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Keen to see some of our work?

A short film about the making of “No Ordinary Joe”- a stop-motion animation/live action short film starring Lindsay Duncan.

Directed by Barry JC Purves. Produced by Glenn Holberton. Original music by Nigel Hess. Alex Hesketh filmed & edited this BTS clip.

Stop-motion animation of real vegetables, using a technique developed by Loose Moose director, the late Ange Palethorpe, who died in April 2022, allows Onions, Peppers and other denizens of the kitchen to sing along to the Jackson 5’s hit “ABC”, while a young woman cooks a meal in her kitchen.

The spot promoted the BBC ‘Dish Up’ website encouraging simple, healthy recipes, a subject Ange was passionate about.

Ange was a talented designer, animator and director, accomplished at problem solving, liked and loved by many. She was kind, fun and funny. We will miss her.

Agency: Red Bee Media.

Check out our 90 sec stop-motion animation for Taco Bell, produced by Loose Moose Productions in collaboration with our partners, Mackinnon & Saunders.

Agency: Deutsch LA