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<title id= "title">Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki</title>
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    <h1>Tribute to Hayao Miyazaki</h1>
    <h3> An Animation Legend</h3>
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   Hayao Miyazaki, aged 79, is considered on par with animation pioneers like Walt Disney and Chuck Jones.</strong>
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    <p>Born in 1941 at the onset of World War II, Miyazaki's early life was shaped by the desolation of the war and the rebuilding period thereafter. Miyazaki's early childhood would shape a lot of the enviromentalist and anti-war themes that would define Miyazaki's work. In 1963 Miyazaki began working at Toei Animation and would bounce around various studios, working on early animation projects like <i>Wolf Boy Ken</i> and <i>The Great Adventure of Horus, Prince of the Sun</i>. <br> <br> 
     However Miyazaki's star would truly start to rise when he directed a few episodes of the series <i>Lupin III</i>; which would lead to his first film director credit with <i>Lupin III: Castle of Cagliostro</i> in 1979. In 1984 Miyazaki would create his first truly original movie, <i>Nausicaä  of the Valley of Wind</i>, widely considered on of the greatest animated films of the 80's. One year later Miyazaki would take much of that team that worked on <i>Nausicaä </i> and created Studio Ghibli, considered a powerhouse of animation to this day. For 28 years Miyazaki led Studio Ghibli and worked on 13 films, all of which are considered classic's.</p>
      <h3><strong> List of all Studio Ghibli Films Miyazaki was involved in:</strong></h3>
       <li><strong>1986</strong>: <i>Castle in the Sky</i> - Director/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>1988</strong>: <i>My Neighbor Toroto</i> - Dircetor/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>1989</strong>: <i>Kiki's Delivery Service</i> - Director/Writer/Producer</li>
       <li><strong>1992</strong>: <i>Porco Rosso</i> - Director/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>1995</strong>: <i>Whisper of the Heart</i> - Writer</li>
       <li><strong>1995</strong>: <i>On Your Mark - Director</i> </li> 
       <li><strong>1997</strong>: <i>Princess Mononoke</i> - Director/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>2001</strong>: <i>Spirited Away</i> - Director/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>2004</strong>: <i>Howl's Moving Castle</i> - Director/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>2008</strong>: <i>Ponyo</i> - Director/Writer</li>
       <li><strong>2010</strong>: <i>Arriety</i> - Writer</li>
       <li><strong>2011</strong>: <i>From Up on Poppy Hill</i> - Writer</li>
       <li><strong>2013</strong>: <i>The Wind Rises</i> - Director/Writer</li></ul><br/>
    <img id="image-2" src="" alt="screenshot from Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind">
    <figcaption><strong>While not the first movie made under their banner, <i>Nausicaa</i> is considered Studio Ghibli's first film.</strong></figcaption>
    <p>Miyazaki would choose to retire after the release of <i>The Wind Rises</i>, citing his age and the increased time it took him to make movies. However in 2016 Miyazaki came out of retirement for one last film, <i>How Do You Live?</i>, which as of 2020 had 36 minutes worth of animation finished. In this same timeframe Miyazaki also created his first full CG production, the short film <i>Boro the Caterpillar</i>, in 2018. Given his other flirtation with retirement in 1999, it would appear that Miyazaki's passion for art supercedes his plans to quit anytime soon.<br><br>
      For more information on Hayao Miyazaki and his various achievements you can read up on his
        <a id="tribute-link"
           >Wikipedia entry</a
    <p id="quote"><i> "Of course if, as artists, we say that life is worth living and the world is worth living in then something good might come of it."</i> - Hayao Miyazaki</p>


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