Published Jan 12, 2015Set to celebrate the future of Canadian film, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival has announced the first batch of films that will be screening at this year's event.
Stéphane Lafleur's Tu Dors Nicole, Sturla Gunnarrson's Monsoon and Queen's University graduate Audrey Cummings' Berkshire County lead the pack in the first round of announced films.
After the Ball, Felix and Meira, La Petite Reine, Luck's Hard and The Price We Pay round out the list of featured films announced so far.
In addition to film screenings, KCFF has announced a concert by Lowest of the Low's Ron Hawkins, which will take place on February 27 at the Baby Grand Theatre. The event will kick off with a screening of Luck's Hard (a documentary about Ron Hawkins and the Do Good Assassins), followed by a moderated Q&A and live performance from Hawkins. Tickets are available here.
As previously reported, Hawkins will release his new album Garden Songs on February 3 via Pheromone Recordings.
Now in its 15th year, the film fest runs from February 26 to March 1 across venues in Kingston, ON. Full information and additional film announcements can be found at its website.