Hayao Miyazaki, Co-Founder of Studio Ghibli, Pushes for One More Anime Film Before He Retires
The anime industry is one of the prominent forms of entertainment in Japan and spread across other parts of the world. Through anime, many people learned many things and these forms of media inspired numerous watchers across the globe.
In addition, the greatest effect of anime is the warmth and story it offers to the people. Hayao Miyazaki, best noted for his creations such as Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle, pushes again to create another anime film, regardless of the risks imposed on his health and age. Even though he has his own successors, his ever burning passion determined him to create one last film.
What makes Hayao Miyazaki unique among all
Hayao Miyazaki is not known because of the skill in creating animation but known because of the story deep within the animation he creates. It does not only invokes warmth and comfort but the reality itself that is happening in the world. It is quite ironic to say it because animation is a fantasy.
But to Hayao, it is something that children should not understand but gets it when they get older----one example would be Spirited Away, children would think that it is a spirit world filled with unique and numerous spirits, when on the other hand, for adults, it tells a story of how a child prostitute is experiencing the harsh environment and human trafficking destroys a child.
The video from Channel Criswell says the one mentioned above. The essence of life and human strength is forged by experiences. Going back to Hayao making the last film, he says he would not last when the film will be released, but let us just hope Hayao lives as longer as he should.
One report stated that Hayao is already planning everything for the film and is strict among his successors based on drawing the outlines and layouts for a sample animation his successors did. You can view the report here from Kotaku about the details of his pursuit for the last film.