We are thrilled to announce, and congratulate, our very own Cherie Sinclair for her 2018 Special Achievement Award at the 2018 Prism Prize Awards.
This will be awarded on Sunday May 13 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto.
“The Prism Prize is proud to announce CHERIE SINCLAIR as the recipient of the 2018 Special Achievement Award (presented by Slaight Music). The Prism Prize Special Achievement Award is presented to a Canadian music video icon for their artistic achievements and exceptional contribution to music video art on a world stage.” Check out the full article here!
Yesterday, Lisa Mann’s newest video for The Used premiered on The Nylon, the premiere featured a great article that explores some of the creative processes behind this video.
Lisa Mann describes the video: “The concept for the video is a visceral love story of two identities battling for supremacy and independence only to be locked in patterned loops together throughout time told through experimental movement”
The retro vibes in Nice Horse’s Mansplainin’ video are exactly what you need on a Monday morning. Hear the band give insight on what mansplainin’ means and how they felt about the video shoot with Samaritan Mag. They also had a chat with Canadian Beats about working with the director, our Lisa Mann.
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.
We love the video for Marianas Trench’s latest single “Rhythm of Your Heart” directed by Juno nominated Emma Higgins! ET Canada had behind the scenes access on set in Vancouver to find out their inspiration for the song and more. #ROYH
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.
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.