2020 Rosie Award Finalists Announced!

Finalists and New Event Date Announced for the 2020 Alberta Film & Television (Rosie) Awards


Legal Cut Pro Podcast Sponsored by AMPIA

The program hosted by Greg Pang and Michelle Molineux is now available on several platforms


Rosie Photos Now Available

Photo gallery on AMPIA's Facebook page!


AMPIA’s 2020 Annual General Meeting


AMPIA’s 2020 Annual General Meeting will take place virtually on Saturday, October 24 from 11:00am – 1:00pm. At the AGM, a vote will be held to elect a Slate of Directors, which will be sent out to the membership by October 9, 2019. Additional nominations, endorsed by the signatures of three members in good standing, will be accepted until October 14, 2020.


All AMPIA members in good standing are eligible to run for election to the AMPIA Board. As Canada’s oldest media industry association, AMPIA is dependent on its highly skilled volunteer Board members to provide leadership, direction and mentorship to Alberta’s next generation of film and television content creators, while elevating the skill level of the membership. The term limit for an AMPIA board member is 4 consecutive 2 year terms (8 years) at which time the board member must step down, but is eligible to run for election again following a one year hiatus. Each member is required to act as a Chair or Co-Chair on one of AMPIA’s many committees.

All members are encouraged to run for election by undertaking a few simple steps:

  1. Simply fill out the AMPIA Nomination Form – Click here to Download (PDF  |  Word)
  2. Fill out the AMPIA Board Candidate Form [Click Here for the Board Candidate Form] and submit it by email by October 14, 2020 to: action@ampia.org
  3. Board Candidate Forms will be posted along with Current Board Members for membership to review.

Each Board candidate will be provided the opportunity to speak directly to the membership for a 3-minutes during the AGM. Following the AGM, AMPIA will host a board member orientation session including AMPIA governance practices and objectives.

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The Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) is a vibrant non-profit professional association representing the interests of Alberta film, television and interactive digital content creators. We are producers and craftspeople who develop, produce and market our stories across screens and platforms throughout the world.

What We Do

Alberta Film & Television Awards

The Rosie Awards & Gala brings Alberta’s brightest stars and industry professionals together to honour and celebrate the year’s best in production.

Workshops & Networking

We design professional development events and networking opportunities, bringing in the world’s leading experts in Producing, Screenwriting, and Digital Distribution

Advocacy &
Government Relations

AMPIA represents its members in negotiations with various levels of government as well as regulatory agencies, including the CRTC

Member Benefits

Members are entitled to such benefits as discounts on insurance, professional development and much more.

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