Since its inception in the summer of 2018, the Knowlton Film Festival has presented a rich selection of documentary, fiction, and animated films. A showcase for current cinema, the KFF’s mission is to offer a stimulating and high-quality viewing experience, both for the public and for the directors invited to present and discuss their films during Q&A sessions and master classes.
The Festival also strives to highlight the cinematographic creations of the Eastern Townships and to promote films outside the big centers.
For its fourth edition, the FFK adds a Quebec short film competition to its programming. This year, an audience award will also be given to the best Canadian feature film.
More competitive, but also more festive, the Knowlton Film Festival team warmly invites you to gather around the program of this fourth edition which will be unveiled in mid-June!
Did you know!
In the 2022 edition, the films Coda: Life with Music, Babysitter and Les Tricheurs were sold out. Inspiring exchanges captivated festival-goers thanks to the generous presence of many artists and artisans: Tracey Deer (Beans), Laura Rietveld (La famille de la forêt), Hélène Bélanger-Martin and André Desjardins (Libre), Anik Salas (Réalisatrices équitables, conférencière), Nicole Giguère (Prisons sans barreaux), Guylaine Maroist, Michel Constantineau, Pierre Huet and Denis Pantis (Jukebox), Pierre Even (C. R.A.Z.Y.), Monia Chokri (Babysitter), Christine Beaulieu (Les Tricheurs) and Louis Godbout (Coda and Les Tricheurs).