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Guide to The 2016 Kingston Canadian Film Festival

Kingston Canadian Film Festival 2016, OntarioThe Kingston Canadian Film Festival is celebrating it’s 16th year this week! The 2016 line up is as impressive as ever. In addition to a huge list of feature films and local shorts, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival 2016 also offers fun receptions where you can meet and mingle with filmmakers, guests, sponsors, volunteers, staff, and audience members. Be sure to check out the list of free workshops also being offered throughout the festival weekend. Tickets can be purchased individually and in various packages. Find out more here. See you there!

Thursday, February 25th

1:30pm: Film Lab – Interactive Gaming Panel at The Tett Centre
6:00pm: Film Lab – Making Videogames for Beginners at The Tett Centre
7:00pm: screening of Driving with Selvi at The Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts
8:45pm: TD/Cogeco Opening Reception at The Tett Centre

Friday, February 26th

11:25am: screening of Canadian Shorts Program at the Screening Room 2
11:30am: screening of Le bruit des arbres at the Baby Grand
2:00pm: screening of After the Last River at the Baby Grand
2:30pm: Film Lab – Breaking In Career Event at Queen’s University, Goodes Hall
4:30pm: screening of Al Purdy Was Here at the Baby Grand
5:00pm: screening of Local Shorts – EPICS at the Screening Room 2
6:55pm: screening of Forsaken at the Screening Room 1
7:00pm: screening of Sleeping Giant at City Hall, Memorial Hall
7:05pm: screening of Guantanamo’s Child at the Baby Grand
7:10pm: screening of Le Dep at the Screening Room 2
9:00pm: Comedy Scott Thompson at Blu Martini
9:25pm: screening of Les êtres chers at the Screening Room 2
9:30pm: screening of Borealis at the Baby Grand
9:35pm: screening of River at the Screening Room 1
11:00pm: Music by Les Breastfeeders at The Mansion

Saturday, February 27th

9:30am: Film Lab – Film Criticism 101 at the Baby Grand
9:30am: Film Lab – Youth Animation Workshop at the Grand Theatre, Davies Lounge
10:00am: Film Lab – Comedy Writing at the Delta
10:30am: screening of Forsaken at the Screening Room 1
10:35am: screening of Family Pictures: Stories of Barriefield Village at the Screening Room 2
10:40am: screening of Guantanamo’s Child at the Baby Grand
12:00pm: Film Lab – Kids Animation Workshop at the Grand Theatre, Davies Lounge
1:00pm: screening of Les êtres chers at the Screening Room 1
1:05pm: screening of Youth Shorts Program at the Baby Grand
1:10pm: screening of After the Last River at the Screening Room 2
1:30pm: KCFF Mix + Mingle Reception at Tango Nuevo
3:45pm: screening of River at the Screening Room 1
3:50pm: screening of The Messenger at the Baby Grand
3:55pm: screening of Canadian Shorts Program at the Screening Room 2
4:00pm: screening of Wawahte at City Hall, Memorial Hall
5:00pm: Film Lab – Make a Pitch at The Mansion
6:45pm: screening of Born to Be Blue at the Screening Room 1
6:50pm: screening of Born to Be Blue at the Screening Room 2
6:55pm: screening of Al Purdy Was Here at the Baby Grand
7:00pm: screening of Into the Forest at City Hall, Memorial Hall
9:00pm: Comedy K. Trevor Wilson at The Toucan
9:25pm: screening of Closet Monster at the Screening Room 1
9:30pm: screening of Borealis at the Baby Grand
9:35pm: screening of Hurt at the Screening Room 2

Sunday, February 28th

10:30am: screening of Closet Monster at the Screening Room 1
10:45am: screening of Hockey’s Lost Boy: The Rise & Fall of George Patterson at the Screening Room 2
10:45am: screening of C is for Canada at the Baby Grand
1:10pm: screening of Les démons at the Baby Grand
1:15pm: screening of Hurt at the Screening Room 1
1:20pm: screening of Terminal Device at the Screening Room 2
3:45pm: screening of The Forbidden Room at the Screening Room 1
3:50pm: screening of The Messenger at the Screening Room 2
3:55pm: screening of Le bruit des arbres at the Baby Grand
7:00pm: Screening of Le Coeur de Madame Sabali at the Baby Grand
7:00pm: Closing Night Awards Reception at the Delta

Select Filmmakers with Local Connections at KCFF 2016

Elisa Paloschi: Driving with SelviElisa Paloschi, Driving with Selvi, Kingston, OntarioDirector Elisa Paloschi returns to Kingston to share her latest film Driving with Selvi, which tells the story of teenager run away from her child marriage… Read More
Mickayla Pike: Invaluable, and AndroktoneMickayla Pike, Kingston, OntarioMickayla Pike is an award-winning short film director and student who has two short films being screened at KCFF 2016! Pursuing a career in filmmaking has… Read More
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