Chad Vangaalen wins the Prism Prize

Audience award goes to Natalie Rae Robison for Kandle's Not Up To Me video

Director, musician, illustrator and hot dog bun defecator Chad VanGaalen has won the 2015 Prism Prize, which honours the best Canadian music video. The multi-hypenate Calgarian claimed the award at the TIFF Bell Lightbox on March 29 for his work on Timber Timbre’s animated clip Beat The Drum Slowly. Director Natalie Rae Robison won the audience award for Kandle’s Not Up To Me video.

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