Kevan Funk announced as Grand Prize winner of 2019 Prism Prize for Belle Game’s ‘Low’ music video

Johnny Jansen won the Audience Award for Said The Whale's 'UnAmerican' video

Kevan Funk was just announced as the Grand Prize winner of the 2019 Prism Prize for Belle Game’s “Low” music video.
 

 
Funk was granted the Prism Prize trophy and $15,000 at the Awards Presentation tonight at TIFF Bell Lightbox. Additionally, director Johnny Jansen was awarded the 2019 Prism Prize Audience Award for Said The Whale’s “UnAmerican” video, based on thousands of online votes.
 

 
Soleil Denault was announced as the recipient of the Lipsett Award, which recognizes an innovative and unique approach to music video art, and Clairmont The Second was awarded the Hi-Fidelity Award, which is supported by FACTOR, for exhibiting a strong visual identity through a music video. Lacey Duke had been previously announced as the Prism Prize Special Achievement Award recipient, which honours a Canadian music video artist for their exceptional contribution to the artform on a global scale.