The Yellowknife International Film Festival is open for Submissions. The 2018 festival will take place from September 26-30th, 2018 and will take place at the Capitol theatre and the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre. Yellowknife International Film Festival proudly accepts entries via FilmFreeway.com
Featuring Films selected from the TIFF Film Circuit Spring/Summer Schedule Purchase your tickets here May 25th, 7pm : Tulipani: Love, Honour and a Bicycle, 90 Min. Netherlands, 2017 May 26th, 1pm International Shorts ( 63 min.) Last Summer ( New Zealand, Japan ) – 13 mins Eric spends long Summer days at home with his grandmother, who is beginning
Know Your Tools; Basic Sound Gear Workshop May 7, 2018 @6:30 pm Fee: WAMP members Instructor: Terry Woolf Know Your Tools; Basic Camera Operation May 8, 2018 @ 6:30 pm Fee: WAMP members Instructors: Terry Woolf, Jeremy Emerson, Davis Heslep Know Your Tools; Stabilizers, sliders, supports May 9, 2018 @ 6:30 pm Fee: WAMP members
Laurie Brown: The Power of Radio The Yellowknife Public Library in partnership with the Snowking’s Winter Festival and Western Arctic Moving Pictures is excited to present a talk by Laurie Brown. Join us Wednesday, March 14 at 6:30pm for The Power of Radio: Lessons Learned from a decade at the mic for CBC 2’s The
The Yellowknife International Film festival follow up event, Winterlude is a chance to showcase even more local and Canadian content in the dead of winter. With selections from Canada, NWT, USA and Poland. END OF THE ROAD | JAN 13th 2:00 pm | NACC Tai Uhlmann 112 min. “It’s the end of the road and
WAMP accepting proposals for Telefilm Talent to Watch program 2018-19 *previously Micro-budget Production Program Want to make your first feature film or narrative based web project? Do you have a script and innovative digital marketing and distribution plan? WAMP, in collaboration with Telefilm Canada wants your pitch! Telefilm Canada’s Micro-Budget Production Program targets emerging Canadian
Notice is hereby given to all members of Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP) that the Annual General Meeting with be held at the WAMP offices (4916-49th street) on November 15th, 7pm. Refreshments provided.
Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP), with the support of the NWT arts council and The Yellowknife Community Foundation, put on a summer video game workshop focused on indigenous youth. The curriculum was developed by facilitator Meagan Byrne and supplemented by the Initiative for Indigenous Futures “Skins” program and WAMP’s Hackspace program and will be used