Everything we experience forms a part of who we are and what we do and therefore what we offer. We rely heavily on the arts to inspire us and this is critical to us as individuals as well as a business.
Everyone at Creamer and Lloyd has their own budget for research and inspiration. On a regular basis we share on our website the best experiences we’ve had.
This whimsical jewel of a film brings you into the middle of a story populated by characters whose lives are unravelling. Bittersweet, awkward and at time hilarious, it perfectly captures something of the strangeness of growing up.
This one's about the music which, of course, carries the story in place of any dialogue. The music's the hero, and it's beautiful too.
A quiet but beautifully poetic meditation on the cycle of life. Warning: the little lost goat is rather traumatic though!?!
A film which thrust you into the beating heart of dance, into the minds and spirit of Pina Bausch's company. Filmed with a great attention to detail, every movement is a poignant and stunning tribute to an extraordinary human being.
An amazing insight into the mind of film director Werner Herzog through a conversation with Paul Holdengräber, Director of LIVE from the New York Public Library.
In particular Christian Marclay - The Clock. 24 Hours worth of snippets of films juxtaposed to create a narrative about time. Staggering.
You can personalise the music video of Arcade Fire’s ‘We Used to Wait’ by entering the postcode of your hometown. Brilliant experimental interactivity showcasing the future of web browser technology.
Everyone is invited to draw (online) a single frame of a music video for Johnny Cash’s ‘Ain’t No Grave’. The result is a truly collaborative, ever-changing, inspiring piece of artwork.
An incredible film about a community on the border of Israel and Palestine who united against the building on the wall. The film is now being used as a tool to inspire and educate communities in the power of non violent action.
I have a vested interest here having made one of the 26 second films at this premiere (Objects of Affection). It was like 6 word stories - so much can be said in such a short space of time. A great reminder.
A musician who is working so hard towards his goal of creating a sound for Bach on the soprano saxophone that is unique and unearthly. All-encompassing dedication - haven't seen anything like this for years.
Filming people handling one of their most treasured possessions and telling the story of the relationship behind it.
Not because I loved it but because a friend went to see it twice and spoke about details I hadn't even noticed. This is what great art can do - reveal itself gradually, make sense over time, stay with you. I now urgently want to see it again.
A film that makes the Palestinian fight against the Israeli wall human.
Surprisingly hilarious archive footage from the 50s. A post-war vision of what the future of city living was to be.
He's so mischievous! Only he could get 9/11 volunteers to get medical assistance from Cuba. Tony Benn was great
A dazzling display of documentaries - Earth Day, Horses, Videocracy, The Blood of the Rose
A must-watch in 3D in a cinema full of children. Fantastic characters full of memorable quirkiness.
An insightful view into the life of a little known internet visionary - so relevant during the current social networking revolution. Left me full of energy and the desire to get more active online.
The swearing is Baroque and every time Peter Capaldi comes on you smile in anticipation as to what stream of creative obscenities he's going to come out with next. Sheer genius
The triumphant creation of a world where 'everything you see is created by hand'
Send a camera floating across the landscape under a bunch of helium balloons, unable to control the outcome. Majestic, contemplative, stunning.
Immersive theatrical cinema. The 'Drive-in' movies of the future.
Surprisingly emotional with moments of sublime beauty
Animation at its finest and most powerful
Improvising live to short film - brave, innovative and talented