Since 6 March 2015, the Metković Institution for Culture and Sport has been acting as a cinema at a theatre auditorium renovated for this purpose and installed with cutting-edge audio and video equipment. Since the surround system was installed only in the stalls circle, the auditorium capacity is 261 seats. After many years, Metković has finally got a cinema again, which kept its old name, Pobjeda (victory), which many people recall with nostalgia. Films currently run on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, with four to six screenings.
The new possibility of movie-going was exceptionally well received by the citizens, and since Pobjeda Cinema is the only permanent cinema between Split and Dubrovnik and Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina), it is expected to be frequented by citizens of neighbouring towns in the Neretva area and those from across the Bosnian and Herzegovinian border.
The City Cultural Centre complex, next to the cinema/theatre, also hosts a gallery with painting exhibitions and other cultural events like classical music concerts, open debates, lectures etc. Also, there is an open-air scene with about 700 seats that used to serve as a summer cinema by the Neretva river, and that will, probably, be back in business during hot summer months.