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The Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) is back, and students are becoming more important to it than ever.
The first time I walked in to Classic Video, I was overwhelmed.
A topic, a camera and 72 hours.
Life’s challenges can be a source of fulfillment and even success, as two Queen’s alumni express in this soon-to-be-released documentary.
This past Friday night, I lost my virginity to the 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' along with Janet and Brad.
One year makes all the difference.
After escaping from Libya’s notorious Abu Salim prison, American freedom fighter Matthew VanDyke didn’t head home: he went straight back to the frontlines.
Documentary filmmaker Andrée Cazabon wants Canadians to realize that the third world is far closer to them than they may believe.
Sam Edwards had no idea that when he went to class on Tuesday night, legendary director David Cronenberg would show up.
A preview of this year's Kingston Canadian Film Festival.
Queen's grad and athlete Rogan Christopher talks about acting in his new film Footsteps.
Film-making professor says he used to watch his movies with the sound off during the editing process.
Samantha King's book Pink Ribbons, Inc premiers as a documentary.
The Screening Room begins a guest speaker initiative this Sunday.
The new owner of a local movie theatre is looking to attract students. Wendy Huot, a Queen’s University librarian, bought the Screening Room at 120 Princess St. this June. She said she’s hoping to add late-night screenings of horror and cult films to “encourage a different crowd and be a ...
Queen's students, Margaret Donahoe and Gillian Good, premiered their short film Fat at this year's TIFF Student Showcase on May 26.
The story of a man on the road to redemption, Biutiful shows viewers the contradiction that darkness can light the way.