1. Jason Bock
Jason Bock began as a painter before he found his true calling as a filmmaker. His knack for composition and artful visuals continues to serve him well, however, as he can always be relied upon to deliver eye-catching work.
For example, Bock's 2019 promo for Mt Eden's 'Cruel' - a Berlin Music Video Award winner - offers a vivid snapshot of Indonesian culture, with outbursts of violence and supernatural elements added to the mix.
2. Stuart McIntyre
Film theory graduate and all-round movie buff Stuart McIntyre is known for his detailed and emotionally-charged work, often using off-beat camera angles and a breakneck pace to ensure maximum impact.
Ads such as the NFL's 2019/20 season opener struck a chord with executive producer Hugo Diaz, who says: "Stuart is a real storyteller with an ability to play with various forms of writing and editing. We are so glad we can have this great Canadian in our French family."
3. Daniel Warwick
Finally, German comedy director Daniel Warwick draws inspiration from big-screen classics like 'Groundhog Day' and 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' when a script comes his way, as well as tapping his own innate flair for comedy.
Warwick is also one of the most adapatable directors on the circuit at the moment, with high-profile work from the UK, Germany, New Zealand, and elsewhere proving he can raise a laugh regardless of the territory.
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