The eighth annual Prism Prize offers a $20,000 cash prize (up from $15,000 this year) to the best Canadian music video of the year. Three hundred submissions have been whittled down to these 20.
- Alaskan Tapes – And, We Disappear (Director: Meredith Hama-Brown)
- BAMBII ft. Pamputtae – NITEVISION (Directors: BAMBII & Kostadin Kolev)
- Basia Bulat – Your Girl (Director: Brian Dale Sokolowski)
- Cartel Madras – Goonda Gold (Directors: Bhaveek Makan & Jashan Makan)
- Clairmont The Second – Brick (Director: Clairmont The Second)
- Daniel Caesar ft. Koffee – CYANIDE REMIX (Directors: Keavan Yazdani & Sean Brown)
- Debby Friday – Fatal (Directors: Debby Friday & Ryan Ermacora)
- DOOMSQUAD – General Hum (Director: Zak Tatham)
- iskwē – Breaking Down (Director: Jessica Lea Fleming)
- Jeremy Dutcher – Mehcinut (Directors: Chandler Levack & Jeremy Dutcher)
- Jessie Reyez – Far Away (Director: Peter Huang)
- Jordan Klassen – Virtuous Circle (Director: Farhad Ghaderi)
- Mac DeMarco – Here Comes The Cowboy (Director: Cole Kush)
- Orville Peck – Dead of Night (Director: Michael Maxxis)
- PUP – Free at Last (Directors: PUP, Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux, Amanda Fotes)
- PUP – Kids (Director: Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux)
- Said The Whale – Record Shop (Director: Johnny Jansen)
- Sam Tudor – Joseph in the Bathroom (Director: Lucas Hrubizna)
- Shad – The Stone Throwers (Gone in a Blink) (Director: Matthew Progress)
- Shay Lia – Good Together (Director: CARAZ)
If you want to take a look at these works, go here.
The next step is to bring things down to a final list of 10, which will be announced April 2. The grand prize winner will be announced with a screening and awards presentation in Toronto on May 11.