Hayao Miyazaki and Animated Film Essay

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Getting inspired is something that can happen unexpectedly. A single thing can just set the stage for an amazing creation to come about. Much of what people are exposed to due to the media and also literature can really affect someone’s life. Hayao Miyazaki is a film director, animator, screenwriter and also producer. He is someone who’s work really changed my perspective on animation and also the conventional idea of a hero. Miyazaki was born on January 5, 1941 in Japan. His parents were Dola and Katsuji Miyazaki. His father Katsuji Miyazaki and worked for Miyazaki Airplanes which was Miyazaki’s uncles business. The company manufactured parts for warplanes that were used during World War II. Miyazaki had three brothers which …show more content…
Getting inspired is something that can happen unexpectedly. A single thing can just set the stage for an amazing creation to come about. Much of what people are exposed to due to the media and also literature can really affect someone’s life. Hayao Miyazaki is a film director, animator, screenwriter and also producer. He is someone who’s work really changed my perspective on animation and also the conventional idea of a hero. Miyazaki was born on January 5, 1941 in Japan. His parents were Dola and Katsuji Miyazaki. His father Katsuji Miyazaki and worked for Miyazaki Airplanes which was Miyazaki’s uncles business. The company manufactured parts for warplanes that were used during World War II. Miyazaki had three brothers which also worked for Miyazaki Airplanes. Miyzaki’s mother, Dola suffered from spinal tuberculosis for about nine years, which of course caused a distant relationship and led to his mother being admitted into the hospital for long periods of time. Something that has always upset Miyazaki was that his family profited from Japan’s efforts in the War, his intense dislike for violence and militarism have been displayed in a few of his films as well. Due to the family business most of the drawings consisted of airplane designs; however his drawings changed to more animated art because of his dislike of the war and also because of a film called, “Hakujaden.” “Hakujaden” was a motion picture that was produced by Toei Animation and was Japan's first
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