In the Studio With — London animation studio Moth discuss their heartfelt approach and generating an atmosphere that “feels like home”

Posted 20 March 2017 Interview by Laura Snoad

Founded by three friends as a part-time venture in 2010, London-based animation studio Moth has now expanded to five, and can grow to 15 when there’s a big project on its books. Emotive, human storytelling has won it fans with clients The Guardian, NSPCC, Facebook and CNN. Moth’s Modern Love film for The New York Times (a real-life story of romance blossoming during the war in Bosnia) won a coveted Annecy Cristal and they were even nominated for BAFTA. Founder and director Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits talks us through the leap to full-time and developing a balanced client base.

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