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Flipt director Tiny Bullet on why Petite Maman is the 'perfect' film, how gaming helps her directing, and why the house she grew up in meant an advertising career was inevitable.
Alkemy X director Anthony Pellino on the brilliance of practical effects, the need for advertising to be more self-aware, and why his dad is his biggest influence.
The Ruffian director talks us through the folklore, journals and blooming hearts that keep her creativity fresh.
We caught up with the Anonymous Content director Cara Stricker who discusses cooking up feasts, LaMDA and getting her NTS radio fix.
1stAveMachine director Ron Brodie tells us how representation from Spike Lee and Hype Williams made filmcraft seem attainable, and how skating, editing and directing have led to commercials, music videos, TV and Fun With Ron or Don.
Afterhrs writer/director Maegan Houang talks classic films, standout TV shows and the influence of VHS video stores as she reveals what's on her creative radar.
On Location is a column that gives a boots-on-the-ground look at some amazing cities, brought to you by local production experts.
Ruckus Films' French-Canadian director talks us through his daily essentials, including a best friend with a mighty collar and a some space treasure that might be worth a fortune!
new-land director, Jonas Bang, talks about the power of Paweł Pawlikowski's Ida, why change needs a top down approach, and why gut feeling is so important.
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We speak to Untold Studios director Charlie Sarsfield about stock car driving grandpas, overplaying albums, and losing his iPad...
Table of Content director/cinematographer Tom Krueger talks us through some of the influences on his varied career, from working with artists like Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, U2, REM, and David Bowie, to how having a director for a sister can have a profound impact.
David Warren, editor at Nomad Edit London, discusses house redecoration, Disney earworms and dirty hands as he reveals what's on his creative radar.