Ever wondered what fills the world’s most creative minds?
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Tantrum director Beth Park shares what's on her creative radar and talks surprise TikTok advertising, her passion for physical art, why movies shouldn't be made for everyone, and a "furious little white fluffball".
We chat to Good Times director Oliver Davies about Depeche Mode, Anton Corbijn, and some extensive music video selections.
Hernán Corera, a director with argentinacine, picks his favourite ever commercial, and tells us the two films to watch to avoid going to film school, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
We hear from Consulate Editor Jeremy Maneval where they talk Spotify suggestions, powerful promos and the future of the promo industry.
Managing Director of Versus, Rob Meyers, talks the magic of gaming tables and the ingenuity of modern movies with classic storytelling as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
Los Angeles-based writer and director Audrey Ellis-Fox, repped by Odelay Films in the UK, talks us through the publications and pooches that keep her creatively inspired.
On Location is a column that gives a boots-on-the-ground look at some amazing cities, brought to you by local production experts.
DogEatDog director Matthaus Bussmann has held just about every role on set. Runner, editor, production manager, you name it - he’s done it. Here, he talks classic commercials, going out of your comfort zone, and how a book on the making of Miami Vice was the catalyst for his career in film.
We hear what's on the creative radar of MADRE LA director Luisa Kracht as she reveals that she is in awe of how Greta Gerwig breathed new life into an outdated stereotype, and admires the boldness of a recent, dystopian TV show.
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We hear from the Sticker Studios director Imogen Harrison about horse filled music videos, photographers and poets, and the future of music promos.
Mexico City-based REVERSE director and multimedia artist, Agos Bruera, has lent her vibrant filmmaking to global brands from Bumble and TRESemmé to Nestlé. Here, she talks about her journey into directing, and explains why creatives should set techy trends aside to focus on true storytelling.
Former professional skier and now a director at Greenpoint Pictures, Clayton Vila talks old cars, classic films and how skiing has shaped who he is as a person and as a director.