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AMPIA Rosie Awards - 2023

2023 AMPIA Rosie Awards

The 50th anniversary celebration of the Alberta Film and Television Awards (the Rosies) will held on Saturday, September 30th in Edmonton, Alberta. Rosies will be awarded in 57 categories. Host and venue to be announced.

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Success Stories

A look at some of the people and productions who are making history in Alberta

Lift - Directed by Katrina Beatty

Lift – Short Film

After a cocky Edmonton pilot is grounded from flying in WWII, he and his brother search for their sense of self among the returning post-war heroes.

The Revenant

The Revenant

The crew filmed the majority of “The Revenant” in Canada. According to Looper, they filmed quite a few scenes in an area of the Canadian Rockies west of Calgary, Alberta, in Kananaskis Country.

Come True

Come True

Come True, a nightmarish, slow-burn horror film, was shot entirely in this city by filmmaker Anthony Scott Burns, who is in the process of moving back to Edmonton himself. It’s not a jump-scare kind of freak fest, but an ode to the shadows of our nightmares, of waking dreams.



A creak of floorboards, a groaning door hinge, a sense of movement in the darkness and little else. Edmonton filmmaker Kyle Edward Ball exploits this minimalism in the wee hours of the night to horrific effect in his film Skinamarink.

Featured Profiles

Showcasing some of the incredible Alberta media professionals making waves in the industry right now. Learn more about these talented individuals and their outstanding projects.

Katrina Beatty

Innovative Director/Producer

Katrina Beatty has written and directed several short films and music videos including Cold, 21 Floors, Nausea, The Dinner Table, The Meat Market, and Day to Day on various formats from 16mm film to the RED EPIC.

People in the Spotlight

Kyle Ball


Edmonton-raised filmmaker whose film 'Skinamarink' has received positive reviews from outlets like Roger Ebert, The New York Times, and Rolling Stone, was made with a mind-blowingly small budget of $15,000 U.S and has since grossed over 3-million dollars at the box-office.