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Applause and congratulations are in order for director Stephano Barberis who took home the award for Video Director of the Year last night at the 2018 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards!
This is the 11th time Stephano has received this award and we at The Field could not be more proud! If you haven’t already, you should definitely check out some of Stephano’s videos that earned him this award! Stephano has been churning out videos so rapidly we can’t wait to see what’s in store at next year’s awards.
“The Bad Guy,” Meghan Patrick
“Dirt Covered Rhinestone,” Jade Mya
“Heart Of A Woman,” Johnny Reid
“Hold The Line,” Jesse Mast
“Might As Well Be Me,” Chad Brownlee
“Neon Smoke,” Gord Bamford
“Out Of The Blue,” Chad Brownlee
And lastly, “Sky Stays This Blue” – Dallas Smith which also won Video of The Year at the event.
Special shout out to fellow director Ben Knechtel who was also nominated for this award! Congrats to all CCMA Award winners and nominees!
The 2018 CCMA Award nominees were released today and congratulations are in order for Stephano Barberis and Ben Knechtel who are BOTH nominated for “Video of the Year” AND “Video Director Of The Year!
These talented directors have released countless videos with The Field, including the ones nominated for “Video of the Year”. Stephano earned two nominations in this category for Meghan Patrick’s “The Bad Guy” and Dallas Smith’s “Sky Stays This Blue”. Ben earned his nomination for Jess Moskaluke’s “Drive Me Away”. Be sure to check out their amazing videos!
Below are some of the videos that gained them recognition in the “Video Director of the Year” category!
Video: The Bad Guy (Artist: Meghan Patrick), Video: Coming Clean (Artist: Shirley Gnome), Video: Dirt Covered Rhinestone (Artist: Jade Mya), Video: Heart Of A Woman (Artist: Johnny Reid), Video: Hold The Line (Artist: Jesse Mast), Video: Might As Well Be Me (Artist: Chad Brownlee), Video: Neon Smoke (Artist: Gord Bamford), Video: Out Of The Blue (Artist: Chad Brownlee), Video: Sky Stays This Blue (Artist: Dallas Smith), Video: Something To Wrap My Heart Around (Artist: JoJo Mason), Video: What We’re Made Of (Artist: The Washboard Union)
Video: Chills (Artist: James Barker Band), Video: Drive Me Away (Artist: Jess Moskaluke), Video: Hometown Kids (Artist: The Reklaws)
Shout out to Meghan Patrick, Jess Moskaluke and all of the talented artists nominated this year! Best of luck Stephano and Ben!
Keys N Krates are serving up some serious summer vibes with their new song Music to My Ears. Check out the video featuring the boys and Tory Lanez as puppets. Directed by our very own Nathan Boey, it has premiered on Fader so go watch it now!
We would like to congratulate Change for Chimps for being chosen by the very first Compassion Film Festival. The festival takes place August 17-19.
The film, directed by Lisa Mann features Dr. Jane Goodall and tells an inspiring story about her work in chimp conservation.
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!
This week the Western Canadian Music Awards release their full list of 2018 nominees.
We wanted to give a special shout out to director Nathan Boey who was nominated for “Video Director Of The Year” for his video for Close Talker’s “Okay Hollywood” video.
Check out the video below!
You can view the full list of nominations Here:
This year, the winners of the Western Canadian Music Awards will be honoured as part of BreakOut West, which takes place from October 10 to 14 in Kelowna, BC. Good luck to all of the nominees!
“Change for Chimps” a short film directed by Lisa Mann with music by Deane Nesbitt Jr. just won “Most Uplifting Film at Imagination Lunchbox International Children’s Film Festival!
You can watch the trailer for the film below:
You can see the full list of winners here:
Congrats to all the participants!
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”
Check out the full article here.