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Filled with a painterly technique created using Procreate on iPad and After Effects wizardry, Kyra Bartley's moving Heartbeats for Save our Sons had a style that was as mesmerising as the spot was devastating. We spoke to her about how she swirled her digital paintbrush through our emotions.
Enlisting the talents of legend himself (that's MR Eric Cantona to you), Coyle-Larner Brothers' heartfelt spot for FIFA 21 speaks to the winners in all of us. We chat to the directing siblings to find out how it was all put together.
Anonymous Content new signing Jovan Todorovic took to the streets of Nippon to create a mesmerising, dance-filled lockdown awakening. We chatted with him about how he caught it on camera.
When Noam Murro turned a Zoom background into a musical fantasy for Coors, we had to find out how he did it under the new restrictions.
Taking on the challenge to both direct and act in thirty spots for Google, Fred Armisen recounts an average day working on a socially-distant set and how restrictions are the mother of a swift production...which might explain how he got all the spots done in just six days.
With his lockdown-shot feature film Host proving to be an unexpected smash on Shudder, we thought we'd look back at the last time director Rob Savage scared us silly.
Using speculative elements and leaning heavily on character design, Hornet director, Yves Geleyn, shares the story behind the brilliantly devised clockwork universe.
Last Friday, Channel 4 and a host of big brands donated an entire ad break to mini-spots highlighting small businesses throughout the UK. We caught up with Armoury MD & Senior Producer Matt Hichens and Creative Director Jack Laurance to find out just how they shot six companies in six days with six directors, all under strict safety guidelines.
Some in-depth discussions of what it takes to make a killer music video.
Suthon Petchsuwan, Mum Films director and helmer of the hilarious new Jackie Chan-spoofing film for the Thai Health Promotion Foundation, talks to us about shooting an action epic under strict pandemic guidelines and finding the chuckles in the surreal.
Photographer and filmmaker Diana Kunst recently released a new video for an old Rolling Stones track which charts the relationship with her friend, Marina. The video was accused by some of being 'lecherous'. Here, Kunst explains how the video came to be and what its real message is.
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After taking up residence for eight days at a UK hospital treating Covid-19 patients at the height of the pandemic, Johnny Hardstaff has created a stripped back, emotional and compelling film with just a stills camera and a voice recorder. Here, he explains the thinking behind his Small Film.
In 2010, a little-known agency called Elephant Cairo turned a cuddly bamboo-eater into a petty antagonist, and, in doing so, launched a thousand memes. We speak to agency creative and campaign director Ali Ali about causing pandemonium.
Spindle director Greg Hackett's new Royal Navy film was a huge undertaking, not least due to the availability of the main character (a nuclear submarine) and the need for secrecy (which stretches to this interview, some of which needed to be redacted). Here, he reveals the challenges and triumphs of the year-long project.