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Hayao Miyazaki to receive honorary lifetime achievement Oscar

It’s been over a year since the Japanese release of anime legend Hayao Miyazaki’s last film, The Wind Rises. A highly personal film which serves as a powerful closing statement to his storied career, many had hoped it would win Miyazaki his second… 223 more words


Selamat! Animator Hayao Miyazaki Menerima Penghargaan Oscar

The 6th Governors Awards dilaksanakan pada 26 Agustus 2014 di Grand Ballroom Hollywood & Highland. Acara penghargaan ini berbeda dengan penghargaan Academy Awards yang biasa Anda saksikan di televisi. 164 more words


Laputa: Castle in the Sky, Crystals, and Robots #SquareEnix

“No matter how many weapons you have, no matter how great your technology might be, the world cannot live without love.”
-Sheeta, Laputa: Castle in the Sky…

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'Goodbye, Ghibli' Is The Greatest Tribute To Studio Ghibli And It Comes From An Unlikely Source

With the impending closure of Studio Ghibli looming on the horizon, I guess some thought it was a good time to pay tribute to the studio that brought us… 105 more words


Israel and Palestine through the eyes of Miyazaki

Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononke has made my philosophy obsessed neurons to re-examine the conflict of Israel and Palestine. The resemblances are quite uncanny. A village with modern weapons threatening the well being of a forest full of magical creatures, resulting in an ever-growing swamp of hatred. 753 more words


What Miyazaki believes is wrong with the Anime Industry today

If there is anyone to hear from about creating animated films it would most definitely be legendary Studio Ghibli co-founder and director Hayao Miyazaki.  Miyazaki believes that realism is what can essentially make or break an animated film. 262 more words

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Remember the Alamo

Not far from Amarillo is Lubbock, which is home to a newly opened Alamo Drafthouse. While I was excited about the concept from a previous experience in Denver, Co, I didn’t think I would go out of my way to drive the two hours to Lubbock to see a movie. 331 more words

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