By Alison Migneault, Kingston Canadian Film Festival
Feb 2, 2006, 13:24

The 6th Annual Kingston Canadian Film Festival will celebrate Canada's unique national identity with films that reflect the many different cultures, languages, orientations and viewpoints that define us.

When: March 8th to 12th, 2006
Where: City Hall at corner of Ontario and Brock St.
Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Contact: Alison Migneault, Festival Director
Phone: 613.484.2387

About KCFF

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is an annual celebration of the very best in Canadian cinema. The Festival is the largest single showcase of Canadian feature films from across the country. Each year the Kingston Canadian Film Festival showcases 20-25 feature length films, as well as numerous locally produced short films.

The 2005 Festival represented the most successful to date with increased attendance and strong guest line-up. Between March 9th and 13th, 2005 Kingston once again took the national spotlight and played host to the largest stand-alone showcase of feature films from across the country. Attracting more than 5,000 attendees, last year's event featured 30 screenings of 23 feature films, a professional shorts package, and 22 locally produced short films, as well as numerous workshops, seminars and special receptions.

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is a registered not-for-profit organization.


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