We're celebrating great Canadian films all festival long! Opening Night at The Isabel   We're thrilled to announce that Queen's grad and Academy Award winner Brigitte Berman will be returning to Kingston for the Opening Night screening of her documentary THE RIVER OF MY DREAMS: A PORTRAIT OF GORDON...

STILL NIGHT, STILL LIGHT Mes nuits feront écho by Sophie Goyette won the prestigious Bright Future Award at Rotterdam International Film Festival 2017. It is the first Canadian film to win a major professional prize in those categories at IFFR. The Bright Future section is...

SCREENING VENUES Even though our theatres are cozy they also tend to fill up quickly!  We know waiting in the rush-line can be tense, so we've made some changes to increase capacity at the festival this year.   We will be simulcasting the same film to both...

Brent Nurse is a fixture of the Kingston filmmaking community, a Guinness World Record holder, viral video director, and an all-around great guy.   When Brent isn’t “out for a rip” he’s busy directing and producing award-winning films, such as the KCFF local short winner DIGGING UP PLATO,...

This one-day seminar is focused on Interactive Digital Media (IDM) and designed to be part of a province-wide event series bringing knowledge sharing, networking and economic development opportunities to companies in Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, the Niagara-St. Catharines region, Ottawa, Sudbury and now, Kingston. Interactive Ontario is excited...

Meet Ava Brown-Mantha, a third year Film and Media student at Queen’s and the Youth Shorts Programmer with the Kingston Canadian Film Festival.  I sat down with her to ask her a few questions about herself and her experience with KCFF.   By Claire Gray   Introduce yourself and...

We're excited to announce that passes for the 2017 festival are on sale now!   We’ve expanded the options this year and with film passes, advance tickets and the last-minute rush line, you can design your festival experience to suit your movie-going style.   Compare all of...

  Thom Ernst has become a KCFF fixture in a few short years.  With his unparalleled enthusiasm for Canadian movies, years of experience, and warm personality, he is a natural host and moderator.  Even though he is usually the one asking the questions, we've turned the...

98.9 The Drive and the Kingston Canadian Film Festival presents MOTHER MOTHER + special guests WE ARE THE CITY Thursday March 2, 2017 The Ale House, 393 Princess Street, Kingston 19+, 9pm doors, $25 advance   [vc_column][button size="medium" icon="" target="_self" hover_type="default" text="BUY TICKETS" link="https://www.ticketscene.ca/events/16641/"][/vc_column]   Public on sale December 2 at: Brian’s Record Option, Tricolour...