A massive thank you to all who supported KCFF over the past 15 months! Our digital festival exceeded our expectations by a long-shot and we’re determined to make 2022 the best edition yet! We’d like to take this chance to point out that many filmmakers are...

With the discovery of 215 children buried at a former residential school in Kamloops, the horrifying legacy of the residential school system shows us that the painful roots of colonialism and white supremacy in Canada is even deeper and more painful than a lot of...

Ever wondered about scoring a soundtrack or composing music for film? In KCFF's Film Scoring Panel, we’ll be joined by Martin Macphail, member of the award-winning trio Blitz//Berlin who have worked on films like BirdBox, The Girl On The Train, Bad Times At The El Royale,...

Spring has sprung and in Kingston that means the return of the Juvenis Youth Arts Festival!  They've teamed up with the Kingston Film Office to present two great opportunities for youth under 30 to learn more about film and tv in 2 upcoming free events.   Juvenis:...

Free Entertainment Law Info Session Thurs, April 15 6:00 pm Eastern   Join the Kingston Film Office for a free information session that explores fundamental legal considerations for local production companies and filmmakers with expert entertainment lawyer and accomplished executive producer Richard Hanet, from Lewis Brinberg Hanet LLP.  Register here.  About...

The Academy of Canadian Film & Television recently announced the nominees for 2021 Canadian Screen Awards and we spotted a few KCFF titles on the list including Best Motion Picture - Beans and Nadia, Butterfly as well as festival favourites like My Salinger Year, The...

It takes a couple of weeks to unpack the details, stats, highlights, lowlights - however, we can safely say our first digital festival exceeded our expectations in terms of attendance, ticket sales and positive feedback (from audience and organizers). To new attendees across the globe: we...

Just a few minutes ago Thom Ernst announced the winners of the 2021 Kingston Canadian Film Festival. Here are the award-winning films and you can still catch them online for a few more hours - they're available until 11:59 pm TONIGHT.   Canadian Shorts Awards sponsored by...

Show us your home theatre setup, festival dinners, snacks, or anything else showcasing the KCFF at-home experience!  Tag us on social @kingcanfilmfest or #kcff21 and we'll choose a few favourites to receive a festival swag bag stuffed full of goodies from our sponsors.  We'll award...

Looking to make your weekend a bit more delicious and a bit more indulgent? 17 restaurants from across the city are offering prix-fixe menus this February for Kingstonlicious. Order something for take-out or delivery, hit the couch and start streaming a KCFF movie -- bon appetite...