Sir Paul Smith, David Adjaye, Zoë Wanamaker and Marion Deuchars are among an impressive array of figures from across the creative industries appearing on a new website developed by Paul Brazier to inspire and inform young people
Metahaven’s latest film is a hybrid of live action, animation and graphics and interrogates what we consider as ‘truth’ in the digital world – a question made all the more pertinent as VR begins to take hold.
Framestore co-founder and CCO Mike McGee and head of recruitment Amy Smith on finding new talent and the importance of creating an environment that fosters creativity
The animated New York Times Op-ed piece by Jay Z presents a compelling deconstruction of America’s failed ‘war on drugs’. We talked to co-director Kim Boekbinder about how it was made
With two stonking videos already in the bag, Two Door Cinema Club’s new album Gameshow looks to be as much a visual feast as a musical one. We talk to lead singer Alex Trimble about the band’s artistic approach, and how it connects to the topical themes expressed in their music
NSPCC’s new film uses cheerful animation and a catchy song to deliver a serious message about abuse
Featuring a gymnastic sloth and a hammer-throwing anteater, RKCR/Y&R’s trailer is an impressive piece of animation with some lovely touches
A new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum in London looks at the representation of conflict in film, with props, models and costumes from some of the past century’s most famous war films…