Today the Prism Prize announced the top 20 nominees for this year’s prize. They were chosen by a juror of 120 people (myself included). A winner will be announced Sunday, May 13th and a shortlist to be revealed March 27th. Here are the nominees in alphabetical order: A Tribe Called Red feat. Black Bear – Indian City (Director: Combo Bravo) Alice Glass – Without Love (Director: Floria Sigismondi) Alvvays – Dream Tonight (Director: Matt Johnson) Belle Game – Spirit (Director: Kheaven Lewandowski) BEYRIES – Son (Director: Philippe Grenier) Charlotte Day Wilson – Work (Director: Fantavious Fritz) Clairmont The Second – The Ave in You (Director: Clairmont The Second) Cri – Rush (Director: Didier Charette) Daniel Caesar – Freudian, a Visual (Director: Keaven Yazdani and Sean Brown) Feist – Century (Director: Scott Cudmore) Flying Hórses – Tölt (Director: Alexandre Richard) Grimes feat. Janelle Monae – Venus Fly (Director: Grimes) Harrison – Right Hook (Director: Eva Michon) Homeshake – Every Single Thing (Director: Wen hao Chang) Husser – Can’t Blame Em (Director: Emilie Lavoie) Jessie Reyez – Gatekeeper (Director: Peter Huang) Leonard Cohen – Leaving the Table (Director: Christopher Mills) PUP – Old Wounds (Director: Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux) The Weeknd – Secrets (Director: Pedro Martin-Carelo) Young Rival – Elevator (Director: John Smith) Along with the $15,000 to the best Canadian music video of the year, Prism Prize will continue to present several special awards including the Special Achievement award and a new Hi-Fidelity Award for an artist who releases consistently awesome videos.