Famous Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki will create a short animated movie for the Tokyo Ghibli Museum. This is reported by the Variety edition.
This will be the first stereoscopic project of the master, made not in traditional technique, but created using computer graphics. The timing of the cartoon, the plot of which will be built around the caterpillar, will be only 10 minutes, and the production time will be three years. Miyazaki did not specify whether his new project will be shown at the box office or exclusively within the walls of the museum.
Recall that in the fall of 2013, Hayao Miyazaki, whose cartoons traditionally become box-office hits at home, announced that the animated movie "The Wind Rises" will be his last full-length work, after which he will retire.
In the fall of 2014, the Academy's Board of Governors decided to award the director an honorary Academy Award. The Wind Rises was also nominated for Best Animated Feature, but ultimately lost to Frozen. In 2015, he was nominated for the Saturn Awards from the American Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films.
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