Movie lovers can enjoy screenings of their favourite films in one of the many playhouses featured across Northumberland County. There are no limits to where movies can be watched with an abundance of theatres, movie festivals and even a drive-in for a late night viewing. Northumberland County is a hotspot for all film fans.
- Capture nostalgia at the Port Hope Drive-In Theatre, one of Canada's oldest operating, seasonal drive-in theatres, built in 1945.
- Step back into 1947 at the Aron Cinema, Campbellford, which operates as a movie house with live performances.
- Watch a mix of genres and Oscar contenders at the Northumberland Film Festival for some winter fun in late January.
- Celebrate summer with free Movies on the Beach in Cobourg, where families can watch a movie on the white sand shores of Lake Ontario.
- Inspired by Northumberland's own silent film actress, Marie Dressler, the Vintage Film Festival showcases films from 1955 and earlier, in late October.
- Movie goers can watch films selected from the Toronto International Film Festival at the Northumberland Film Sundays.