Anime: Japanese Animation

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Anime is Japanese animation. It is a unique phenomenon in the history of world film. Anime is now one of the largest entertainment industry in Japan. In the 20th century, Japanese animation or anime superbly grow, it 's also popular with the development of the comic Japanese, Manga. In 1914, the Japanese cartoonist began to be interested in experimenting with the medium of animation and film. Short animated film was Momotaro 's first success in 1918. At the time of the second world war, the anime is very slow and the last world war ended in Japan grew more animated. A talented young cartoonist named Osamu Tezuka manga produce the Shintakarajima (1947). His work is strongly influenced by cartoon characters of Disney and Max Fleicher in the…show more content…
A few years later, two studios, Toei Animation and Mushi Productions animation production emphasizes the big screen and television series. The popular animated television is Tetsuwan Atom, or Astro Boy in 1963. In the 70s, the science-fiction genre starting favour by the people, like Uchu Senk Yamato, and Uchu Kaizoku Captain Harlock. Meanwhile, the talented and famous animator Hayao Miyazaki is. He first caught the attention of observers through Future Boy Conan (1978) and Lupin III: The Castle of Cagliostro (1979). '80s, which was the most influential film in this era is Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1986). The film was produced by studio Ghibli shaded by Hayao Miyazaki. The studio has produced successful films such as Laputa: Castle in the Sky (1986), Kiki 's Delivery Service (1989), and My Neighbor Totoro (1988). Besides, films like Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball, and Pokemon has emerged and successfully appealed to the audience so abroad. An animator Hayao Miyazaki anime that leads to a higher level through fantasy movies. Examples of his work include film Princess Mononoke (1997), Spirited Away (2002), and Howl 's Moving Castle (2004). Until now the anime industry is listed as the animation industry most productive and creative in the…show more content…
His success led to the establishment of a new animation studio called Studio Ghibli. Studio Ghibli Miyazaki got its name from an airplane, Italian Caproni Ca.309, whose nickname is the ship Ghibli. Miyazaki also the founder of Studio Ghibli, and he directed, written, and produced many other films with Takahata. All of the films enjoyed critical and box office success. Especially, Miyazaki Princess Mononoke received the Japan Academy Award for Best Film. In addition to the work of animation, Miyazaki also involved in the manga. The main work is the manga Nausicaa Miyazaki and Hikoutei Jidai. Therefore, it 's grown into his film Porco Rosso in 1992. After that, Miyazaki is regarded as one of the greatest animators of all time. He has won the Golden Globe Award, an Honorary Academy Award and Best Animated
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