Sexy yetis, scientists and neon colours collide in Better Humans: a kaleidoscopic romp through the possibilities of gene editing and body augmentation.
As part of a 7-part series commissioned by Massive on the lasting impact of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.
We produced this video for Island Records' artist Sigrid, for her new song 'Focus'.
'Conception: Catie + Jen' is our contribution to the New York Times' Conception series, a six-part animated series about Motherhood.
A campaign for The Salvation Army which tells three different stories about hardship and the grace that comes from individual generosity.
Childline and Lovers Agency approached us to create this film as part of their campaign helping to raise awareness on teenage suicide.
An animated interview with Conan O'Brien about his last Late Night Show and friendship with Jack White.
Trailer for Benji Davies' picture book, 'The Grotlyn'
Along with Hornet, we partnered with Facebook to create a new film spotlighting their Community Standards, an effort to better build a safe and productive community for its more than 2 billion members.
New light is shed on childhood cultural misunderstandings when a Chinese mother and her British born daughter speak as adults for the first time.
"Blue is the world's favourite colour"
We worked with CNN and Dr. James Fox to produce a film for their Colour Scope series.
We created this for the Facebook Events team aimed at Latin America audience.
We collaborated with Guardian Labs to create a film for the Woodland Trust to support their 'Free Trees' campaign.
We made this film for the launch of Headspace Kids.
Trailer for Benji Davies' picture book, 'The Storm Whale in Winter'
Meet Alice, holder of the last recognisable job on Earth, trying to make sense of her role in an automated world.
'The Last Job on Earth' is a film produced in collaboration with the Guardian Sustainable Business section.
'Forest 500' was produced for the COP 21 Climate Conference in Paris, 2015. It is the third film Moth has made for the Global Canopy Programme, a tropical forest think tank working to demonstrate the scientific, political and business case for safeguarding tropical forests as natural capital.
We provided design, animation and illustration for the Climate Reality Project's interactive website for the COP 21 conference in Paris, 2015.
'A Kiss, Deferred' is our contribution to The New York Times' Modern Love column, based on a true story written by Nikolina Kulidžan.
This film was produced for World Refugee Day, to publicise and spread awareness on HIAS' mission and values for the last 130 years.
‘Planet Under Pressure’ is the second film Moth has produced for the Global Canopy Programme, a tropical forest think tank working to demonstrate the scientific, political and business case for safeguarding tropical forests as natural capital.
Short animation made for Late Night Work Club's 'Ghost Stories' MMXIII
Maidentrip premiered at SXSW in March 2013 where it won the Visions Audience Award.
Moth designed and animated watercolour map sequences and all the graphics for the film.
Animation commissioned by the Global Canopy Programme.
Mountain was an animated response to a trip made by Dave Prosser, commissioned by SICAF.
This is a film made for the NSPCC and is a true story told by someone affected by abuse.
This is a section from the feature film 'A Liar's Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python's Graham Chapman'. An animated, factually incorrect biography of Graham Arthur Chapman, one of the founding members of the comedy group Monty Python. The film was made in Stereoscopic 3D.
Short film commissioned by the WWF for a campaign aimed at tackling over-fishing.
Based on an interview Margaux did with her mom about motherhood, she talks about her arrival in post-dictatorship Athens in the 70’s, her struggle to adjust to the greek mentality, her memories and nostalgia of motherhood, but also her long lasting desire to move back to her small hometown in Italy.
Films based on the musings of Rory Sutherland. Produced in collaboration with Animade.
A serendipitous journey in which a lone fisher is united with a form of estranged matter.
BAFTA Nominated Short 2011
A man's problems with his wife keep him awake for an entire night. A film to accompany the short story 'Night Thoughts' by Helen Simpson, for Granta magazine's new issue on feminism.
A quintessential British summers day out. Picnics, Spitfires, real ale, naps and some good old fashioned patriotism