Rising Canadian pop star Victoria Duffield is back with “More Than Friends”, her new single from her sophomore album!
Victoria teamed up with John “JP” Poliquin to shoot this high-energy and vibrant video in Los Angeles, California. Victoria shows off her amazing dancing skills with choreography by the fantastic Luther Brown. Victoria and her friend explore LA, while exploring their own relationship – maybe they will end up as more than friends? Her companion is also sporting the latest in technology, adding an extra layer to their interactions and a gives a sneak peek into his messages with Victoria.
Check out “More Than Friends” by Victoria Duffield, directed by JP Poliquin, above!
Carly and Britt McKillip, better known as the stunning and talented duo One More Girl, are back with their new video “Drunk Heart”.
Directed by Margaret Malandruccolo and shot in beautiful Los Angeles, California, the video shows the beautiful duo enjoying time with close friends, while reflecting on the past and looking ahead to the future.
Watch “Drunk Heart” by One More Girl, directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, above!
Director Adam Goldhammer teamed up with rising country band Marshall Dane for their fun and quirky video “Alcohol Abuse”.
Without giving too much away, the video sees Marshall investigating a crime committed at the Dirty Dog Saloon. Shot on location in Hamilton, Ontario, the wild party of the night before is shown through flashbacks, and features some very interesting characters (to say the least).
Check out this unique video for “Alcohol Abuse” by Marshall Dane, directed by Adam Goldhammer, above!
Canadian alt-rock band The Darcys bring you their latest video for their song “Hunting”. The single is from Warring, their third album which was also nominated for Best Alternative Album at the Juno Awards this year!
Their first animated video is a complex piece with many different characters and situations coming together as one. The more you watch it, the more you will see! Directed by Grandson & Son, the video is a visual treat.
DISCLAIMER: This is the unrated version of the video not seen on TV which contains mild nudity. Please be advised.
Check out the mesmerizing “Hunting” by The Darcys, directed by Grandson and Son, above!
After recently winning a Juno for Breakthrough Group of the Year, this First Nations DJ collective has now released their first major video for “Sisters”, featuring Northern Voice. The group seemlessly blends hip hop, reggae and dubstep sonics with tradtional First Nations riffs and tunes to create the newest and most innovative dance music to come about in years. What makes this band so unique is their First Nations influences in their music through vocal chants and drums.
Filmed on location from Toronto to Montreal (and everywhere in between), the video shows three sisters heading out on the road to the Electric Pow Wow, where they rock out to A Tribe Called Red’s energetic and heart pumping music.
This track was released on their album Nation II Nation, released in 2013.
Watch the video for “Sisters” directed by Jon Riera, above!
After winning The Next Star 2013 – Season 6, Alicia Moffet sure isn’t slowing down. Following her winning song and video for “Better Watch Out For Me”, she recently released her first official solo music video for “Why Do Boys Lie”. This video sure gets our vote!
Filmed on location in Toronto and directed by Dan LeMoyne, this music video is a passionate portrayal of the heartbreak and sorrow that often comes with young love. Since Alicia is bilingual, there is also a French version of the song and video entitled “Pourquoi Mentir”. You’re welcome! (De rein!)
Watch Alicia Moffet’s music video for “Why Do Boys Lie” directed by Dan LeMoyne, above!
CCMA 2013’s Rising Star Bobby Wills latest single “Crazy Enough” is here – a fun and exciting new track about loving life, having fun, and being just the right amount of crazy.
Filmed on location in Vancouver, BC, director Stephano Barberis certainly embraces that thrilling energy in this exhilarating music video full of flips, jumps, and great country music. We might have to take up parkour this summer!
Check out “Crazy Enough” by Bobby Wills, directed by Stephano Barberis, above!
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian heritage (Canada Music fund) and of Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.
Produced in Co-operation with Country Music Television Canada’s Video Advantage Grant Program
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
Screening: Friday May 2, 12:15PM
Fredericksburg Theatre Company – Steve Shepherd Theatre
Yorkton Film Festival – May 22 – 25
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.
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Country singer/songwriter Jimmy Rankin recently teamed up with director Margaret Malandruccolo to create this visually stunning music video, shot on location in beautiful Big Sur, California.
“Cool Car” is the uplifting single off of Jimmy’s latest album Black Road Paradise (which is set to drop April 1) and we promise that the music video for it will leave you feeling absolutely relaxed and inspired. It’s the perfect song to put on your stereo when you’re going for a drive!
So sit back, relax, and watch the video for “Cool Car” by Jimmy Rankin, directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, above!