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Rowdy London animation director Thomas Harnett O'Meara gives us the lowdown on some stop-motion excellence across film and television, and reveals the piece of work that opened his mind to the possibilities of animation.
Fons Schiedon, director and animator at Forever, talks animation, avoiding natural selection and the masterpiece that is AKIRA, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
We chat with Harv Glazer Executive Creative Director at Nice Shoes about pink and blue lighting, Drake video cameos and changes within the industry.
As Chelsea director Nadia Hallgren works hard, she turns to these pieces of art and inspiration for an energetic refresh.
Stept Studios' Head of Visual Effects & Animation, Ruel Smith, is crazy for cameras, owes a lot to The Lion King, and finds inspiration from a series of Insta-influencers.
The Syn co-founder (alongside Simon and Yasmin Le Bon) takes us around his nifty Tokyo-based working space.
On My Radar is a series that dives into the likes, dislikes, best-ofs, and industry trends that we're paying attention to.
Friends Electric animation director Cris Wiegandt has rewatched a lot of films this past year but is impressed with one specific animated opus. She also highlights an animated Netflix comedy that is both layered and hilarious.
We caught up with Ruffian director David Bertram and chatted about spending hours on Getty Images, cinematic music videos and some favourite tech...
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Executive Producer for Scholar, Antonio Hardy shares the moments of art, nature, and cinema that inspire him.
Rebolucion director Rocio Crudo embraces the power of analogue photography, thinks everyone should see this particular Ethan Hawke film, and professes her love for dairy, as she reveals what's on her radar.
Taking us through their working space/studio, Park Village's Adam Booth, Leonie Ellis and brothers Jack and Tom Webb share memories and mementoes of its unique history.