The 48 Hour Music Video Competition 2016The 48 Hour gives front seat exposure to filmmakers and musicians alike and a chance to win sick prizes. Interested Filmmakers and Bands should contact email@example.com to register. Competition starts: June 25 2016, draw at noon Videos Due: 1 pm, June 27th 2016. Late submissions will be disqualified. Stock footage: Not permitted
Supporting Northern Film
Welcome to Western Arctic Moving Pictures. We are a non-profit arts organization based in the city of Yellowknife, NT. Canada. Our mission is to produce, support, showcase and promote film, video, and digital media throughout the Northwest Territories.
Yellowknife International Film Festival 2016
Open for submissions. Check out how to submit electronically and take note of deadlines coming up soon.
48 hour Music Video Competition '16
Register your video team for the 2016 competition!
Introducing the Initiative for Indigenous Futures
Come and meet the people behind the project and find out how to get involved. You can also register for the workshop: Indigenous Character Design.
Celebrate National Canadian Film day!
April 20th is National Canadian Film Day – an opportunity to raise awareness of the achievements of Canadian filmmakers and to encourage Canadians across the country to take time out and watch a great Canadian Film.
Initiative for Indigenous Futures
New Concordia-led partnership to empower Indigenous youth and imagine the future
through digital media. Dechinta Bush University Centre for Research and Learning and Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP) are proud partner institutions on this exciting SSHRC research grant.
Telefilm Micro Budget Production Program 2016-17
WAMP is now accepting proposals for the Telefilm Micro-budget Production program 2016-17
Documentary Production Workshop
Have a story to tell? want to make your own short documentary about something your passionate about? Registration is now open for the WAMP short Documentary Incubator.
4 Seasons of WAMP 2015
The 4 SEASONS of WAMP program supports the efforts of emerging Northern Filmmakers, helping to transform their stories from the realm of home-video to a festival-ready broadcast worthy production. This experience-building program also increases opportunities for novice members to participate on exciting productions and gain local, professional-level experience.