2015 MMVA Nominations are HERE!!

2015 MMVA Nominations are out and we’ve wrangled in a few for ourselves!

Post Production Video of the Year
Zeds Dead ft. Twin Shadow “Lost You”– Director: Grandson & Son

EDM/Dance Video of the Year
Zeds Dead ft. Twin Shadow “Lost You” – Director: Grandson & Son

Pop Video of the Year
Shawn Mendes “Something Big” – Director: Jon Jon Augustavo (Lark Creative)
Scott Helman “Bungalow” – Director: Aaron A
Hedley “Heaven In Our Headlights – Director: Matt Leaf & Jacob Hoggard

Hop Hop Video of the Year
Tory Lanez “Henny In Hand” – Director: Andrew Hines

Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group
Fall Out Boy “Centuries” – Director: Syndrome (Plus Four Productions)

Fan Fave Video
Shawn Mendes “Something Big” – Director: Jon Jon Augustavo (Lark Creative)
Hedley “Heaven In Our Headlights – Director: Matt Leaf & Jacob Hoggard
Marianas Trench “Here’s to the Zeros” – Director: Kyle Davison
**Make sure you vote for Fan Fave Video HERE!

Big congrats and thank-you’s go out to the team and all the hard work that went into these videos! We’re so excited to bring in some MMVA’s!

We’d also like to congratulate Director John “JP” Poliquin for his video nominated for Post Production Video of the Year!
Walk off the Earth “Rule the World”

Check out the rest of the nominations HERE!

Juno Awards 2015: Zeds Dead and Director Grandson & Son Nominated For Video of the Year!

The 2015 Juno Awards nominations were released today, and we are happy to announce a Field production picked up a nom for Video of the Year!

The clip for “Lost You”, by Zeds Dead featuring Twin Shadow, directed by Grandson & Son, is one of the five lucky nominees! Watch the mesmerizing video above.

For a full list of 2015 Juno nominees, click here.

Congrats to ALL nominees, and best of luck to Zeds Dead and Grandson & Son!

Find out if they take home the hardware live on March 15th from Hamilton, Ontario.


Happy Holidays from The Field Inc!


Seasons greetings from all of us here at The Field Inc! It was a fantastic year with many wonderful, cutting-edge, and innovative projects.

Thanks to everyone who worked with us in any capacity and helped ensure 2014 was another successful year.

For a year in review and to see some highlights from the second half of 2014, check out our semi-annual newsletter HERE.

Here’s to another great year in 2015. Happy Holidays!!


News: The Field Produces PSA for Moms Demand Action Targeting Kroger Stores

We recently helped produce a photoshoot for the grassroots organization Moms Demand Action. The PSA recently debuted online and has started an important discussion about guns in America.

Did you know Kroger stores allow loaded firearms in their stores, but not outside food, skateboards, or shirtless customers?

Read more about it here and see the rest of the photos in this article by Huffington Post.

Photography by Eden Robbins.


News: Congratulations to Stephano and Margaret on FIVE CCMA Nominations!

Big congrats are going out today to two of The Field’s directors: Margaret Malandruccolo and Stephano Barberis! The Canadian Country Music Awards have once again recognized both directors for their contributions to the Canadian country music industry.


Stephano was nominated for Video Director of the Year for his videos with Gord Bamford (“When Your Lips Are So Close”) and Dallas Smith (“Tippin Point” and “Nothing But Summer”). You can watch those and many more great videos by Stephano right here.


Meanwhile, Margaret picked up 4 nominations! She received a nod for Video Director of the Year for her work with Dean Brody (“Bounty”), Brett Kissel (“Started With A Song”) and Deric Ruttan (“Take The Week Off”).

She also picked up two nominations for Video of the Year (Brett Kissel – “Started With A Song” and Deric Ruttan “Take The Week Off”) and one for Album Design of the Year for her work on Brett Kissel’s “Started With A Song” album. You can watch her nominated videos and many more right here.


Fun Fact: The Field produced and Margaret and Stephano directed ALL FIVE videos for the nominees for Single of the Year! Awesome!

Check out all the CCMA 2014 nominees HERE!

Congratulations to both amazingly talented directors. And congrats to all the nominees this year! See you at the show!



The Field Inc. Picks Up Nine 2014 MuchMusic Video Award Nominations!

