We're excited to welcome Jess Allen back to Kingston this year!  Charming, personable, knowledgeable, and hilarious, Jess brings a little bit of magic to every Q+A she moderates.  She won the hearts of KCFF audiences in 2016 and we know that many of you will...

From riveting documentaries to side-splitting comedies, and bone-chilling thrillers to local shorts, the KCFF line-up for 2018 is one of the best yet!  We are keeping things top secret a little while longer...

Each year we welcome new and returning audiences to Kingston to see some of the best Canadian cinema of the year.  Our festival is like our city: warm, down-to-earth, and approachable.  The majority of our venues are in Kingston’s historic downtown and within walking distance or close proximity...

While screening your film to our warm and supportive audience is reward in and of itself, we also have a few actual awards to sweeten the deal.  KCFF awards are presented at the Closing Night Awards Ceremony and some include cash, prizes, and all come...

Each year we work with talented students in the Graphic Design program at St. Lawrence College to develop the KCFF artwork.  Most years, we're pitched over 30 different concepts for consideration. Inspired by the work of legendary designer Saul Bass (famous for his posters and opening...

A Festival Pass is a great way to experience the full range of festival activities, without having to wait it out in the rush line.  Pass-holders also get great perks like access to all of the festival parties including all parties (like Opening Night) and...

Fall is a busy time of year for us at KCFF -- we're sifting through submissions, booking special events, and working on all of the aspects that will combine to create a dynamic and varied festival again this year.  There is lots to be done...

We're teaming up with The Screening Room to co-present Dawson City: Frozen Time Mon Aug 14 @ 8:00 pm Wed Aug 16 @ 5:45 pm The Screening Room 120 Princess Street, 2nd Floor Cash only Bill Morrison’s new film is a history in still and moving images charting the transformation of Tr’ochëk,...

A taste of working at KCFF By Chengcheng Ma When first browsing the KCFF website, I was delighted to find out the organization that work for is “the largest festival in the world dedicated exclusively to Canadian film.” While being a world-class organization, KCFF’s office is rather...

Back in March, we presented Damian Abraham: Turned Out A Punk LIVE from the Baby Grand.  Now, it's hit the world wide web and released as part of his podcast.  If you were there, you can re-live the conversation and if not, well then just...