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We chat with Spindle director Milo Blake about generationally significant promos, the hustle paying off and his lack of broken bones...
Park Pictures comedy directing duo Terri Timely (aka Corey Creasey, right, and Ian Kibbey, left) on the ads they find funny, the films and TV shows that tickle them, and the the dog that influenced their career.
Sammi Cohen, director at MindsEye, talks Keaton, cameras and why she has Tom Hanks to thank for her career, as she reveals what's on her comedy radar.
The founder and creative director of animation production company and artist management agency, Jelly, tells how lockdown got her into lino and why parental pestering started a love of philately.
We chat to the Greatcoat Films music video executive producer Micheal Newton about diversity behind the camera, some great music videos and keeping things private...
Sam Jones, Editor at The Quarry London, celebrates lo-fi originality, the joyful experience of witnessing the Beatles at work, and not just one, but two classic British comedy programmes, as he reveals what's on his radar.
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Greg Bell, director at Tomorrow, talks comedy as he discusses funny ad ideas, his go-to scenes from funny films, and why dark humour is the best humour.
We chatted with Believe Media director, music producer and DJ Hoj Jomehri about the future of the industry in the metaverse, his current real-life playlist rotation and a mysterious toaster...
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Bertil Vorre, director at New Land, discusses the healing power of bonsai, the magic of Miyazaki and the influence of independent video games, as he reveals what's on his radar.
Bethan Seller, director at Rogue Films, admits to enjoying a digital snoop around people's homes, reveals a quintet of TV shows she loves, and explains why, when it comes to crew, everyone needs to respect everyone else.
As part of our Authenticity Focus this month we spoke to Agile Films director Brock about the future of the industry, director inspirations and an essential piece of technology...