Volunteer Interest Form






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Age Requirement

Are you a student?


Time Commitment

In order to keep the number of volunteers needed to a manageable level, our volunteers required to complete a few 4-6 hour shifts per festival (approximately 12 hours total). Please indicate if you think you will be able to complete the minimum commitment.

Please indicate your general availability and check all that apply; we'll confirm specific times once the schedule is set and from there you can accept the volunteer shifts or request a different one.

Wednesday, March 11

Thursday, March 12

Friday, March 13

Saturday, March 14

Sunday, March 15

Have you volunteered for the Kingston Canadian Film Festival before?

Please describe any relevant experience you have that makes you an excellent film festival volunteer.

Do you speak any languages other than English?

Do you require any accommodations for you to volunteer?

Please let us know so we can work together to make sure that everything you need is in place for you.

Do you have any questions for us?

Send us a note and we'll get back to you as soon as we can!

Volunteer Code of Conduct

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival is committed to providing the best possible festival experience for all, endeavoring to create a friendly, safe, respectful and welcoming environment for patrons, participants, guests, sponsors, media, staff and volunteers. KCFF will not tolerate harassment and violence against or by any person at any KCFF events. Likewise, KCFF will not tolerate mistreatment of any kind towards or from our volunteers and staff.

By volunteering for the Festival, you agree to abide by this Code of Conduct. Any situation of non-compliance to this Code of Conduct by a volunteer may result in suspension of the volunteer from their duties and/or termination of the volunteering relationship with the Kingston Canadian Film Festival.

Accessibility Training

All staff and volunteers are required to complete the Customer Service Standards training in order to comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). The training is self-directed and online and takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete. We'll send you all of the details with links to the training, but please indicate that you are aware of this requirement and will complete the training on your own time, in advance of your first volunteer shift.
About Kingston Canadian Film Festival
The mission of KCFF is grounded in the belief that Canadian film and filmmakers are distinctive and vital to our country’s culture. We seek to develop an audience for our national cinema by promoting, celebrating and showcasing Canadian film in a vibrant, annual festival.
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