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We hear from Knucklehead director Nathan James Tettey about epic music videos, sources of inspiration and naval school...
2AM's food and drink director Mike Matthews takes on a foodie-inflected version of this week's Radar as he reveals his love of toasties, the one food he could eat forever, and the restaurant he has on speed dial.
Ataboy director, food photographer and cinematographer Andrew Gooi talks us through some of the tasty treats that keep his work creatively vibrant.
Closing off January's Music Video Focus, Pulse Films' Head of Music Videos Rik Green and EP Nnena Nwakodo, plus a handful of the company's top directors talk us through the hip-hop heavyweights that shaped their vision.
Academy director Jack Driscoll reveals the film which pushed him into directing, the music he'd have on repeat, and why being a twin can really mess up your career, as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
Merman director and industry legend Kevin Thomas gives us an entertaining and surprisingly sweet dialogue with himself in this inimitable rundown of his creative knick-knacks.
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REVERIE Content filmmaker, choreographer, dancer, and writer Mimi Cave tells us how dance led to direction, that patience is an on-set virtue and why Mike Nichols is an all-time great.
Jason Watts, Creative Director at Freefolk, highlights a recent, punchy commercial, talks about upping his audio game, and tips his hat to an animating inspiration.
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Brand New School CD Chloë Greene takes us through the vibrant and varied objects that keep her creativity flowing.
Director Jay Green at Compulsory talks about cow farms in rural Lincolnshire, spending hours watching music channels and his VR headset...
Daniel Mitchell, an editor at Work London, talks Super Bowl bravery and musical cheat codes as he reveals what's on his creative radar.