Animated Short Film
A film that explores the
scientific work & research
around human body and
infectious bacteria & viruses

A Language of Shapes

Client | Animate Projects

A film by award-winning animated documentary maker, Samantha Moore, based on the research of the Mostowy Lab.

Emi, a young girl with a stomach upset, enters the magical, microscopic world inside a zebrafish and aids the defenders of her cells to outwit the invading Shigella bacteria.

A Language of Shapes decodes and celebrates, in an accessible and engaging way, the research happening in The Mostowy Lab at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the cutting edge research about how human cells defeat invading pathogens, and how these scientific discoveries can improve wellbeing and save lives around the world.

Produced by Animate Projects and supported by a Wellcome Trust Research Enrichment Grant and by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

Fonic provided a mix.

Services
  • Mixing / Dubbing

A film by award-winning animated documentary maker, Samantha Moore, based on the research of the Mostowy Lab.

Emi, a young girl with a stomach upset, enters the magical, microscopic world inside a zebrafish and aids the defenders of her cells to outwit the invading Shigella bacteria.

A Language of Shapes decodes and celebrates, in an accessible and engaging way, the research happening in The Mostowy Lab at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the cutting edge research about how human cells defeat invading pathogens, and how these scientific discoveries can improve wellbeing and save lives around the world.

Produced by Animate Projects and supported by a Wellcome Trust Research Enrichment Grant and by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

Fonic provided a mix.

Trivia

Screenings include: Einstein’s Garden at Green Man Festival 2022, Sydney Science Fiction Film Festival, Australia, and Bloomsbury Festival in October 2022.

The film screens online on 17 September on Labocine.com for #InternationalMicroorganismDay