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We hear from m ss ng p eces director JJ Augustavo about his collaboration wishlist, cinematic inspirations, and Chopped and Screwed remixes.
Presence's VR and documentary filmmaker Avril Furness is keeping tabs on Dorian, gives her thoughts on Tenet and reveals some stories she's still got to tell, as she reports what's on her radar.
From Tony Petersen Films, director Philippe Andre, who's also repped by Independent in the UK, shares his inspirations, which emphasize dramatic, imposing moments through shared experience juxtaposed against the intimacy of human connections.
Moira McCarthy Monahan, Senior Director at Position Music and Vice President at Women in Music, has turned her back on passive listening but embraces a well planned 'walk out song', as she reveals her Elements Music Isolation Radio Station playlist.
Cheat colourist Vlad Barin is impressed with this year's crop of creative work and admits it's difficult to pick a favourite TV show from the gems on offer, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
We chat with Florence EP Alli Maxwell about diversity and representation in the industry, sources of inspiration and classic videos.
Together with Elements Music, One Track Mind is a collection of playlists created by industry figures from music, advertising and media.
Music Supervisor at NFL Network, Brian J. Miller, cites one track that can make him run to the dance floor, and one that he'd need to be dead to listen to, as he reveals his Isolation Radio Station playlist.
Great Guns director Ben Brand admires the breadth of Joe Rogan's guests and cites a trio of great films from the recent past as he reveals what's on his radar.
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The Emerald Pictures filmmaker and photographer shows us the camera that started it all, his love for retro formats and his WeWork hack (for when normality's back).
One of Washington Square Film's newest additions to their roster, Aaron Chapman, reflects on Black excellence and intentionality in film and new media, sharing his inspirational picks that reflect the way he approaches commercials and art.
Tim Miles, VP for Sync and W songs at Warner Music Group, says he is obsessed with debuts and enjoys a kitchen disco to a particular Chase & Status track, as he reveals what's on his Isolation Radio Station playlist.