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Fil Fraser: A History of the Rosies

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AMPIA celebrates 43 years of the Alberta Film & Television Awards, aka The Rosies.  Few people know Alberta lead the way to establish the first film and television awards ceremony in Canada and it all started with Fil Fraser.  

Fil Fraser is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist, writer and human rights activist with an impressive career spanning more than half a century. Born in Montreal, Fraser headed west at the height of his career in the media industry, a time where he says, “you couldn’t turn on the radio or TV without seeing me there.” He was a Co-Anchor for CBC Edmonton’s news and public affairs program, the host of Talk Back – the most highly rated talk show on CJCA – from 1974-1979 and hosted his own program on ITV, The Fil Fraser Show.

The Alberta Film & Television Awards were founded in 1974 as a result of Fil Fraser’s conversation with Minister of Culture Horst Schmid. Fil shares on that experience and the very unique sculpture that became the first Rosie Award…


The Rosies, 43rd Alberta Film & Television Awards

Saturday, April 29, 2017
Shaw Conference Centre, Hall D
9797 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, Alberta
Hosted by Michelle Thrush

Click here to Purchase Gala Tickets
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2016 Rosie Award Winners

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The 42nd Alberta Film & Television Awards were held at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary on May 7. Over 650 guests attended The Rosies Gala to honour the very best of Alberta’s production in the screen industry.

The majority of this year’s Rosie winners were first-time nominees in their categories,  including Best Actress Jordyn White (Blackstone),  Best Screenwriter Benjamin Ross Hayden (The Northlander), Producers Cody Kennedy and Tim Rutherford for Best Web Series (Straight To Video: A B Movie Odyssey) and Chris Hsiung won for his first feature documentary Elder in the Making.

WINNERS | 2016 Alberta Film Television Awards Winners

Press Highlights:

CBC | David Bell
Calgary Herald | Eric Volmers
International Business Times | Sachin Trevedi

Photo by Mark 11 Photography. Visit site: http://www.mark11.com/

The 2016 Rosies Gala

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Welcome Rosie Nominees and Guests of this year’s Alberta Film & Television Awards! Here are some quick links to get you prepared for the big night!

Event Info

Saturday, May 7, 2016
Hyatt Regency Imperial Ballroom
700 Centre Street South East
Calgary, Alberta

Rosie Reception – 5:30pm
Dinner and Show – 6:30 – 9:30pm

Purchase Rosie Gala Tickets

AMPIA Rate
Regular – $165.00 | Premium – $190.00
Non-Member Rate
Regular – $190.00 | Premium – $220.00
Student (Full Time)
Regular – $105.00

Click here to purchase tickets
Gala tickets are held at the will call table during the Rosie Reception.

Book Your Room at the Hyatt

Click here to book your accommodations.

Connect With AMPIA

Twitter: @YourAMPIA #Rosies2016
Facebook:  www.facebook.com/yourAMPIA
Event Page: Rosies Gala Facebook Event

Photos of the Rosies Gala will be available after the event on the AMPIA Facebook page. Be sure to tag yourself!
Take a look at some of last year’s photos.

Questions? Please call the AMPIA office 780-944-0707.

JEBB FINK TO HOST ROSIES GALA!

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We are excited to announce that award-winning comedian, Jebb Fink will be hosting The Rosies Gala and 42nd Alberta Film & Television Awards!

Jebb has spent the last 32 years performing comedy across North America and internationally on various cruise lines. Jebb has hosted CBC’s  Just for Laughs  “All Access Pass” and has been a writer and performer with the Just for Laughs Festival, as well as for the Winnipeg Comedy Festival.  It is hard not to recognize Jebb from his eight years co-hosting the A-Channel’s “Big Breakfast” or as the host of City TV’s “Your City”.  We are delighted to have Jebb join us for The Rosies this year.

The Rosies will take place on Saturday, May 7, 2016 in Calgary, Alberta.

Sponsor The ROSIES

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THE ROSIES is the annual Gala for the Alberta Film & Television Awards and the primary fundraiser for the Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA). The evening brings out Alberta’s brightest stars and industry professionals to honour and celebrate the year’s best in production. Over fifty Rosie Awards will be presented, recognizing excellence in all aspects of Alberta’s screen-based content.

Sponsors receive tickets to The Rosies Gala, enjoying an evening of live entertainment and a three-course meal at the Hyatt Regency Imperial Ballroom in Calgary on Saturday, May 7, 2016. Celebrate with the creators of Alberta’s leading documentaries, feature films and internationally acclaimed television series!  It’s an event not to be missed! View our 2016 Sponsorship deck to learn more.

New Sponsorship Opportunities!

The Event Photography Sponsor puts your brand in the spotlight! Over 300 nominees will have their photos taken with YOUR LOGO in the background. This opportunity delivers the highest visibility possible and provides a seamless promotional exposure both during and well after the event.  Find out more here.

Rosie Submissions are Open!

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Have you created something spectacular this year? Submit your latest project for a Rosie Nomination!

Each year, AMPIA honours excellence and outstanding achievement in Alberta’s film, television and digital media industry. This year marks the 42nd Annual Alberta Film & Television Awards aka The Rosies.

Our 2016 call for submissions is now open.
All productions entered must have been completed between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015.

Click here for an application.

Entries can be dropped off in person or mailed to:
AMPIA
Suite 200, 7316-101 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T6A 0J2

Donovan Workun to Host Rosies Gala!

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We are pleased to announce that Edmonton Comedian and Actor Donovan Workun will be hosting the 2015 Rosies Gala! Donovan has been a professional improviser for 25 years. As the founding Member of The Atomic Improv Co. and Rapid Fire Theatre, Donovan is a 3 time world improv champion. He has performed across North America, the Caribbean and Europe including several showcases at L.A.’s “Laugh Factory” and Montreal’s “Just for Laughs” where he won their first international Improv tournament. On stage he has improvised with Wayne Brady, Colin Mocherie, and Brad Sherwood of ABC tv’s “Whose Line is it Anyway.”

Donovan’s improv skills have translated well into dozens of film, television and radio roles working alongside Second City alumni Dave Thomas, and Joe Flaherty, and Mike Myers. He’s shared the screen with Donald and Kiefer Sutherland, Demi Moore, Tim Curry, and Patrick Swayze.  He has been thrown from a horse, driven a tank, run nude through crowds, and even set on fire, all in the name of comedy. Donovan can be heard every week in his own national CBC radio-one comedy series “The Irrelevant Show.”  He has been featured in numerous national print and television ad campaigns selling anything from pizza, to banking for several national institutions or furniture for Canada’s largest retailer “The Brick.”  You can see Donovan this fall on CMT Canada’s newest reality show Ice Racer Showdown

Donovan continues to be one of the hardest working Improvisors in Canada.  With Atomic Improv. he is continually headlining corporate events for some of Canada’s biggest companies, like Suncor and ATB.  If he’s not performing, he’s teaching youth at risk through AADAC, and YESS or training companies The Power of Yes! With his business improv program.

For fun Donovan Improvises with Internationally acclaimed Die-Nasty the founders of the 52 hour long Soap-A-Thon which has become a hit all over the world. There long form improvised soap opera has been a main stay in Edmonton for 23 years. When Workun isn’t on stage or teaching improv he spends time with his two children racing BMX bikes.