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Prism Prize Video: Caveboy- Landslide

The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a fast-rising Montreal indie rock trio.

Prism Prize Video: Caveboy- Landslide

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The 2019 Prism Prize for Best Canadian Music Video was awarded to Kevan Funk, for his clip for Belle Game’s Low. We will continue to profile noteworthy Canadian videos, including this one from a fast-rising Montreal indie rock trio.

Caveboy - Landslide


Caveboy is an indie pop group from Montreal composed of Michelle Bensimon, Isabelle Banos, and Lana Cooney. The band stated that landslide is about desire, attraction, and the urgent and unavoidable need to connect with someone at that very moment.

“We wanted to make a music video that would elevate the raw sensuality and electricity of the lyrics. And working with D.W Waterson was a no brainer. Her fierce passion and artistic talent were hard to ignore. Landslide speaks of an insatiable hunger to see real progress for equality in our industry and the world”. The music video finds the group moving through a steamy, sweaty, hot yoga session which then evolves into a neon lit party.  

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CREDITS:

Video directed & produced by D.W. Waterson 

Music produced & mixed by Derek Hoffman

 

Style: Victoria Ius

Makeup & hair: Ashley Vieira

Choreography: Bree Wasylenko

Producer: Levy Stamatov

Producer: Ellie Ellwand

Producer: Sami-Jo Perruzza

Director of Photography: James Poremba

Production Designer: Allison Zwicker

1st AC: Keenan Lynch

2nd AC: Monica Meng

Gaffer: Joe Simpson

Key Grip: Marlon Sarabia

Swing G&E: Ben Speir

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