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We speak to Park Village director/photographer Elliot Simpson about music videos, his big inspirations and his secret desire to become a DJ!
Rogue director Neil Gorringe reveals the film everyone should see (if they haven't already), the TV show he can't get enough of, and the character he spent time having to dress as.
Jean-François Sacco is Co-Founder of Rosapark and, in the final Radar of 2019, he reveals his favourite recent campaign, the best film he's seen all year, and why Raymond Loewy is the person who has most influenced him.
We dive into the workspace of Glassworks Amsterdam’s Head of 3D and find some iconic Manga, fabulous flower-holders and a games console that lasts a lifetime.
We spoke to Nice Shoes' Ron Sudul about his favourite music videos, his current music rotation and his secret passion.
2AM director Luke Snellin reveals the product he couldn't live without, the film everyone should see and the TV show he managed to get into the second time around.
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After a brief hiatus, we return to sifting through the essential bits and bobs creative folk keep around them to maintain their inspiration. This week, Knucklehead's Thibaut Grevet talks us through some iconic magazines, a dancing mermaid and a cheeky dose of Supertramp.
1stAveMachine director Marc Reisbig on the joys of rediscovering radio, the impossibility of choosing a favourite film and the frustration of having to produce so many versions.
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We chat to the Bacon director Vedran Rupic about awesome music videos, wanting to work with Eric Wareheim and other sources of inspiration...
Rattling Stick director Joel Kefali warns that Watership Down is not for kids, loves revisiting Peanuts and hankers after more weirdness in advertising.
Superprime's Sam Taylor-Johnson, director of work for brands such as Givenchy and H&M, as well as features including Nowhere Boy and Fifty Shades of Grey, reveals what's on her creative radar.
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