The Circle Productions director chats about how he'd loved to be holed up with Eno, how lockdown has him binging puzzles, and his kids' delightful ditty: Pooping in your Pants.
Co-founder of Production Service Network, Michael Moffett, looks to the Renaissance for inspiration and has bingo-ing crazy during his time in quarantine.
Join us in this week's round-up of the best stories from the world wide web, including side-scrolling singers, locked-up lad-bands, and smart scribbles.
The Creative Embassy producer/MD tells us how he'd rather have his family around him than anyone else, and how a spot of work on his country house is his video-detox.
Pete Chambers, Mad Cow's Executive Producer, on the chaotic nature of a busy household, the four people he'd love to be locked down with, and two short films we should all feast our eyes upon.
The Amsterdam-based Cake Film & Photography producer gives us an insight into self-isolating in an unfurnished home, eschews shorts but loves a bit of Larry and has strict rules when it comes to Uno.
In the first of our COVID19-battling series, we pit five simple questions to a creative in confinement. Our first respondent is Jérôme Denis, CEO of French production company LA\PAC.
DIY desks, lamenting logos, animal apparel and house-bound Whos make for this week's afternoon much-needed pick-me-up of the best stories from the world wide web.
March is our New Talent Focus, but everyone was new once, right? Established directors share, in their own words, what promos they think really launched them to the next level and what they think about the piece that helped get their name out there.
With everything that's going in, it's perhaps more important to enjoy the flippant things in life more than ever, so join us in this week's round-up of the best stories from the world wide web, including PS power, online operatics, inebriated elephants and public-health Pegg.
This week's round-up of the best stories from the world wide web includes cleaning choons, bookish blocks and a pair of Mario stories that are simply super.
Heroic Hugos, retro reunions, autonomous aquatics and princely puppets make for this week's afternoon pick-me-up of the best stories from the world wide web.