We have extended the deadline for applications until 11:59 PM on Monday, November 22nd. If you know an emerging Indigenous filmmaker make sure they get their application in! The first award was given to Heather Hatch who just had her film premiere at TIFF, you could be next! https://twitter.com/EdmontonScreen/status/1445475039843786763
Tonight's of @TribalTVSeries is EXCELLENT. The task force's investigation keeps leading them to Buke. This ep blurs ethical boundaries and will really make you question right/wrong. It continues to delve into the affects of PTSD. The impact and actions of policing.
I’m so excited to check out #JANN tonight at 7pm on @CTV! It was a blast being on set, shooting this episode with the incredible and hilarious @jannarden! 😁🙏🏾 #JannOnCTV
We're so proud of the whole APMC team for their #RosieAwards win! Our #KidoodleTV Story Snacks won in the 'Best Children’s Program or Series' category! @YourAMPIA
#awards #tech #technews #industryawards #advertising #childrensmedia #videoproduction #video
Have you seen our PSA airing now on @GlobalTV?
The screen industries in Alberta translates to real, good-paying jobs, across a multitude of disciplines and 2021 has already been one of the best years on record!
#ABFilm #ABCreates #YYCFilm #YEGFilm #KeepAlbertaRolling
Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) is a non-profit professional association incorporated in 1973. At its inception, its mandate was to support the independent motion picture industry as a viable economic and cultural force within the Province of Alberta.