How Did You Learn To Be Creative with Ben Salisbury
After a short break, ‘How Did You Learn To Be Creative?’ returns and brings along musical mastermind Ben Salisbury for the ride! In this episode Ben talks creative collaboration with his professional partner Geoff Barrows, pretending to be in a 1970s prog rock band to create music for Ben Wheatley’s ‘Free Fire’ and the age old question who is better, Beck or Bach?
Ben Salisbury is a world-renowned composer for TV and Film has worked on critically acclaimed work such as ‘Black Mirror’, ‘Annihilation’ and ‘Ex Machina’. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for his score for the film ‘Operation Dung Beetle’ and worked with Beyonce for her documentary ‘Life Is But A Dream’. He most recently scored the Amazon Prime show, Hanna.
The incredible and inspiring Ava DuVernay talks about her creative process as a film director and how important it is to live and be curious in order to become a successful director.
Bizarre and insightful talk from former executive producer at Epic Games Tanya Watson and Justin Roiland (of Rick and Morty fame) talking about how they created an improvised comedy video game which is fully playable in VR.
Here at Rubber, we adore the work of the incredible Tom Sachs. If you haven’t seen his beautiful space exhibition check it out here. In this TED talks, he explains how being honest with your creativity can define your personal brilliance and take it off to new uncharted territories.