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Studio Ghibli Theme Park Debuts Ad Directed by Hayao Miyazaki

Studio Ghibli announced plans years ago to bring its colorful library of films to a theme park, and fans will get to experience the destination for themselves soon. After all, Ghibli Park plans to open this fall after years of construction. Now, the studio's own Hayao Miyazaki is helping draw attention to the park, and they did so with an adorable little commercial.
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Masashi Ando: Hayao Miyazaki Will ‘Actually Die’ if He’s Not Creating

During an interview with ComingSoon, The Deer King director and former Studio Ghibli chief animation director Masashi Ando spoke about the legendary Hayao Miyazaki. When asked about his thoughts on Miyazaki continuing to create film despite several attempts at retirement, Ando called Miyazaki an “exceptional genius,” and explained his beliefs pertaining to why Miyazaki struggles to stay retired.
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Immersion in Hayao Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli in L.A. and Japan

If there is one thing that marks the art that reaches universal hearts, it is that it turns life’s inward complexity face out through characters and mythology. Hayao Miyazaki, for example, takes his audience deep into youthful worlds steeped in Japanese folklore and allows them to follow characters through life’s dark labyrinths and enchanted corridors.
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Studio Ghibli Director Hayao Miyazaki Comes Out Of Retirement For New Animated Feature

Famed anime director Hayao Miyazaki revealed he is coming out of retirement once again to make a feature length animated film. In an interview with the New York Times, Miyazaki didn’t give much detail about the film, but mentioned its based on Genzaburo Yoshino’s 1937 book How Do You Live? The story follows a teenage boy in Tokyo who moves in with his uncle after his father dies. The novel is reportedly one of the director’s favorites. Miyazaki didn’t confirm if the film would have the same name as the book, but when asked why he was returning to direct the film,...
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