Prism Prize Announces Short List For Best Canadian Music Video

One of these artists is winning $10,000.

The Prism Prize has announced their top ten short list of the best Canadian music videos of the past year. The videos were selected by Canadian music and film professionals, who will vote again to determine the winner of a $10,000 grand prize. Everyone else will receive a MAC Cosmetics gift bag, useful for concealing tears of disappointment.

The winning video will be announced at an awards ceremony on Sunday May 15, as well as the videos selected for the Audience Award, the Special Achievement Award and Arthur Lipsett Award.

The Prism Prize Short List

A Tribe Called Red feat. Northern Voice, “Suplex” (Dir. Jon Riera)

Braids, “Miniskirt” (Dir. Kevan Funk)

Death From Above 1979, “Virgins” (Dir. Eva Michon)

Drake, “Hotline Bling” (Dir. X)

The Elwins, “So Down Low” (Dir. Alan Poon)

Fast Romantics, “Julia” (Dir. Matthew Angus)

Harrison feat. Maddee, “How Can It Be” (Dir. Maxime Lamontagne)

Grimes, “Flesh Without Blood” (Dir. Grimes)

Kalle Mattson, “Avalanche” (Dir. Philip Sportel)

Monogrenade, “Le Fantôme” (Dir. Kristof Brandl)

Prism Prize Announces Short List For Best Canadian Music Video