Kingston Canadian Film Festival Digital Edition

February 26-March 7, 2021

Full Festival line-up revealed February 5

Tickets & passes on sale that day, too!

KCFF21 will be easier than ever to attend in 2021!  If you or someone in your social bubble has a wifi signal, you’ll be able to stream all the movies, talks, Q&As, and festival action from the comfort of your home.  Running February 26-March 7, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will go fully digital for the first time ever.  Like many things these days, it’ll feel different – but we’re excited to embrace this new format that’ll be more accessible, affordable, and safe for festival-goers.  As we welcome back our longtime supporters, we anticipate KCFF21 will reach newcomers from all over the world….which, I gotta say, is pretty cool.  (Imagine Kingstonians from Canada, the US, and Jamaica all watching at once!).


We’ll be announcing more info as the dates approach and we’ll be here to answer any questions.  All the films will be announced February 5 and we’ll go on sale that day too.  Like the traditional in-person Fest, there will be a finite number of (virtual) seats for each film, we’ll have single tickets and/or passes, and our website will continue to be the main go-to for everything festival related.


And, there it is folks!  Save the dates: February 26-March 7, 2021 – the first-ever digital version of the Kingston Canadian Film Festival.  Of course, lots more to come, so stay tuned.

passes & tickets

On sale February 5

Friday, February 5 will be a big day for KCFF fans! We’ll announce all of the movies that will be part of the 2021 line-up.  Passes and tickets go on sale online that day, too.  If you’re planning on seeing 6 or more movies you can buy a pass and save over regular box office prices. Click for more details about passes and tickets. 

support the festival

As many of you know, KCFF20 came to an abrupt stop on March 12 after growing concern around the impact and severity of COVID 19. The unexpected and unprecedented cancellation was an incredible disappointment for everyone and a huge blow to our not-for-profit, charitable organization.  We were tremendously moved by the outpouring of support from the community, including our patrons, sponsors, colleagues and friends and their encouragement and generosity will help move us forward as we look to rebuild.  If you’d also like to support the Festival and help see us forward, you can make a donation online and your tax receipt will be issued immediately.