I learned animation in the school of animation funded by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas in England (Escape Studios) I am now certified Maya animator. My dream is to make an animation movie of more than an hour, and donate the yield to charity.
The film "2645 AD The Lost Civilization".
The film is based on facts from science, and suggests a number of intriguing questions. Children born in the 21 st century stand straight for the biggest test of mankind, are we actually smart enough to live on a planet without destroying it? Are greed, power and an unhealthy economy irresponsible for life on Earth? The story is told by two fictional alien personalities Anüron and Alohilani. Gradually, the dialogue between them makes clear what happened on planet Earth.
People who donate more than 100 euro will be In the credits
Money is needed for entrance fee film festivals, and buy hardware to render the movie. at broadcast quality Proceeds are used for charitable causes, such as protecting nature but also for NGOs or ANBI's.
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