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CATWALK: TALES FROM THE CAT SHOW CIRCUIT Wednesday, April 18 8:15 pm The Screening Room $12 in advance online   Calling all cat people, especially those with a competitive streak! Two fancy felines face off in Catwalk, a funny and moving portrayal of the passionate sub-culture of cat showing. “Cat Fanciers”...

We've been working hard all year and can't wait to get things underway - the 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival is finally here! MEDITATION PARK plays tonight at the beautiful Isabel Bader Centre Concert Hall, with Vancouver's Mina Shum (Director) in attendance!  The show starts at 7pm.  As we've mentioned, there is...

Queen’s grad Molly McGlynn has her first feature length film MARY GOES ROUND in the Festival, and we sat down with her to chat about it!   KCFF: Tell me about your film in the festival! What inspired it, and how was the process of filming...

Even though he's not able to make the trip to Kingston, KCFF's Vishmayaa Jey chatted with Mila-Aung Thwin, writer and director of Let There Be Light, a documentary on the quest to create fusion energy on our planet.   KCFF: Tell us a little bit about your film -...

  With the Festival starting next week, we've been chatting to long-time festival goers and first-timers planning out their festival travels.  With KCFF only happening once a year, it's natural to have a few questions.  We've compiled some FAQs and come up with a few tips, tricks,...

With a cast that includes Geena Davis, Scott Thompson and Bruce Gray, relative newcomer Michelle McLeod shines as Irene in Pat Mill's DON'T TALK TO IRENE.  KCFF's Vishmayaa Jey chatted with Michelle to talk about the film and her starring role, starting out in Peterborough and what's...

Kingston filmmaker Josh Lyon has been featured in our Local Shorts Program before, but this year he’s back with a new film, THE THREE SISTERS (screening during EPICS 1). KCFF's Vishmayaa Jey chatted with him at the Festival’s Launch Party at Tango Nuevo a few...

KCFF'18 includes more shorts than ever before.  We've expanded our popular CANADIAN SHORTS program to three separate packages of professionally-made short films, all carefully curated from across the country.  This year, you will determine the Best Canadian Short of the Festival. Just like our Limestone Financial People's...

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...