New This Weekend: I Used to Be Funny and In A Violent Nature

The Cinema Society of Kingston is a new community-led organization working to build a strong local culture for movie lovers, filmmakers, and learners alike. It will host movie screenings with guest speakers, playing movies (new & old) that may otherwise not be seen in Kingston.

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Tuesday June 18 @ 6pm

Show & Tell: A Filmmakers’ Open Mic Night

A joint production between Kingston Film & Media and the The Cinema Society of Kingston. Free Admission, everyone is welcome to attend: Ever wondered what your latest project would look like on the big screen of an actual cinema? Then join us for our Show & Tell Filmmaker Open Mic event, where you to show […]

An ambitious biopic of literary great Flannery O'Connor

Wildcat – With Guest Talk by Irwin Streight

Cinema Society of KingstonBiopicBook Adaptation
Opens Jun 23

Can scandalous art still serve God? Does suffering precede all greatness? Can illness be a blessing? In 1950, writer Flannery O’Connor visits her mother Regina in Georgia when she is diagnosed with lupus at twenty-four years old.

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Opens June 21: Thelma

Opens June 28: Kinds of Kindness

Opens July 5: MaXXXine

June 19: Wilfred Buck with Filmmaker in Attendance

Double Feature: X & Pearl

Upcoming Classic Cinema

Sunday June 23: Wildcat + Guest Lecture

June 18: Show & Tell – A Filmmaker’s Open Mic

Daft Brewing x The Screening Room Beer: Big Bottom!

Kingston Pride: But I’m a Cheerleader

Upcoming Cinema Society Events

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Upcoming Screenings with On-Screen Captions