AMP Productions was the first division created in AMPCorp in the year 2000. Originally, it specialized in action films of various types, and has continued to create projects of this genre, but AMP Productions' image began to change to a more whimsical style in 2007-2010 when its main activity became the "What a Witch" series. During these years, AMP Productions faded from the forefront of AMPCorp. After the cancellation of "What a Witch" in 2010, AMP Productions began plans on a big new project to help it to regain its status as the flagship division of AMP Corporation. This was "The AMP Variety Show," (the first variety show at AMPCorp in 8 years), a show designed not only to provide quality and diverse entertainment at AMP Productions, but also a show meant to compliment and promote other AMPCorp projects, including productions in the GK and D-Dowd groups. After a successful first season, but a lackluster second and third, the show was cancelled and replaced with an educational series, "Around the World: In Three Minutes" in 2014, which is still in production. Also, in 2012 to get back to its roots, AMP Productions opened the Robert First franchise, about a vigilante with special abilities, the first super hero film at AMPCorp since 2006. That franchise produced three films through 2014. Current projects include "A Cat's Life," which is an aesthetic series featuring nature and cats, and the group's major new enterprise, Vanguard Pictures. In the coming years, the Vanguard Pictures subdivision will produce avant-garde, abstract or experimental films to help give AMP Productions a new image at the cutting edge of AMPCorp.
AMP Productions Subdivisions: KG Pictures ("What a Witch," Robert First films, "A Cat's Life" series), NS Pictures ("The AMP Variety Show," variety programming), SG International Pictures (major collaberations with people outside the US), Schoolhouse Cinema Pictures ("Around the World: In Three Minutes" and educational films), Vanguard Pictures (avant-garde/experimental)