Are you a local filmmaker with a short you're ready to share with KCFF audiences?  You can submit your film for consideration in the upcoming Kingston Canadian Film Festival.  We have two categories (Epics and Minutes) and you can submit your film for free until...

Morgana McKenzie is an award-winning director and cinematographer.  Her short films have screened at over 100 festivals and won over 30 awards including the Best Youth Short at the 2016 Kingston Canadian Film Festival -- not too shabby for someone who was born in the...

  "For me, the most rewarding part of being a KCFF volunteer is the experience and the opportunity to be part of something that continues to grow and thrive." - Chrystalla Frantzeskos   Written by Chengcheng Ma Chrystalla Frantzeskos is a Program Coordinator at the Smith School of Business...

We're teaming up with The Screening Room to co-present Xavier Dolan's award-winning film   It's Only the End of the World Drama Runtime: 97 minutes Rated 14a (Coarse language) Canada / France Languages: French (with English subtitles) Starring Gaspard Ulliel, Nathalie Baye, Vincent Cassel, Marion Cotillard Directed by Xavier Dolan   Venue The Screening Room 120 Princess Street, 2nd Floor Cash...

It's that time of year again! October is the time of year we start to rally our volunteer troops for the upcoming Kingston Canadian Film Festival March 2-5 2017.   We have so much to accomplish in a short amount of time and volunteers are critical to pulling the...

Sunday, October 2, 2017 10:30 am Holiday Inn, 1 Princess Street FREE We're teaming up with Kingston WritersFest to present a free screening of Call of the Forest -- The Forgotten Wisdom of Trees (director Jeff McKay) a documentary featuring scientist and acclaimed author Diana Beresford-Kroeger. The film follows Diana as...

It's official.  As of June 1, 2016 we're now happily accepting film submissions to the 2017 Kingston Canadian Film Festival in 7 categories. You can read about all of the particulars including deadlines, eligibility, prize money and other fine print over on our submissions page.  This year we'll...

The 2016 Kingston Canadian Film Festival concluded on February 28, a beautiful, warm Sunday that starkly contrasted the storm that preceded opening night. Snow, rain, sunshine – the weather didn’t seem to matter as festival-goers came out in record numbers over the four days of the...