Video Premiere: Welcome to my Castle

Cassie Dasilva recently released a video for her debut single, “Welcome to my Castle“. She sat down with Universal Music to talk about what it’s like to break into electric pop for the first time. Cassie also gives us a sneak peak of what it was like at the shoot too. The video was directed by Emma Higgins, who was recently nominated for Video of the Year at the Junos.

When asked about what it was like working with Emma, Cassie had to say:

Working with Emma was a lot of fun, and was really refreshing for me. This industry is fairly male-dominated, so I work with a lot of (amazing, respectful, and talented) males as a result of that. Working with a ton of women on this video was special because of that.

To read more about Cassie’s debut single, click here.

If you haven’t seen the video yet, you can watch it here.

Welcome to My Castle


Junos 2018: What you missed

The 2018 Juno Awards took place this weekend in Vancouver and it was a star studded affair. We at The Field have had the chance to work with many of the amazing artists nominated. If you weren’t watching, here are some highlights.

Breakthrough Group of the Year: The Beaches
This all girl indie rock band hailing from Toronto has tons of style and a fresh sound. Check out this video directed by Emma Higgins for their song Money. It gives us major girl power vibes.

Money

Country Album of The Year: James Barker Band, Game On
The debut album from James Barker Band has had hits like Chills and Just Sayin’. These feel good anthems are perfect for summer, and you can view the videos for them here.

Chills

Just Sayin’

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees! We’re proud of all the talent that comes out of Canada, and can’t wait until next Juno season!

To see a list of all the winners, go here:

Junos 2018: the complete list of winners


Emma Higgins Nominated for “Video of the Year” at the 2018 Juno Awards!

Today the Juno Awards released their full list of nominations for 2018, which you can view here:

Nominees & Winners

We wanted to give a special congratulations to director Emma Higgins for her nomination for “Video of the Year” for Mother Mother “The Drugs”

Emma Higgins, one of Canada’s brightest young talents, has directed over 15 music videos with The Field in 2017 alone. You can view Emma’s stunning video for “The Drugs” below:

The Drugs

2018 VIDEO OF THE YEAR | Emma Higgins

Congratulations to all of the talented artists nominated this year!


TOP 50 VIDEOS OF 2017; FEATURING ONE OF OUR VERY OWN!

2017 was a year that produced many imaginative and groundbreaking music videos. We ended the year on a high note with one of our videos making Much Music’s Top 50 Videos.

Featuring The Field Inc.’s “Bad Habits” by a l l i e (ft. Birthday Boy), here is Much Music’s Top 50 Videos of 2017!


CCMA 2017 WINNERS ANNOUNCED

The 2017 CCMA Awards took place this weekend, we wanted to give a huge congratulations to Stephano Barberis for winning “Video Director Of The Year” for his videos:

“I Hate You For It” Chad Brownlee
“One Little Kiss” Dallas Smith
“Red Dress” JoJo Mason
“Somethin’ we Shouldn’t Do” Chad Brownlee
“Summer Girl,” Bucko & Toad
“Time” Dean Brody

Time

And to Joel Stewart for his video “I Didn’t Fall in Love With Your Hair,” Brett Kissel,
for winning “Video of the Year”

I Didn’t Fall In Love With Your Hair

We would also like to give a shout out to our other directors nominated at the awards this year, Emma Higgins and Ben Knechtel. You can see their videos below:

Chills

Still Loving You

Thank you to everyone who supported the CCMAs this year!


CCMA 2017 Nominations

Our amazing team have picked up the following nominations for the 2017 CCMAs.

Video Director of the Year
Emma Higgins is nominated for Video Director of the Year; she created stunning visuals for Meghan Patrick’s song Still Loving You.

Still Loving You

Video Director of the Year AND Video of the Year
Ben Knechtel is nominated for Video Director of the year and the video he created for James Barker Bands’ song Chills is also nominated for Video of the year.

Chills

Video Director of the Year AND Video of the Year
Joel Stewart is nominated for Video Director of the year and his video for Brett Kissel’s song I Didn’t Fall in Love With Your Hair is also nominated for video of the year.

I Didn’t Fall In Love With Your Hair

Video Director of the Year
Stephano Barberis is nominated for Video Director of the Year; check out his video for Dean Brody’s song Time.

Time

Catch the CCMAs on Sunday, September 10, 2017.


2017 MMVA NOMINATIONS

We’re extremely excited to celebrate the following nominations for the 2017 MMVAs.

Best Post-Production AND Fan Fave Video
“Too Young” by Zeds Dead F. Rivers Cuomo & Pusha T
Directed By: Chris Ullens
Post By: Chris Ullens, Tine Kluth, James Wright

Too Young (ft. Rivers Cuomo & Pusha T)

Best Pop Video
“Can’t Slow Down” by Hedley
Directed By: Jacob Hoggard and Matt Leaf

Can’t Slow Down

Best Hip Hop Video
“Let’s Go” by Tassnata F. Rich Kidd & Tona
Directed By: Dan LeMoyne

Let’s Go!

Don’t miss the MMVAs on June 18th, 2017!


Smalltown DJs “Erased the Night” on the MUCH Rotation!

Smalltown 2

This week Smalltown DJs new video, “Erased the Night” featuring Lisa Lobsinger was released and is being featured on the Much Music Rotation.

Director, Dan LeMoyne, describes his thoughts behind the video: The record has this great hypnotizing vibe, oozing with nostalgia. I wanted to create this nostalgic yet depressing suburban hellscape, inspired by old Americana and teen films. The 60s diner, the bowling date, the picket fence: the characters disrupt what these romantic scenes are supposed to look like. Reimagining a John Hughes world with a contemporary, alternative take on young love with a touch of retro-futuristic surrealism.

Erased The Night feat. Lisa Lobsinger