Ever wondered what fills the world’s most creative minds?
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We speak to Mirror Mirror's music video director Helmi about AI directing, sources of inspiration, and political propaganda.
BLINKINK director Will Wightman tells us about the work and filmmakers that have inspired his career so far, how writing music helped him find his voice in filmmaking, and why it's important to embrace new technology.
Julien Vallon, a director at Frenzy Paris, reveals the best way to discover new music, why old objects are more interesting, and why comic books are a 'complete art'.
CANADA London's MD takes us through the items that keep her creativity flowing, from mentorship mementoes to a mountain of mountains.
Tantrum director Patrik Bergh talks Twix, treatment writing and 12 Angry Men as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
Reform School director and 'King of Mock Epics' Dax Martinez-Vargas offers us a glimpse into his world, his critters, and his treasure trove of whimsical inspiration.
On Location is a column that gives a boots-on-the-ground look at some amazing cities, brought to you by local production experts.
We speak to Agile Films director Charlie Robins about his 360-degree spinning camera rig, The Duke Of Wellington, and the state of the promo industry.
Hamlet director Kyra Bartley on the films - both new and old - that have made an impact on her, the importance of having time, and why Twitter is her jam.
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The acclaimed SLMBR PRTY writer/director Victoria Rivera, known for her intimate, bilingual storytelling across various mediums, discusses her passion for classic cameras, new notebooks and a treasured typewriter.
Former dancer and now a director at Somesuch, Tajana Tokyo, shares the things that get her creative juices flowing, including a recent Oscar contender and a TV show that "don’t just showcase this unrealistic idea of perfection".
The action-packed FLIPT director talks good coffee, great grades and important chips whilst going through a few of the things that keep him creatively inspired.