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We chat with the Dark Energy Films director Shimmy Ahmed about many classic music videos her boring tech choices and her ambivert personality.
Ezra Hurwitz is a director at Spy Films and here he explains how the iPhone is a creative partner and why a recent HBO show was crafted with "unwavering mindfulness and skill".
Stept Studios founder, and former pro-skier, Nick Martini talks us through the timepieces, photography and bell-ringing that keeps his creativity on track.
BUTTER Music and Sound's Music Supervisor/Head of A&R, Kayla Monetta, talks us through how a decade in the music industry can prepare you for the role and how learning how to get over song-attachment is an important job lesson.
Mikael Nakkas, Executive Post Producer at Wash, doesn't want you to laugh at his favourite lockdown purchase, gets lost in an Andrea Arnold film, and isn't a lover of a particular, iconic 70s film.
We chat with Tomorrow director Andrew Donoho about his Radiohead admiration, high-quality promos and technology hacks.
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AFX Creative Founder Mark Leiss highlights a brilliant film that was "one incredibly long effect", explains how the 2012 Japanese tsunami impacted the wider advertising industry, and reveals why he loves hanging out with "like-minded maniacs on machines".
Kenyan film director and artist Tajdin talks us through the items that keep her creatively inspired, including a green zebra, a corner altar and a drawer full of literature.
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Chelsea Pistono, Senior Flame Artist at Uppercut, lifts the lid on the unsung heroes of the commercial construction process, explaining how VFX isn't all computer-generated, otherworldly visuals and giving a shout-out to the magicians that combine tech and art.
Uppercut editor Sean Fazende finds flipping through vinyl therapeutic, gets lost with the help of his ear buds, and is glad to see the back of digi betas, as he reveals what's on his radar.
We had a word with Bullion Productions director João Retorta about his vast range of inspirations, a deep list of music promos and his failed drumming experiences...