Misha Ustinov is one of the international creative directors represented by Hobby Creative. For fifteen years he has been in the advertising industry, with seven years as executive regional positions in BBDO and Publicis Group and DDB Networks. Misha has lots of awards for creative, out-of-the-box productions that prove wild ideas and unexpected execution can be more productive than regular advertisements. We asked him to share his favorite movies and series with FILMANDTV.com. He explained that for him as an experienced creator, art exists for art’s sake, so movies, similar to advertising, as forms of art, are not meant to please an audience. The goal is not to create something “good” and “beautiful” but to produce something that has artwork’s quality and only have to be talented. He believes that "Good art” and “talented art” are very different and there is no direct dependency between them. He says: "Art is something that beats you. It can be very uncomfortable to “consume”. But in the end, it makes you a better person with much more active POVs to the world around. Art is not a stone on the shore everyone can pick up. And of course, art shouldn’t be “intellectual”. All that “messages” and super ideas, and hypostasizes are just a post rationalization that feeds critics. Art is just something that happens. But happens talented." The list of films and series that he sent us includes those which he believes are "talented" and are not necessarily made "good". However, he also adds: "I have no problems with the 'Disney Land' type of movies. 'Terminator' is much more a piece of art than most of Sundance participants. I think I’m a grateful viewer." All of the above said If you are wondering what "talented" artworks you should watch next, here is Misha Ustinov's personal favorite movies and series list to inspire you. You can sort and filter this watchlist as you prefer and get linked to where to watch them online.