[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column][vc_column_text] National Indigenous People's Day is June 21st and we honour the cultures, identities, and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit, Métis, and Indigenous peoples of Canada. To celebrate this day, we are sharing two Indigenous-made films that the National...

POSITION SUMMARY The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is hiring a full-time Development Manager.  In close collaboration with the Festival Director, the Development Manager is responsible for coordinating and implementing fundraising efforts including the creation of an annual development plan; sourcing and maintaining sponsor and donor relations; ...

The Kingston Film Office and the Kingston Canadian Film Festival are excited to announce the second edition of the KINGSTON MUSIC VIDEO INITIATIVE.  Once again, local film production companies will receive financing to create new music videos featuring some of Kingston's top emerging bands/musicians!  This...

This month, The Screening Room will present some of the 'Best of the Fest' in theatres for the month of April 2022. Keep your eyes peeled on our social media as we will be running contests for each screening! GET TICKETS LEARN TO SWIM - Opens April...

In honour of National Canadian Film Day we are offering a FREE screening of the incredible dystopian drama NIGHT RAIDERS. The debut feature by the Toronto-based Cree/Métis filmmaker Danis Goulet is part of an incredible wave of films by Indigenous directors who use the tactics and...

Tonight host Thom Ernst handed out 8 KCFF awards including a brand new juried prize for Best First Feature and the Limestone Financial People's Choice Award.  You can buy a ticket and start watching the award-winning films until the end of the day tomorrow - Sunday,...

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Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Isabel last night and equally to those of you who watched from home! It was thrilling to be back in person and to have Michael McGowan, director of ALL MY PUNY SORROWS, join our director of programming...

Want to make your KCFF experience a little bit more delicious? Whether you're dining in after the show or grabbing take-out to enjoy at home, our restaurant sponsors are some of the best in the city.  Kingstonlicious is back this year, too! With prix fixe options from...

Where the Willow Meets the Moon: PEOPLE AND VOICES IN THE WORK OF ALANIS OBOMSAWIN   March 3-12 Window Art Gallery 647 Princess St. Unit 101 (corner of Princess & Victoria)* Curator: Vince Ha Assistant Curator: Lindsay Muir In partnership with the Kingston School of Art, KCFF is proud to present Where the...