22 March 2023
World Ocean Day
About Project

World Oceans Day

It’s important to raise awareness about the importance of reducing plastic usage to keep our oceans clean. At our studio based in Margate, we share a deep connection with the sea and understand the impact of plastic pollution on our marine life. This is why we created our World Oceans Day production, a stop-motion film that highlights the need to take action to protect our oceans.

Using over 100 laser-cut stencils, we crafted a beautiful and captivating swimming dolphin that takes centre stage in our film. The animation process involved creating a 2D animation, which was then used to produce stencils that allowed the stop-motion animator to seamlessly swap out each piece of the animation frame by frame. The result is a stunning portrayal of the beauty of our oceans and the importance of taking care of them.

Our World Oceans Day production is more than just a film. It’s a call to action for everyone to do their part in reducing plastic usage and helping clear up our oceans. We hope that this film inspires individuals and organisations to make changes in their daily lives and take a stand against plastic pollution.
As a studio based by the sea in Margate, we understand the value of our waters and the impact of our actions on marine life. We feel a strong responsibility to protect our oceans, and this film is our contribution towards a better future for our planet.
We hope that this film inspires everyone to take action towards protecting our oceans and making our planet a better place for generations to come.

Behind The Scenes

The behind-the-scenes film about the making of our World Oceans Day film takes you on a fascinating journey of how our team created the stunning stop-motion film. From the initial concept to the laser-cut stencils used in the animation process, viewers get a glimpse of the creativity and hard work that went into making the final film. This behind-the-scenes film is a must-watch for anyone who wants to understand the process behind the creation of a stop-motion film and the importance of taking action to protect our oceans.