Hayao Miyazaki Movies List

Hayao Miyazaki
Hayao Miyazaki
05-01-1941
Tokyo
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Blackbeard's Ghost

Director Hayao Miyazaki Filmography

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      Toy Story 3
      Toy Story 3 ( English )
      Music Director: Randy Newman , Tom Myers , Dustin Cawood , Barney Jones , David Slusser , Tom Hardisty , Benjamin A. Burtt , David Boucher , Eric Bradley , James Thatcher , Wade Culbreath , Ronald G. Roumas , Doc Kane , Steve Slanec , Dennie Thorpe , Jana Vance , Pascal Garneau , Dee Selby , Andrew Page , Tom MacDougall , George Doering , Andrew Hansen , Don Davis , Jonathan Sacks , Michael Semanick , Teresa Eckton , Al Nelson , Timothy Nielsen , Michael Silvers
      Release date: 17-06-2010
      Ponyo
      Ponyo ( English )
      Artist: Yuria Nara , Hiroki Doi , George Tokoro , Tomoko Yamaguchi , Yuki Amami
      Director: Hayao Miyazaki
      Music Director: Joe Hisaishi , Mika Yamaguchi
      Release date: 19-07-2008
      Pom Poko
      Pom Poko ( English )
      Music Director: Yasuo Uragami , Mitsuru Kashiwara
      Release Year: 1994
      Dick Tracy
      Dick Tracy ( English )
      Director: Warren Beatty
      Music Director: Danny Elfman , Alan Silvestri
      Release date: 15-06-1990
      Who Framed Roger Rabbit
      Music Director: Alan Silvestri , Alan L. Nineberg
      Release date: 21-06-1988
      Lupin the Third: Greatest Capers
      Director: Hayao Miyazaki
      Release Year: 1977
      Blackbeard's Ghost
      Blackbeard's Ghost ( English )
      Director: Robert Stevenson , Hayao Miyazaki
      Music Director: Herb Taylor , George Bruns
      Release date: 08-02-1968
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          Hayao Miyazaki Biography

          Hayao Miyazaki (Miyazaki Hayao, born January 5, 1941) is a Japanese manga artist and prominent film director and animator of many popular anime feature films. Through a career that has spanned nearly five decades, Miyazaki has attained international acclaim as a maker of animated feature films and, along with Isao Takahata, co-founded Studio Ghibli, an animation studio and production company. The success of Miyazaki's films has invited comparisons with American animator Walt Disney, British animator Nick Park as well as Robert Zemeckis, who pioneered Motion Capture animation, and he has been named one of the most influential people by Time Magazine. Miyazaki began his career at Toei Animation as an in-between artist for Gulliver's Travels Beyond the Moon where he pitched his own ideas that eventually became the movie's ending. He continued to work in various roles in the animation industry over the decade until he was able to direct his first feature film Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro which was published in 1979. After the success of his next film, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, he co-founded Studio Ghibli where he continued to produce many feature films until Princess Mononoke whereafter he temporarily retired. While Miyazaki's films have long enjoyed both commercial and critical success in Japan, he remained largely unknown to the West until Miramax released his 1997 film, Princess Mononoke. Princess Mononoke was the highest-grossing film in Japan—until it was eclipsed by another 1997 film, Titanic—and the first animated film to win Picture of the Year at the Japanese Academy Awards. Miyazaki returned to animation with Spirited Away. The film topped Titanic's sales at the Japanese box office, also won Picture of the Year at the Japanese Academy Awards and was the first anime film to win an American Academy Award. Miyazaki's films often incorporate recurrent themes, such as humanity's relationship to nature and technology, and the difficulty of maintaining a pacifist ethic. Reflecting Miyazaki's feminism, the protagonists of his films are often strong, independent girls or young women. Miyazaki is a vocal critic of capitalism and globalization.[3] While two of his films, The Castle of Cagliostro and Castle in the Sky, involve traditional villains, his other films such as Nausicaa or Princess Mononoke present morally ambiguous antagonists with redeeming qualities.

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