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London-based French animation director Clement Bolla is Passion Animation Studios’ latest signing. Here he reveals his thoughts on why the animated antics of Bill Burr should be embraced, how Wes Anderson is instant inspiration, and why he needs to control his drone habit.
The Coffee & TV colourist on astronomically good films, taking comfort from Martin Creed and the need for more diversification.
We get the lowdown from Park Pictures highly talented director Jake Schreier, about his all time favourite music promos, his current musical selections and who he looks at for inspiration.
The HALAL executive producer discusses losing earphones, gaining knowledge and navigating the time/money/quality triangle, as she reveals what's on her creative radar.
The Final Cut editor talks us through his comic collection, his books on creativity and the best Back To The Future posters you'll see today.
In the first of a new series, Ben Campbell, partner at Cut+Run London, reveals his artistic inspirations.
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The Fat Lemon director on her digital life support machine, a 'thigh-slappingly funny' film and why Instagram doesn't have all the answers.
Mike Ahern [right] and Enda Loughman [left] are directing duo D.A.D.D.Y. Here, the self-described ‘two youngish Irishmen with big noses' relay what's on their creative radar, including a film regarded as "one of the worst ever made".
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The Partizan director chats about his fondness for backwards music videos, directors that inspire him, and his current music playlist rotation.
MindsEye's Emmy award-winning director - whose comedy credentials include Carpool Karaoke, An Idiot Abroad, and British Airways' safety video - reveals why comedy is going through a tough time and why Larry David is a legend.
We catch up with the ever-entertaining Mr Denton to chat through some of the objects on his desk he could't do without.