The Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) unveiled their full 2023 lineup on Thursday evening. For its 23rd edition, the Festival is delighted to be back in full swing for an entirely in-person festival running in downtown Kingston from March 2-5, 2023. KCFF is the largest all-Canadian...

Friday, March 3, 2023 An Evening with Kevin McDonald (not the whole evening, he promises) Venue: The Broom Factory (305 Rideau Street) Time: 9:30pm   We are thrilled to announce that beloved Canadian comedian Kevin McDonald is coming to The Broom Factory on Friday, March 3rd. Kevin is a Gemini-winning member...

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival invites you to become a member of our brand new Circle of Supporters patron program! Choose your own membership level and receive a charitable tax receipt, exclusive perks, invitations, and access to behind the scenes opportunities for KCFF 2023! As...

On October 2, over 100 people attended the KINGSTON MUSIC VIDEO INITIATIVE community mixer at the Tir Nan Og. The session gave an opportunity for individuals from the community to meet the various production companies and express an interest in participating. All productions will utilize...

Saturday November 26, 2022 An evening with: SHAYNE KOYCZAN The Broom Factory, 305 Rideau St., Kingston 7pm doors, 8pm show, All Ages Co-presented with Kingston WritersFest Buy Tickets Now Shayne is an award winning poet and spoken Canadian word artist. There seems no shortage of adjectives to describe a Shane Koyczan show....

KCFF is excited to showcase the work of Michif filmmaker, Amanda Strong! On August 13, you can check out a series of her short films (for free!) in the City Hall Amphitheatre, downtown Kingston. Amanda works mostly in stop-motion filmmaking and has exhibited her films at...

Two of Canada’s top musicians unite for the “FORGIVE ME TOUR”, December 17th at The Isabel! KCFF and KPP Concerts are excited to welcome duo – two-time JUNO Award winner, Chantal Kreviazuk and a four-time winner with Our Lady Peace, Raine Maida - to Kingston as one of...

Announcing our second film from the SUMMER SCREENING SERIES!  Filmmaker Rob Lindsay (Queen's Film alum) will be presenting his documentary GO BOY! MEMORIES OF A LIFE BEHIND BARS at the Kingston Pen on August 19!  Joining Rob will be the Caron family for a post-screening...

We're happy to announce our first screening of the summer!  Join us on Wolfe Island on Tuesday July 26 for a double-feature, highlighting two new locally-made documentaries. Admission is free and everyone is welcome! Both films played KCFF22 this past year with tons of great...

New film-centric community hub! 305 Rideau Street, Kingston The Broom Factory project is an innovative new initiative led by the Kingston Canadian Film Festival, the Kingston Film Office, KPP Concerts, and RAW Design. The project seeks to develop a thriving community hub in Kingston’s Inner Harbour neighborhood,...