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We hear from Paris based Passion Pictures Managing Director/Executive Producer Marc Bodin-Joyeux, where he reveals his fave short animations, talks e-mobile office's and relax's with a game of Le Tarot.
Kristen Hosack, Senior Music Supervisor at Saatchi & Saatchi LA, has created an Isolation Radio Station playlist that is good, groovy and can get you on the dancefloor.
We speak to the Bindery director about her love of analogue, the art that tells her story and the camera-department-enraging way in which she stores her kit.
Co-founder of Production Service Network, Michael Moffett, looks to the Renaissance for inspiration and has bingo-ing crazy during his time in quarantine.
Alec Stern, Director of Music at DDB Chicago, is floored by Dylan, gets down to Beyonce and dives for cover when Dan Hill hits the airwaves, as he reveals his playlist for The Elements Music's Isolation Radio Station.
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.
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Twenty Four Seven Producer Bea Cañete wishes she had her own personal Mary Poppins on hand, divulges her ideal quarantine guests and enjoys a game of Catan.
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.
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Droga5 New York's Senior Music Supervisor, Mike Ladman, kicks off our new feature in which industry figures create a special playlist for the Isolation Radio Station and answer some probing musical queries.
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.
Emerald Pictures director Lee Einhorn reveals some of his creative inspirations, including the Greatest of all Time TV show, the recent film he loved every frame of, and the film that made him cry in the air and on the ground.