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Guide to the 12th Kingston Canadian Film Festival

Kingston Canadian Film FestivalThe 12th annual Kingston Canadian Film Festival is just days away, and I’m struggling to contain my excitement. This year’s festival runs from March 1st until the 4th, and is jam packed with great Canadian films, shorts, workshops and parties where you can network with visiting filmmakers and fellow festival goers. In case you missed, or in the event that you need some suggestions to determine what films to screen, check out our interview with the festival’s Director of Programming, Jason Anderson. The full schedule of events, screenings and festival magic can be found below:

Thursday, March 1

4:00pm: Local Lowdown Workshop, at Olivea
6:00pm: Borderline Installation – open until 9 pm, at 275 Princess St
7:00pm: Edwin Boyd, at Empire Theatre
9:00pm: Opening Reception, at Tango

Friday, March 2
3:00pm: Breaking In: Starting a Career in Film and Media, at Queen’s Career Services
6:00pm: Borderline Installation – open until 9 pm, at 275 Princess St
6:00pm: Monsieur Lazhar, at Empire Theatre
7:00pm: Billy Bishop Goes to War, at the Screening Room 1
7:10pm: Shorts Package, at the Screening Room 2
8:15pm: Cold Blooded, at Empire Theatre
9:15pm: Nuit, at the Screening Room 1
9:25pm: Amy George, at the Screening Room 2
10:15pm: Keyhole, at Empire Theatre

Saturday, March 3
10:00am: Kids’ Animation Workshop, at Queen’s Film House
10:30am: Nell Shipman: In Focus Seminar, at Olivea
12:00pm: Wiebo’s War, at the Screening Room 1
12:00pm: Master Class: Documentary, at the Screening Room 2
12:20pm: The National Parks Project 1, at Empire Theatre
2:30pm: Filmmakers’ Reception – open until 4 pm, at Tango
4:00pm: The National Parks Project II, at Empire Theatre
4:00pm: Amy George, at the Screening Room 1
4:10pm: Billy Bishop Goes to War, at the Screening Room 2
6:00pm: Modern Fuel Borderline Reception – open until 9 pm, at 275 Princess St
6:00pm: Borderline Installation – open until 9 pm, at 275 Princess St
6:15pm: I am a Good Person/I am a Bad Person, at Empire Theatre
7:00pm: La Sacrée, at the Screening Room 1
7:20pm: The Guantanamo Trap, at the Screening Room 2
8:15pm: The Samaritan, at Empire Theatre
9:30pm: Café de Flore, at the Screening Room 1
9:40pm: Kivalina v. Exxon, at the Screening Room 2
10:25pm: The Corridor, at Empire Theatre

Sunday, March 4
10:30am: Writer-Director Collaborations Workshop, at Olivea
11:00am: Young Adults’ Animation Workshop, at Queen’s Film House
12:00pm: The Guantanamo Trap, at the Screening Room 1
12:10pm: Monsieur Lazhar, at Empire Theatre
12:15pm: Shorts Package, at the Screening Room 2
2:30pm: On a Grand Scale: Nell Shipman, at the Grand Theatre
3:00pm: Café de Flore, at the Screening Room 1
3:15pm: Kivalina v. Exxon, at the Screening Room 2
6:00pm: Borderline Installation – open until 9 pm, at 275 Princess St
7:00pm: Starbuck – Free Screening, at Empire Theatre

Thanks to CFUS Photos for today’s shot.

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