Tegan & Sara Channel ‘Miami Vice’ With Help From The Field Inc. Director, Nathan Boey

If you’re dying to know how the idea for the puppet-filled, Nathan Boey-directed video came to life, Tegan Quin tells Billboard: “A few months ago I was watching a TV show about the ’80s, and a scene from Miami Vice with Don Johnson and Philip Michael Thomas came on. They were talking specifically about the episode in which they used the entire Phil Collins song ‘In the Air Tonight,’ almost as if it were a music video.”

She continues to recall, “I remember thinking how cool it would be to have Sara and I remake the famous scene. Sadly, neither of us can drive, nor did we have the time or funds to reshoot that famous scene in Miami. Instead we tapped director Nathan Boey in Vancouver to reshoot it using puppets! I think it might even be better with us as puppets than if we had been in it ourselves.”….

“They shared with me their childhood passion for Miami Vice and the rest sort of wrote itself!” director Boey says. “Eleni Creative’s dolls were beautifully custom-built, and the idea of them ripping around the city in a mini Lamborghini had me giggling throughout production.”

– Full Article Written By: Alexa Shouneyia (www.billboard.com)

Click the image below to check out Director Nathan Boey’s work in Tegan and Sara’s ‘Dying To Know’ Music Video!

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Brett Kissel Sends Proceeds to Canadian Cancer Society

After a sweeping win at the CCMAs, Brett Kissel uses his music to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society.

Witnessing his mother’s own battle against cancer, Kissel intimately expresses his family’s experience through his new single “I Didn’t Fall in Love with Your Hair.” Kissel has teamed up with entrepreneur and philanthropist W. Brett Wilson who has promised to match money raised through the song’s sales up to $25,000.

To support and purchase Kissel’s touching single you can by the song here: http://bit.do/BrettKissel

 

 


Director Stephano Barberis Awarded CCMA Video Director of the Year

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Taken from Chad Brownlee “Heart on Fire”

Last night, the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) awarded our very own director Stephano Barberis as Video Director of the Year!

We here at The Field are thrilled that Stephano’s creative work has been recognized by CCMA. We are excited to see his continual growth as a director in the coming years.

Need a break from you work day? Take some time and check out Stephano’s work with amazing artists Dallas Smith’s “Cheap Seats”, Gord Bamford’s “Don’t Let Her Be Gone”, Chad Brownie’s “Hearts on Fire”, or Bobby Wills “So Much For Taking it Slow”.

Also congratulations also to Brett Kissel for receiving the Fans’ Choice Award presented by Sirius XM, Interactive Artist of the Year and Male Artist of the Year.

To Jess Mosakaluke for being selected as Female Artist of the Year.

Lastly to High Valley for grabbing the title of Group or Duo of the Year.

Check out the complete CCMA Award Winners list.

Cheers to a great year in Canadian Country Music!

 


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NEWS: CCMA Noms Are In!

The 2016 CCMAs are fast approaching and nominations are in! Congratulations to our directors Margaret Malandruccolo and Stephano Barberis – both in the running for Video of the Year. But wait, it doesn’t stop there! Stephano, Andy Hines and Ben Knechtel are also up for Video Director of the Year!

If you haven’t seen their videos yet, be sure to check them out below:

What Love is All About – Johnny Reid dir. Margaret Malandruccolo
Hearts On Fire – Chad Brownlee dir. Stephano Barberis
The Way You Let Me Down – Wes Mack dir. Andy Hines
Airwaves – Brett Kissel dir. Ben Knechtel

Tune in September 11th to see who won! Good luck, directors!