Here's What's Playing at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival
Published Feb 10, 2016Later this month, the Kingston Canadian Film Festival will return for its 2016 edition. As fans have come to expect by now, the festival's lineup boasts some seriously impressive films.
In a press release, the fest's director of programming Jason Anderson said, "Of all the programs we've presented in the KCFF's 16-year history, no single one boasts the same kind of range that viewers will discover in this year's edition."
Feature films playing the fest include the following:
After the Last River (dir. Victoria Lean), Al Purdy Was Here (dir. Brian D. Johnson), Borealis (dir. Sean Garrity), Born to Be Blue (dir. Robert Budreau), Le Bruit Des Arbres (dir. François Péloquin), Closet Monster (dir. Stephen Dunn), Les Démons (dir. Philippe Lesage), Le Dep (dir. Sonia Boileau), Driving with Selvi (dir. Elisa Paloschi), Les Êtres Chers (dir. Anne Émond), Family Pictures: Stories of Barriefield Village (dir. David McCallum), The Forbidden Room (dir. Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson), Forsaken (dir. Jon Cassar), Guantanamo's Child: Omar Khadr (dir. Patrick Reed and Michelle Shephard), Hockey's Lost Boy: The Rise and Fall of George Patterson (dir. Dale Morrisey), Into the Forest (dir. Patricia Rozema), The Messenger (dir. Su Rynard), River (dir. Jamie M. Dagg), Sleeping Giant (dir. Andrew Cividino), Terminal Device (dir. Ross Turnbull) and Wawahte (dir. John Sanfilippo).
In addition to its feature films, KCFF boasts four short film programs, a large number of workshops under its Film Lab initiative and a long list of special guests.
KCFF runs from February 25 to 28. To pick up tickets and learn more about the festival, go here.