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Hayao Miyazaki-Animation I Presentation
Nick Orbeon 19 February 2014
Transcript of Hayao Miyazaki-Animation I Presentation
Hayao Miyazaki was born on January 5th, 1941 in Tokyo
He has 3 brothers
Miyazaki’s father ran a company called Miyazaki Airplane which manufactured Airplane parts Early Animation Career
First job in 1963 as an animator for Toei Animation
About 50 years ago
Leader of the Toei Labor Union
Left in 1971 for Nippon Animation Directed some TV series with Nippon and left 8 years later
Left to peruse his own work
His first film that he produced was The Castle of Cagliostro Studio Ghibli
Founded in 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki and Yasuyoshi Tokuma
Has been the studio that produces all of Miyazaki’s films since
Works with Disney to bring most of it's productions to North America Influences
Influenced by authors
Ursula Le Guin, Lewis Carroll & Diana Jones
Also influenced by French illustrator Jean Giraud Style
Very strong attention to detail
Focuses a lot on the small details & creating new worlds Miyazaki's normal audience is usually youth (ages 8-18), but his goal is to attract all audiences and with some of his films, he has successfully done that Miyazaki has always been praised by
his peers for great command of animation
and his ability to create reality in his made up
and animated worlds. Revered as the best animator of his time
Won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature in 2003 for "Spirited Away"
Won an Annie Award in 2003 for Outstanding Directing and Outstanding Writing for "Spirited Away"