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.
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
The 11th annual Yellowknife International Film Festival was successful in bringing a smaller but richer and deeper experience for filmmakers, guests and participants of the festival. This year we had scheduled 14 official festival guests 10 of which were from out of town. We screened 12 features, and 29 shorts films, of which 14
A WAMP favourite this event engages the media arts and musical community and encourages collaboration between artists meanwhile raising the profile of local music. Musicians and Filmmakers meet at WAMP and draw to see who they are working with and then have 48 hours to create a music video. The video’s are then judged by
The Yellowknife International Film Festival wants your submissions! If you are a northern filmmaker request a fee waiver and submit for free. May 20, 2017 Earlybird Deadline June 15, 2017 Regular Deadline June 30, 2017 Late Deadline July 15, 2017 Extended Deadline You can submit via: FilmFreeway northern waiver= NFWFF2017 Brought to you by:
Western Arctic Moving Pictures in cooperation with our community partners will tour a package of films from the 10th annual Yellowknife International Film Festival (YKIFF) into every region in the NWT, with the support of the Department of Industry, Tourism, and Investment. YKIFF showcases film and new media works from all over the Canadian and
In this 2 day workshop participants learned about photography essentials such as copyright, composition, angles, perspective, focus, exposure. This workshop took 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 group
WAMP is accepting proposals for the Telefilm Micro-budget Production program 2017-18 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 talent, supporting them in the