february, 2019

5feb4:00 pm- 6:30 pmThe Edmonton Music & Film Prizes 2018 Awards Reception4:00 pm - 6:30 pm ATB Branch for Arts + Culture, 9804 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, Alberta t5J 1z7Alberta Music Events:Alberta Music Event,Awards & Competitions


(Tuesday) 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm


ATB Branch for Arts + Culture

9804 Jasper Ave, Edmonton, Alberta t5J 1z7

Event Details

The Edmonton Arts Council, in collaboration with Alberta Media Production Industries Association (AMPIA) and Alberta Music, invite you to attend the awards reception for the 2018 Edmonton Film and Music Prizes.

Doors 4pm
Presentation begins at 4:30pm

Join us in celebrating the achievements of Edmonton’s artistic community, as we announce the order of the top three finalists in each discipline and distribute prizes of $10,000 to each of the winners, along with $1,000 to each of the runners-up. Enjoy food from Revel Bistro and music from Craig Schram of the Provincial Archive (previous EMP winners) while celebrating some of the best artists Edmonton has to offer!

This year’s (alphabetical) shortlist for the Edmonton Film Prize:
Christmas Cupcakes (Dylan Pearce)
Fast Horse (Alexandra Lazarowich)
The Girl Who Talks to the Moon (Rebecca Campbell)
Making Coco: The Grant Fuhr Story (Adam Scorgie)
Peak Oil (Dylan Rhys Howard)
#Roxy (Camille Beaudoin and Eric Rebalkin)
Sophia (Zsofia Opra-Szabo)
Timberwood (Blake McWilliam)
Unmothered (Sans Maman) (Marie-France Guerrette)
Until First Light (Kyle Armstrong)

This year’s 3 finalists for the Edmonton Music Prize will be announced via press release on February 17, and are selected from this (alphabetical) shortlist:
Audrey Ochoa
Celeigh Cardinal
Jesse and the Dandelions
Lindsey Walker
Marco Claveria
Nuela Charles
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About the Edmonton Arts Council:
The Edmonton Arts Council is a not-for-profit organization that supports and promotes the arts community in Edmonton. The EAC works to increase the profile and involvement of arts and culture in all aspects of our community life.

About AMPIA:
AMPIA is a non-profit professional association serving the media production community in Alberta. Incorporated in 1973, AMPIA is the first such association in Canada. AMPIA is also host of the longest running film & television awards in Canada, the Rosie Awards.

About Alberta Music
The Alberta Music Industry Association is a non-profit, service-based association dedicated to helping professionals in the music industry to succeed in their careers. Alberta Music works to build, connect and inspire a dynamic Alberta music industry.

Admission is free!