Mila Aung-Thwin

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Mila Aung-Thwin

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In 2017, Mila Aung-Thwin co-directed the film “Let There Be Light” - a documentary about fusion research.  The film followed work done at ITER, General Fusion and Focus Fusion.  In our interview, we focused on his impressions of fusion research as an outsider, the scope of the film and communicating fusion to the public.  Mila points out that most people have never heard of the research behind fusion, or the people involved in the effort.  Mr. Aung-Thwin co-founded Eyesteel film, a Montreal-based film studio in 2000.  He has produced more than 25 feature documentaries, including “Up the Yangtze.”

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In 2017, Mila Aung-Thwin co-directed the film “Let There Be Light” - a documentary about fusion research.  The film followed work done at ITER, General Fusion and Focus Fusion.  In our interview, we focused on his impressions of fusion research as an outsider, the scope of the film and communicating fusion to the public.  Mila points out that most people have never heard of the research behind fusion, or the people involved in the effort.  Mr. Aung-Thwin co-founded Eyesteel film, a Montreal-based film studio in 2000.  He has produced more than 25 feature documentaries, including “Up the Yangtze.”