MMVA 2014 nominations were released today, and we are thrilled to announce videos produced by The Field Inc. picked up a total of NINE nominations at this year’s awards!

Huge congratulations to all the artists and directors who were recognized, and a major thank you going out to the hardworking crew, talented cast, and anyone involved in making 2013-2014 another hugely successful year!

Here is a list of The Field video’s recognized at this year’s show:


Video of the Year:

Hedley – “Anything” (Dir: John JP Poliquin)

Post-Production of the Year:

Hedley – “Crazy For You” (Dir: J.Lee Williams & Timur Musabay)

Dance Video of the Year:

A Tribe Called Red – “Sisters” feat. Northern Voice (Dir: Jon Riera)

Director of the Year:

John JP Poliquin for Hedley – “Anything”

Pop Video of the Year:

Down With Webster – “Chills” (Dir: Aaron A)

Hedley – “Anything” (Dir. John JP Poliquin)

MuchFACT Video of the Year:

Victoria Duffield – “More Than Friends” (Dir: John JP Poliquin)

Your Fave Video:

Hedley – “Anything” (Dir: John JP Poliquin)

Your Fave Artist or Group:



Check out the full list of nominations HERE!

Congrats to all the nominees! We’ll see you on June 15th at the big show!








Kate Yorga When It Is Dark

News: Short Film “When It Is Dark” To Screen At Two Film Festivals This Spring!

The short film “When It Is Dark”, directed and written by Kate Yorga and produced by The Field, will be screening this spring at two North American film festivals! Featuring beautiful music by William Kingswood, stunning animation by J.Lee Williams, and crisp cinematography by Pasha Patriki, the BravoFACT funded film will be showing at the following events:

Hill Country Film Festival – April 30 – May 4
Fredericksburg, Texas
Screening: Friday May 2, 12:15PM
Fredericksburg Theatre Company – Steve Shepherd Theatre

Yorkton Film Festival – May 22 – 25
Yorkton, Saskatchewan
Screening: TBC

The film previously premiered at the Palm Springs International ShortFest. You can view our posting about there here!

Congrats to Kate and everyone involved with the film! It truly is a beautiful and compelling piece, and we are excited for the world to continue to experience it. Click play above to watch the trailer and get a taste of how stunning the work really is.

Check out the film’s website here, and be sure to like them on Facebook and follow on Twitter to stay in the loop with any news.

Attending either of these film fests? Let us know! Tweet us @thefieldinc or check out our Facebook page.

Margaret Malandruccolo Brett Kissel Started With A Song

Brett Kissel’s “Started With A Song” Directed By Margaret Malandruccolo Hits #1 on CMT Canada!

The video for Brett Kissel’s “Started With A Song”, directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, has just hit Number One on the CMT Chevrolet Top 20 Countdown!

The clip was shot in Nashville earlier this year, and was the first collaboration for Margaret and Brett. The experience was such a success that they are hoping to team up again on his next video! Stay tuned for that!

And check out “Started With A Song” above!

Canadian Country Music Association Awards

Three Of The Field’s Directors Nominated For Canadian Country Music Association Awards!


The Canadian Country Music Association just released their full list of nominees for the 2013 CCMA Awards and we are proud to announce THREE of our directors have received nominations!

Margaret Malandruccolo is up for Video Director of The Year for her videos with Autumn Hill (“Anything at All”), One More Girl (“Run Run Run”), and Alan Doyle (“Testify”)! Terri Clark and Dean Brody’s video for “Im Movin’ On” directed by Margaret is also up for Video of the Year. Check out the nominated videos on Margaret’s page HERE!

Stephano Barberis received a nomination for Video Director of the Year for his videos with Dean Brody (“Bob Marley”), Dallas Smith (“What Kind Love”) and Hey Romeo (“Maybe You Remember Me Now”). Hey Romeo and Stephano also picked up a nomination for Video of the Year for the latter. Check out his work HERE!

And finally congrats to director Ben Knechtel for picking up a Video of the Year nomination for Kira Isabella’s “A Little More Work”. You can watch that one, plus Kira’s newest video “Little White Church” right HERE.

Congratulations to all the nominees! For a full list of noms, check it out right here.
Be sure to tune in Sunday, September 8th 2013 to see who takes home the awards!