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Hamlet director Kyra Bartley on the films - both new and old - that have made an impact on her, the importance of having time, and why Twitter is her jam.
The acclaimed SLMBR PRTY writer/director Victoria Rivera, known for her intimate, bilingual storytelling across various mediums, discusses her passion for classic cameras, new notebooks and a treasured typewriter.
Former dancer and now a director at Somesuch, Tajana Tokyo, shares the things that get her creative juices flowing, including a recent Oscar contender and a TV show that "don’t just showcase this unrealistic idea of perfection".
The action-packed FLIPT director talks good coffee, great grades and important chips whilst going through a few of the things that keep him creatively inspired.
We hear from Snapper Films director Wouter Stoter, where he tells us about his fave music promos, his vintage Marantz amplifier and making his own stamps in college.
Ataboy's Head of Production, Rasha Clark, on immersive advertising, being a 90s kid, and why the best advertising needs to have the time - and money - to play with ideas.
On Location is a column that gives a boots-on-the-ground look at some amazing cities, brought to you by local production experts.
The TinyGiant director takes us through the rainbow of trinkets, keepsakes and cheeky awards that help her creativity flow.
Landia director Fran Colombatti celebrates YouTube, castigates fear, and chooses an unconventional - but wholly understandable - 'film of the year' for 2022, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
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We hear from Untold Studios director Gabriella Kingsley about her big musical inspirations, continued diversity within the industry and her condiment phobia...
Cut + Run [US] and The Quarry [UK] editor, Mah Ferraz, reveals what's on her creative radar listing the commercials, films and cultural touch points that provide inspiration and interest.
The Park Village director talks us through the artwork, memories and directing toolkits he keeps nearly to maintain his creativity.