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+44 (0)20 7434 3100

11-14 Windmill Street,
London,
W1T 2JG

About

The Moving Picture Company (MPC) is a global creative studio with a single goal: to create experiences that move people. With decades of storytelling experience, they are perpetually pushing the limits of what is technologically and artistically possible to tell visually stunning stories. MPC continues to lead in an ever-evolving industry, building authentic and long-lasting connections with audiences across all channels. Recent notable work includes multi-award-winning Ridley Scott’s ‘The Seven Worlds’ for Hennessy, John Lewis ‘The Boy and the Piano’, Volkswagen ‘Born Confident’, as well as John Favreau’s movie ‘The Lion King’.

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