved award-winning classic from 1998. Smoke Signals was the first feature-length film written, directed, and produced by Indigenous filmmakers to reach a wide audience.

The film centers around Spokane Nation’s Victor Joseph (Adam Beach), and his quest to retrieve his father’s ashes, accompanied by the quirky storyteller, Thomas Builds-the-Fire (Evan Adams).Full of humour and magic, we go on the journey with them as they move through 1990’s America.

It is based on the short story, “This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona” in author Sherman Alexie’s collection, The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven and it inspired the recent, break-out mockumentary hit Hey Viktor! which we hope to show at another time at the HUB Film Club.


Thank you to our audience, filmmakers and volunteers for making the 1st Cowichan Valley Documentary Film Festival this past March such a success! We raised over $2000 for the HUB.




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**The below information pertains to ONLINE and IN PERSON screenings.**

Become a Member:

ENJOY A LITTLE POPCORN WITH A FRIENDA new membership year starts this month of June and continues until May 2025!

Ten months of the year (with the exception of July & August), on every 4th Friday of the month at the HUB, the Film Club offers one special film IN PERSON from Criterion Pictures Canada AND, on the subsequent Sunday, an ONLINE film to watch from home – called Streaming Sunday.

Not sure about Membership? General admission at the door is a suggested donation of $8.

The regular season films, in-person and online, will be free after the initial purchase of a membership. All proceeds support the HUB at Cowichan Station, our non-profit community centre.

2024/25 Memberships now on sale: Renew or purchase your membership for the first time: $30 Individual/ $55 Family Membership (2 Adults and 3 dependants).

You can become a club member by purchasing through our Eventbrite page (active around each 4th Friday Film, there is an Eventbrite fee) or at the door at any in-person film night (cash or cards accepted) or pay by e-transfer to

What is the HUB Film Club?

The HUB Film Club is a community cinema here at the HUB at Cowichan Station. Started in May of 2016, our aim is to bring people of all ages together over good films and of course, popcorn! Films screen on the fourth Friday of every month, 10 months of the year, and we invite you to be a part of it. We show an eclectic program of films; both classic and new, Canadian and international, for families and for adults. We have access to new theatrical releases approximately 4 months after their 1st run in professional theatres. All proceeds go to support the wonderful, volunteer-run community centre that is the HUB.

**IN PERSON 4th Friday Films. The movie begins at 7 pm (doors and the concession open at 6:30). If you are planning on coming to see a film, remember to bring a cushion to put on your seat for movie-watching comfort! Or bring your own couch!**

*ONLINE Streaming Sundays. You can watch a film from home on the Sunday directly after an in-person film by purchasing a general admission ticket or film membership on our eventbrite page (link is at the top of this page when active). A link to watch is automatically sent via email if you are already a Film Club member.

Volunteer with us!

We are always seeking film fans to help with programming films, marketing and running film nights. If this is you or someone you know, we’d love to hear from you! Contact if interested.

Check out our previous Hub Film Club trailer playlists:

2023/2024 Trailer Playlist

2022/2023 Trailer Playlist

2021/2022 Trailer Playlist







2019/2020 Trailer Playlist








2018/2019 Trailer Playlist

2017/2018 Trailer Playlist

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2016/2017 Trailer Playlist

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See you at the movies!