The compelling quality of the leading contenders for the recent annual prize honouring Canadian music videos justifies giving them another look. Here are the eye-catching clips for Belle Game, Beyries, Clairmont The Second, and Grand Prize winner Charlotte Day Wilson.
The compelling high quality of the Top Ten contenders for the recent annual prize honouring Canadian music videos justifies giving them more exposure. Here are the acclaimed clips for Alvvays and Alice Glass.
Brian Eno turns 70, Pink goes hiking in Vancouver, and Kiefer Sutherland gets personal. Also in the headlines are Charlotte Day Wilson, Wild T., Wiley, Liam Gallagher, Sean McCann, Bishop Briggs, and Stephen Malkmus.
The Toronto video maker took home the big prize for directing the clip for Charlotte Day Wilson’s music video, “Work.” Other winners on the night included Grimes and Cherie Sinclair.
On May 13th at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto, the Prism Prize winning entry will be announced. FYI is spotlighting a selection of this year’s entries that include A Tribe Called Red, featured here.
The founder of award-winning music video production company The Field is the recipient of the prestigious award, presented by Slaight Music. Sinclair will receive the honour at a gala in Toronto on May 13.
The annual has announced the Top 10 best Canadian music videos of the year and on May 13 at Tiff Bell Lightbox one lucky contender wins the top prize that includes a $15K cash award.
Myles Goodwyn releases his first blues album and Bryan Adams announces a Canadian summer tour. Also in the news are David Bray, Arkells, the Cadillac Lounge, a Blue Jays Game industry fundraiser, Rusty, Prism Prize, Bella Bankz, Rapp Battlez, Kasador, Jolie Holland and Samantha Parton, and farewells to Eddy Amoo and Barbara Ann Alston. Videos featured for your enjoyment.
The Prize honours the best Canadian music videos of the year, with $15K going to the winner at the May 13 presentation in Toronto. Slaight Music returns as Lead Sponsor.
The rumours are flying that Neil Young's secret Canadian show on Friday will be in his former hometown of Omemee. In other news, we have Jagged Little Pill being adapted for a musical in the US, Malcolm Young's funeral, a boost for the Prism Prize, the apparent demise of Divan Orange, a prog rock fest, and farewell to Eric Irwin.
To celebrate Canada 150, Prism Prize and Slaight Music have partnered to curate a definitive collection of notable Canadian music videos.
In today’s edition, the Prism Prize honours Revolver Films, CIMA Award recipients are announced, Manitoba Music heads to UK, Hollerado hit the road, Alanis’ former manager gets six years, the mystery of Muscle Shoals, and farewell to Juan Formell and Kevin Garcia.