Ever wondered what fills the world’s most creative minds?
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Director Jay Green at Compulsory talks about cow farms in rural Lincolnshire, spending hours watching music channels and his VR headset...
Daniel Mitchell, an editor at Work London, talks Super Bowl bravery and musical cheat codes as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
JOJX and Missing Link Films director Alicia MacDonald is well-skilled at bringing the chortles in her short-form work, but, as is evidenced in this run-through of the items that top-up her creativity, the laughs are not confined to the screen.
We hear from Elijah B Torn, the Head of Creative Production at Found Objects, about animated music videos, board game soundtracks, and some Teenage Engineering...
Ruckus Films' directing duo Brett Snider [left] & Billy Federighi look forward to the return of bold creative ideas, champion a boring but brutal movie, and bemoan the sometimes "ridiculous" approach to treatments.
The Co-Founder of BAMBA talks us through some spicy, steely and sparkling mementoes from around his creative workspace.
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We chat with the Mirror Mirror and HALAL director Alice Kunisué about her strange feet, future optimism and some superb dancing music videos.
Fela director LeSean Harris provides his list of people, movies, commercials and TV shows that can provide inspiration for the year ahead, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
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The-Artery directing duo Austin and Westin Ray, aka Ray Sisters, talk us through contemporaries they admire, the obsessive nature of their work ethic, and what it takes to achieve the perfect partnership.
Arts & Sciences director Ehsan backs advertising that doesn’t take itself too seriously along with some amazing headphones (even if they do look like you're wearing a silver bra on your head), as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
We hear from Ethos Studio Editor Patrick Moccia about being a theatre kid, his Pioneer DDJ-400, and the expansion of the music video industry.