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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.
Please note, as of May 17th, 2021, WAMP will be requiring 50% of projected rental fee to be paid upon rental pick up and remaining rental fee to be paid upon returning. For all equipment bookings and related inquiries please contact: email@example.com
Western Arctic Moving Pictures is seeking to hire a part-time office administrator. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational skills, be a strong communicator, and self-motivated. Duties include membership services, basic administration, programming support, and communications. Experience in the film and media industry not required, though it is an asset. View the full job description
The 48 Film Festival (aka. The 48) is a brand new initiative, a Canada-wide short film festival that aims to discover, cultivate and celebrate rising Canadian talent in film, music, aural and visual design, and the performing arts. For one weekend, participants will write, shoot, direct, score, edit and produce a short film (maximum 4
Tuesday, February 16th, 7:00pm on ZOOM Notice is hereby given to all members of Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP) that the Annual General Meeting will be held on February 16, 7:00 pm on Zoom. All memberships are to be renewed before the AGM in order to vote. Update your membership here! Already renewed your membership?
What will the tools and technologies used by Indigenous communities of the future look like? What will they do? What materials will they be made from and who will create them? In this online workshop, participants will imagine and design technologies that will be used by Indigenous peoples and their communities seven generations in the
Initiative for Indigenous Futures 2021 Symposium August 18-20, 2021, Yellowknife, NT Posting for Symposium Coordinator BACKGROUND Western Arctic Moving Pictures (WAMP) is a non-profit arts organization based in the city of Yellowknife, NT. Canada. WAMP’s mission is to produce, support, showcase, and promote film, video, and digital media throughout the Northwest Territories (NWT). For the
Yellowknife International Film Festival starts Today! An online showcase for film and new media works from all over the Canadian and circumpolar north with selected international works. Visit the YKIFF website to get your tickets to 13 feature films, 3 short programs and a ton of free content produced in the north all available online
WAMP’s annual 48 hour music video took place over the weekend of September 11th to 13th, 2020. On Friday September 11th at 5:00 pm, WAMP president Pablo Saravanja drew songs to match with filmmakers. The draw and screening took place virtually this year, to abide by COVID-19 regulations. This year, we had more song submissions
Registration for our annual 48 Hour Music Video is now OPEN! The Team draw will be done virtually at 5:00 pm on Friday, September 11th, 2020 Deadline for submitting videos: 5:00 pm Sunday, September 13th, 2020Both band/musician and video crew get a sweet video!Registration fees -Band/musician: 100$ -Video team: WAMP membership fee (50$) *if not