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Hayao Miyazaki plans one last anime feature
    2016-11-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    宫崎骏计划拍摄最后一部动画片

    Hayao Miyazaki looks set to make one final anime feature, and it would be his first and last using CG production techniques.

    The 75-year-old Japanese anime master spoke about his plans on NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster, on Sunday evening on a program entitled “Owaranai Hito Miyazaki Hayao,” which translates as “Hayao Miyazaki — The Man Who Isn’t Finished.”

    Miyazaki has been working on a CG short called “Boro the Caterpillar” (“Kemushi no Boro”) that is scheduled to be shown at the Studio Ghibli museum in Tokyo. But Miyazaki said on Sunday that he’s not happy with the results and has plans to turn the project into a full-length feature.

    The legendary anime director has shared his ideas with Toshio Suzuki, current head of Studio Ghibli and producer of Miyazaki’s biggest hits. Suzuki spoke during the program about how his longtime collaborator* has been struggling to master CG animation techniques after spending his life hand-drawing his films.

    “Ghibli will carry on as long as Miyazaki continues to make films,” said Suzuki.

    (SD-Agencies)

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