Our friends at YourTV have been busy interviewing some KCFF filmmakers in advance of KCFF. Here's a chance to learn a little bit more about the movies!  Have your own questions? You'll have a chance to ask your own questions during the festival in our livestream...

Bien que notre programmation soit un peu plus petite cette année, notre programmation de cinéma francophone bat son plein ! Habituellement, nos titres en français obtiennent un grand succès à l’international et un nombre élevé de vote du public. Que voulez-vous, le cinéma franco-canadien est...

KCFF’s Sloan Westlake had a chance to catch up with THE PAPER MAN Lafortune en papier director Tanya Lapointe to chat about meeting and getting to know Claude Lafortune and his legacy of warmth, compassion, creativity and celebrating our differences.   What was your inspiration for The Paper...

KCFF’s Gowtie Raveenthiran had a chance to catch up with DEATH OF A LADIES' MAN director Matthew Bissonnette about the film, Leonard Cohen, writing screenplays and his time at Queen's University.   Death of a Ladies’ Man was inspired by Leonard Cohen’s song and album of the same...

In this episode of Today in YGK, CFRC's Alexandra chats with Cherry Valley-based director (and Queen's film and media grad) Ryan Noth about his film DRIFTING SNOW.  Originally scheduled to premiere at KCFF last year (before we had to cancel) DRIFTING SNOW was a film...

KCFF21 celebrates the 40th anniversary of the film OUT OF THE BLUE (dir Dennis Hopper, starring Linda Manz). The film was up for the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1980 and takes its name from the Neil Young song "My My, Hey Hey (Out of...

We've all spent a lot of time with our families lately but we’ve queued up some great family-friendly programming to check out during KCFF this month! Each ticket is good for a single viewing by your entire household, so gather round, make some popcorn and...

Our friends at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library have hand-picked book titles that expand on the themes explored in the 2021 KCFF lineup. You can enhance your festival experience with incredible selections from their film and book pairings. With a few more weeks before the Festival...

Suzanne Crocker was a med student at Queen’s University in the late ‘80s. Now she makes films in Dawson City, Yukon, including the KCFF15 People’s Choice Winner ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD and the Hot Docs fave FIRST WE EAT (which is screening at...

Want to get a sneak peek at the incredible films we have lined up for 2021? Check out our trailer to get started planning your festival must-see list.  KCFF includes startling debut features, thought-provoking docs, uniquely compelling dramas and soon-to-be cult faves.  Tickets and passes are...