What inspires and drives the creative mind? John Kelly returns to RTÉ One with five new episodes of The Works Presents, which explore this very question - his guests include innovative musicians, visually stunning film-makers, well-loved writers, unique composers and performers as well as politically-driven artists - watch now, via RTÉ Player.

In the latest episode, John talks to environmentally aware and visually stunning filmmaker Clare Langan

Langan is an Irish filmmaker with an international reputation. She has represented Ireland at several Biennales, and her films (and photographs) are held in a number of public and private collections throughout the world - including the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

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Watch: Clare Langan's Flight From The City (2015)

Born in Dublin, she became interested in the moving image while studying at the National College of Art and Design and, later in New York, she became immersed in the experimental film scene while studying at NYU.

Langan's worlds are not only profoundly visual but intensely aural; she has filmed in locations in Ireland, Iceland and Namib Desert and worked with composers and musicians such as the late Jóhann Jóhannsson, Linda and Irene Buckley and Hildur Guðnadóttir, and filmed in locations in Ireland, Iceland and Namib Desert.

The Works Presents, RTÉ One. Thursday May 26th @ 11.15 pm - catch up via RTÉ Player.