250 Artists, 25 Countries, 1 Goal!
WHAT IS MILA ABOUT?
"I started working on Mila because I believe animation can talk about serious matters."
Mila is a CG animated short about a little girl whose life takes an unexpected turn during WWII. It’s rare that animation takes on serious, complex matters such as War. Still, I believe animation is the perfect medium to tell this story set in my hometown, Trento (Italy). Mila is the story of a girl and two women during Trento’s bombing in 1943. I wanted to tell a war story not centered on armies, soldiers, generals, battle plans. I wanted to talk about civilians, and especially the children. The girl who inspired me to create this movie was a child during WWII. That girl is my mother.
- Cinzia Angelini, Director
Mila is a volunteer-based project comprised of more than 250 artists from around the world.
Here's the core team behind this phenomenal project.
Support Us On Indiegogo. Exclusive Mila Gear!
The Mila Campaign is live on Indiegogo! https://goo.gl/geZ67M #LetsMakeADifference Please Support us today!
Please share with us a little bit about your background. Where you live and where you are in your career. I am a French matte painter and I just recently moved to San Francisco. How did you arrive to the world of VFX and animation? I started out my career in photography then moved into[…]
Our Producer Andrea Emmes will be the Future Now Career Expo in Salinas, CA to speak with the amazing kids at the Boys & Girls Club about filmmaking! Go inspire, Andrea!
Enter Mila Thunderclap contest by May 10th!! https://goo.gl/2nP3Io
How did you get your start in animation? I arrived in Animation a little by mistake. I had just gotten to the states in September of 2000 (from France where I had studied narrative illustration) and my brother built me a computer and I started playing around with Flash 4. (I was doing all these[…]
How did you arrive to the world of animation? RG: Since I was a kid, I’ve been immersed into the world of animation. I loved animation and spent all my days glued to the TV screen watching Disneyland, and a steady diet of Warner Brother Cartoons and basically any animated film or TV series they[…]
Author and Artist of “Framed Ink” and “Framed Persepective 1 & 2” came to say “Hi” to Mila’s family! We’re proud to share with you an exclusive interview with Visual Development and Graphic Novel Artist Marcos Mateu, Author and Artist of: “Framed Ink: Drawing and Compositoin for Visual Storytellers” – How did you arrive to[…]