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.
Are you a filmmakers interested in attending workshops, Q&A’s, socials and filmmaker gala’s? check out our workshops in our ykiff-2016-industry-events or read about ykiff-2016-industry-guide. Just Interesting in watching movies? our full program can be downloaded here: wamp-ykiff-2016-program-wr
Get your festival tickets now and beat the rush at the venue, also consider the festival unlimited screening pass, a great deal over 50% in savings! Tickets for shows at NACC Tickets for shows at Capitol Theatre
Registration of Hack Space NT Yellowknife workshops is open! This Program for youth teaches the construction of Kano kits raspberry pi computers and ‘scratch’ game programming software, little bits electronics, 3d printing and Toy Hacking. Dates & Times: July 25th -29th Littlebits (ages 10-12) 1-5 pm Aug 15th – 19 KANO (age 12-14) 1-5 pm Location: WAMP
Interested Filmmakers and Bands should contact us to register. Bands and Filmmakers must purchase a membership for each member of the Band/ Production team to compete, THIS IS YOUR REGISTRATION FEE. Registered Teams will have access to WAMP equipment. Normal WAMP rental policies apply. In the event that we have an odd number of teams
The Yellowknife International Film Festival wants your submissions! If you are a northern filimmaker request a fee waiver and submit for free. June 10, 2016 Regular Deadline July 10, 2016 Late Deadline July 20, 2016 Extended Deadline You can submit via: Withoutabox northern waiver = EYMOFI or FilmFreeway northern waiver= nswFF2016.
Dechinta and WAMP have partnered with the Intitiative for Indigenous Futures, a partnership to empower Indigenous youth and imagine the future through digital media. Come meet the people behind the project and find out how to get involved. Where: Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Museum Cafe When: Sunday, May 1st, 2016 11:00 am
As one of this year’s national sponsors, the Northwest Territories Film Commission is joining with its community partner Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP), to commemorate this year’s event with a FREE film screening of the Canadian cult classic mockumentary, FUBAR, beginning at 7:00pm on Wednesday, April 20 at the lower level of the Elks. Adults (19+) only. You can also expect popcorn, door prizes
In this 2 day workshop participants learn about digital storytelling covering topics such as copyright, documentary, composition, angles, perspective, focus, exposure. This workshop takes photography one step further to teach participants to tell a story with photographs, what when and how to capture a key moment in the story that is personal to their lives. The
A hands-on Kano computer building workshop for children ages 9 -12 years but also very popular with adults! During the two-day workshop participants will learn how to assemble the Kano computer, and then make their own simple videogames using basic graphics, game design and programming through scratch. Check out the Kano website here. DATES & LOCATION: