THE GUARDIAN

by MOTH

"Machines could take 50% of jobs in the next 30 years"
Moshe Vardi, Professor of computer science, Rice University.

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's Sustainable Business section.

MOTH

Moth is a multi-award-winning animation studio formed by Daniel Chester, Dave Prosser, and Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits.

Since collectively graduating from the Royal College of Art, they have quickly become renowned for their perceptive, emotive storytelling. Whether it’s examining the looming threat of artificial intelligence, the effects of rainforest deforestation, or the plight of refugees, their colorful, hand-drawn animation style and narrative cadence possess a maturity and profundity.

Their projects have been screened and awarded in festivals worldwide, including a BAFTA nomination for Matter Fisher in 2011, a British Animation award for HIAS: For the Refugee in 2016, a D&AD Graphite pencil and Annecy Crystal Award for their New York Times piece Modern Love: A Kiss, Deferred in 2016, as well as an ADC Young Gun Award and a YCN Professional Award for their greater portfolio of work.