Country music star Deric Ruttan returns with “Take The Week Off”. Directed by Margaret Malandruccolo, the clip was shot in beautiful Rome, Italy.
Margaret’s sense of capturing true beauty and real emotion on film is at the forefront throughout, making her talent as a Director and the stunning elegance of Italy the perfect marriage. The video shows a pair of lovers spending a romantic week in Rome while Deric soulfully performs against the breathtaking landmarks of the city.
The clip premiered on Country Music Television Canada, and was produced in co-operation with Country Music Television Canada’s Video Advantage Grant Program.
The amazingly talented Director Kyle Davison’s latest project with Marianas Trench for the “By Now” has been released, and to say it is epic is an understatement.
The music video marks the final chapter of the “Ever After” saga, and is the 5th and final music video from the hugely successful album of the same name. It closes the book by connecting the 4 previous videos from the record in a cohesive, mesmerizing, and emotional way. Shot in Las Vegas, this tale of two lovers brings together elements of the last 4 videos and closes the epic video saga.
Marianas Trench fans and lovers of great film work alike will love every minute of this. Check out the fantastic video above!
The latest music video from Director Ben Knechtel just premiered on MuchMusic in Heavy Rotation!
The winner of the Coca-Cola Covers 2012 competition, Tyler Shaw, is back with his second single “By My Side”. The video shows Tyler meeting and pursuing the beautiful Betty after meeting her in the dog park, with some unintentional help from his furry friend Flynn! It closes with an epic (and wet) performance by Tyler.
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!
Canada’s country sweetheart Kira Isabella has teamed up with Ben Knechtel once again for her latest music video.
Check out “Little White Church” above! The heartwarming video tells the tale of a young couple falling in love during a more simple time. Kira looks stunning while she performs throughout the love story.
Be sure to check out Kira’s other videos on Ben Knechtel’s director page HERE! And don’t forget to comment below and share this post!
KAY has returned with the club banger “Alive” and has teamed up with The Field and director Aaron A once again to create a mesmerizing video clip.
“Alive” has been added to MuchMusic in Heavy Rotation this week! The hypnotic visuals, pounding beat, and Kay’s ethereal vocals are sure to get you dancing during these hot summer weeks. Check it out above and leave your comments down there!
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Check out the latest video produced by The Field Inc!
Directed by Jerome Kruin, “Heaven” by Blake McGrath is a beautiful mix of vibrant colour and passionate performance, with themes of love, equality, beauty and redemption throughout. Leading up to it’s premiere, the video was featured on eTalk and ET Canada.
The MuchMusic Video Awards took place in Toronto last night, and we have big congrats going out to directors Kyle Davison and Natalie Rae Robison for winning some hardware at the big show!
Director Natalie Rae Robison won Rock/Alternative Video of the Year for “Stompa” by Serena Ryder!
Director Kyle Davison also took home two statues for his work with Marianas Trench. “Stutter” won UR Fav Video of the Year, and was chosen by the fans, while “Desperate Measures” won Pop Video of the Year. Check out all Kyle’s work with The Field HERE.
Congrats to all the nominees and winners! We had a blast at our 11th Annual #TheFieldParty13 Pre-Party at Tryst Nightclub, with many amazing brands on hand and Verve Energy Drink acting as presenting sponsor. Stay tuned to our Twitter and Facebook at the top of the page for behind the scenes scoop and photos of the exclusive event. See you at #TheFieldParty14 next year!