KCFF is excited to showcase the work of Michif filmmaker, Amanda Strong! On August 13, you can check out a series of her short films (for free!) in the City Hall Amphitheatre, downtown Kingston. Amanda works mostly in stop-motion filmmaking and has exhibited her films at...

Two of Canada’s top musicians unite for the “FORGIVE ME TOUR”, December 17th at The Isabel! KCFF and KPP Concerts are excited to welcome duo – two-time JUNO Award winner, Chantal Kreviazuk and a four-time winner with Our Lady Peace, Raine Maida - to Kingston as one of...

Announcing our second film from the SUMMER SCREENING SERIES!  Filmmaker Rob Lindsay (Queen's Film alum) will be presenting his documentary GO BOY! MEMORIES OF A LIFE BEHIND BARS at the Kingston Pen on August 19!  Joining Rob will be the Caron family for a post-screening...

The Kingston Film Office and the Kingston Canadian Film Festival are excited to announce the second edition of the KINGSTON MUSIC VIDEO INITIATIVE.  Once again, local film production companies will receive financing to create new music videos featuring some of Kingston's top emerging bands/musicians!  This...

Make your KCFF experience extra special this year by staying a night or two (or longer) with one of our accommodation partners. There's lots of deals to be had: 1) Each partner is offering a KCFF discount. Details below. 2) Each partner will offer a $100 VISA gift card...

While it's been a disheartening week with many of the COVID-related closures, we remain hopeful and optimistic for 2022!   Plans are in place for our in-person festival to run March 3-6, with the option to view digitally from March 3-13.  Our lineup is 99.9% locked...

Just a few minutes ago Thom Ernst announced the winners of the 2021 Kingston Canadian Film Festival. Here are the award-winning films and you can still catch them online for a few more hours - they're available until 11:59 pm TONIGHT.   Canadian Shorts Awards sponsored by...