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Bullion director Ollie Wolf celebrates the power of the push bike, the effervescent energy of a Steve McQueen film, and the 20 year anniversary of a classic UK comedy series, as he reveals what's on his radar.
Iris Creative Director (and keen curiosity collector) Ross Taylor talks us through some of the delights that fill his home workspace.
The Whitehouse Post editor shares his thoughts on the invisible privacy of editing, the many hats that need to be worn and how a background in group therapy might help the shaping of a project.
Tool of North America director Floyd Russ admires the elevation of simple ideas, the multi-purposefulness of iPhones, and the complexity of playground designs, as he reveals what's on his radar.
We hear from Rattling Stick director Vanessa Beletic about her favourite promos, some thoughts on the industry and her Mach-Hommy heavy rotation recommendation.
Daniel McCarthy, CEO of Filmsupply and Musicbed, on his automotive addiction, the toxicity of social media, and why if you don't cry watching Father of the Bride, you don't have a soul.
On Location is a column that gives a boots-on-the-ground look at some amazing cities, brought to you by local production experts.
Claire Thompson, Head of Production for FINCH, takes us on a tour of Sydney, Australia, a city that has nearly as many sights as it does places to eat.
MullenLowe London Creative Director duo Bronwyn Sweeney and Loren Cook [aka BroLo], admire Aldi's online exchanges, David Bowie's cinematic fantasy offering, and their mothers' influence, as they reveal what's on their creative radar.
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We caught up with the Pulse Films directing duo Machine Operated to talk sources of inspiration, bitcoin and Oriental shorthair cats.
Working out of Tantrum, Alexander Haines offers his thoughts on the best sports commercials, and sports directors, of the past few decades. With shoutouts to Jonathan Glazer and Kahlil Joseph, Haines gives equal weight to both style and innovation.
Gary Forrester, editor at tenthree London, is thankful for untangled tech, thinks everyone should see this "sucker punch" of a movie, and goes Round the Twist for certain kids TV, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.