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Transcript of Hayao Miyazaki
-Hayao Miyazaki is a Japanese movie director. Born on January 5, 1941, Miyazaki's childhood was during the chaotic political climate of WWII.
-His father manufactured fighter airplane parts which led to the development of Miyazaki's lifelong passion for aviation.
-Miyazaki's interest in becoming an animator, after seeing the color anime film,
The Tale of the White Serpent.
-Started his career in 1963 as an animator at the studio Toei Douga studio.
-He was involved in many early classics of Japanese animation. Since the very beginning, he commanded attention with his incredible drawing ability and the seemingly endless stream of movie ideas he proposed.
-His first major work that was done in his style was,
which marked Miyazaki as a filmaking auteur.
-After two decades of working with each other, Miyazaki and fellow director Isao Takahata decided to start their own producition company within the parent company Tokuma Shoten. In which became the famous Studio Ghibi, founded in 1985.
His films usually focuses on young protagonist or have children playing key roles in the plot
Frequently uses music from Jô Hisaishi
Films often have two main characters (male and female) one of which is magical or has a magical past
Films often features a pig or an animal similar to a pig.
Really LOVES the theme of aviation. Films frequently includes scenes of flying or in which characters fly.
Films often involve human protagonist entering strange lands that are forbidden or otherwise inaccessible.
Often makes references to nature,ecology, and pollution to his films
Female protagonists often become part of residences which are monumentally dirty in some respect and need their skills to clean it.
Involves scenes of labor with working class people.
Most of Miyazaki’s film criticize the use of violence as a means of ending problems but promoting peaceful reconciliation with one’s enemies.
Films often feature incredibly complex machines maintained by strange male characters.
Usually includes scenes or stills during the closing titles that let the viewer see what happened to the characters after the events described in the movie.
Brief Summary: On her way with her family's move to the suburbs, a sullen 10-year-old girl wanders into a magical world where gods, witches, and monsters roam; where humans turn into animals; and a bathhouse full of these creatures. Where she must survive and save her family in hopes of returning to their world.
Princess Mononoke (1997)
Brief Summary: After saving his village from a rampaging boar-god, young prince Ashitaka must journey to the forest of the west to find a cure for his incurable curse. Prince Ashitaka finds himself in the middle of an intense war between the gods of the forest and the humans. During his journey, he meets San, the Spirit Princess
Howl's Moving Castle (2006)
Brief Summary: Young Sophie Hatter is cursed by the Witch of the Waste and is turned into an old lady. Her only chances of breaking the curse is lies with the young and handsome wizard Howl. Ashamed at how she looks she flees to the hills where a giant moving castle roams. Within the castle, she befriends the fire demon Calcifer, who promises to her if she helps him be free from his contract with Howl. Sophie agrees and decides to stay where she manages to bring life to the castle. Howl and Sophie begins to fall in love and Sophie helps Howl face his former teacher, Madam Suliman.
Spirited Away (2001)
Miyazaki had done a lot in the animation industry. However, as a director he has only been credited for twenty-four films and shorts. Some of his movies include...
Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984)
Castle in the Sky (1986)
My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Kiki's Delivery Service (1989)
Porco Rosso (1992)
The Wind Rises (2013)
Miyazaki has recently announced his retirement as he states he is getting too old and wants to allow another animators a chance to succeed. His last film will be:
The Wind Rises.
-Hayao Miyazaki is considered to be one of the world's greatest animators.
-His naturalistic styles has shaped the genre of animation both in Japan and around the world.
-From entertaining plots, compelling characters, and breathtaking animation in his films have earned him renown recognition internationally.
-He has receive great love for his movies and many awards showing fifty wins and twenty four nominations.
He is often referred to a the "Walt Disney of Japan." He doesn't like that title. Miyazaki has already proven himself as more of an anime virtuoso than a business entrepreneur.
Sometimes bases his film characters on real people. EX: Spirited Away (2001), Chihiro was based on a daughter of his friend.
"Do everything by hand, even when using the computer."
He allows no more than 10% of footage in his films to be computer generated. He insists that all his characters and backgrounds are drawn by hand.
Many of his films were not available in America due to the original poor English language version of Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), which cut roughly 20 to 30 minutes of time, changed character names and diluted the film's themes. Miyazaki was very upset over this poor handling that he soon refused to give the distribution rights to anyone who did not agree to follow a more strict translation of the Japanese dialogue and not remove any scenes. Walt Disney Studios eventually agreed to these terms and have been steadily releasing his films ever since, including a new English language version of Nausicaä that restores the lost footage and plays at its proper length.
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