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The Co-Founder of Paris-based agency Altmann&Pacreau, Olivier Altmann, on monitoring his sons' finances, the brilliance of a modern ballet and why agencies need to stop giving their thoughts away for free.
The Blink director talks us through a few of the things he needs around him in order to get his creative juices flowing, including an aural-tickling Japanese postcard, a bounty of books on the paranormal and more ties than you can shake a neck at.
We hear from Compulsory director Emmanuel Adjei, where we talk painters, Radiohead internet leaks and African science fiction...
Jonas Hegi [pictured left], one half of Jonas & Julien, the RadicalMedia repped directing duo, reveals a film we should all make a point to watch, the art that inspires awe and his hopes for a greener industry.
The Head of Colour at Freefolk, Paul Harrison, on being left behind in the Maldives (not as fun as it sounds), the artistry of Orson Welles and the beauty of JMW Turner.
The Stink director talks us through items that mean a lot to her, including her dad's camera, a hat that means business and a little porker that's fairly flexible.
Here are a few of our favourite Favourite Things...
We chat to Gia Coppola from The Directors Bureau about her famous family, inspirations, and her favourite DP.
The Rattling Stick director, Bruce St Clair, is amazed by a masterfully executed Lacoste spot, moved by one of Christopher Nolan's films and inspired by Giacometti.
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While visiting the festival for the straight8 shootout, Forever director and photographer, Chloe Sheppard, captured Cannes' quirkier angles on film.
Ever wondered what the editorial team get up to at Cannes, other than racing up & down the Croisette and hosting the best party of the week? Well, wonder no more...
We shout out three things to check out on Friday.