KCFF

KCFF brings back live showings

Passionate film lovers who entered theatres at the Screening Room and the Isabel Bader Centre received the full in-person experience of the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF).Continue...

‘The Common Thread’ puts Congo in the spotlight

Kingston-based artist Heather Haynes has joined with local production company Untold Storytelling to produce The Common Thread , a film about her travels to Congo.

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Kingston Canadian Film Festival to offer virtual and in-person screenings

The annual Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) is returning Mar. 3 to 13 with a new hybrid delivery method offering viewers virtual and in-person screenings.Continue...

Public art exhibition celebrates Canadian filmmakers

A public art exhibition called Film x Design has been unveiled through the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF).Continue...

Kingston Canadian Film Festival: Unpacking ‘The Paper Man’

When Tanya Lapointe set out to make a documentary on Claude Lafortune, Quebec’s Mr. Rogers, she had no idea her film would become the swansong for The Paper Man, who passed away in April 2020.Continue...

In documentary, Yukon family skips grocery shopping for an entire year

One of the many problems COVID-19 has brought to attention to is our troubled relationship with food. Queen’s alum and doctor-turned-filmmaker Suzanne Crocker, however, was confronted with this fraught relationship long before the pandemic hit.Continue...

Kingston Canadian Film Festival returns

From March 1 to 4, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will return to screens around the city.Continue...

Kingston Canadian Film Festival

For the past 16 years, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) has been showcasing a dynamic program of Canadian films. This year was no different as the festival screened a robust lineup of the year’s favourite feature films and shorts, not to mention being hosted by Canadian rockers, Mother Mother.Continue...

Kingston Canadian Film Festival kicks off

This year’s Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) marks the 15th anniversary of the largest stand-alone showcase of Canadian film in the world.Continue...