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Dan Simon, Senior Creative Director at Imagination, shares his favourite Australian Cannes Contenders, looking at creative that leverages transformational tech through to content culture.
From powerful stories of Pocahontas to surprising statues of cheesy snacks, Ari Elkouby, Chief Creative Officer at WundermanThompson Toronto choses some of his country's Cannes hopefuls.
Paul Cotti, Head of Strategy and Content at Fuse Paris, picks some of the French work he thinks might pick up prizes on the Croisette later this month.
Kicking off this year's selection of Cannes Contenders, we asked Dave Monk, Executive Creative Director at Publicis•Poke London, to pick some of the best Lion-worthy work from the UK.
We hear from Alfie Vaughan, VFX Lead at Coffee & TV, where he talks some about some classic videos, his TourBox Neo, and dabbling with a YouTube channel.
Ruckus Films' Leah Shore is a multimedia director whose innovative work spans live-action, animation, and stop-motion. Shore talks us through the weird and wonderful work of their favourite filmmakers, explains the need for more representation of female and queer creatives, and tells us why all directors need a little help from their friends.
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Marcus Silva [left] and Vicente Tigre, aka Blink Productions' Brazilian directing duo Jungle, talk compelling narratives, captivating features and how one must-see film captured the complexities of humanity's relationship with technology and the cosmos.
Tool of North America's Adriana Cruz, a director of Saturday Night Live's celebrity-packed comedy shorts, talks about unaffordable art, revisiting 30 Rock, and ad-libbed lyrics about dogs, as she reveals what's on her radar.
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The Chromista director talks us through the planes, presses and tactile devices that help him remain creatively inspired.
ArtClass directing duo Jams x Bash [aka Jamaal Parham, right of picture, and Bashan Aquart] talk billowing eyelashes, bedtime dinosaurs and the industry's need for a quality control button, as they reveal what's on their creative radar.
New Orleans-based Curfew filmmaker Abraham Felix talks us through his inspirations, his lifelong love for human storytelling, and explains why seeing an actor bring his idea to life is the best thing about directing.