Is it its combat nature? The people who surround her? Or her own being? Ana Killi is a Norwegian filmmaker, a real inspiration to the animation industry. Among other things she brings us the “Sinna Mann” or “Angry Man” masterpiece, where through her beautifully-styled film, she reveals the touching story of domestic violence, which gives us the idea of what makes a girl feel weak. A filmmaker who struggled throughout her career to make a fundamental difference to the mentality of our society through her strongest weapon of the Animation. Ms. Killi’s work and talent made her one of the most famous and influential animators and filmmakers. Inspired by Yuri Norstein and Michaël Dudok de Wit, over the years she has brought us masterpieces like ‘The Hedge of Thorns’, which was rated as the Norwegian film with the highest international prices, ” Glasballen”,”Sirkel ”, Lávrasiid Áigi or Solens datter (the title of the International Daughter of the Sun), Kongen som ville has mer et al krone and Langt, langt borte. Continuing successes, her calls to love and equality where in a speech she says it is better to have love and lost than not loved at all, but most importantly her simplicity despite the name as a great artist tells us that she has the ability not only to be, but also to inspire powerful girls. And perhaps this inspiration over others to work and become better, makes her one.