As Nors Creative team, our second guest in the "Inspirations" series; HAYAO MİYAZAKI
"The fact that he takes the ideas in his films from daily life, from the natural structure, reflects this to a fantastic world and does not show absurdity in any way is a master work. When I watch his animations, I see a part of me in every character. It opens the door to a world built with emotions. I look at the characters as if looking in a mirror and find myself in that fantastical." I find the events in the world while living and struggling. The colors, music, places, the harmony of the characters and the story that they use are a great source of inspiration to me with their natural and fantastic contrast. Every time I watch it, I feel different meanings and different feelings. I never feel the same taste. The same dream is completely different. It's like I'm seeing it with feelings. He constantly tried and observed. He started directing at a very young age. It tells the inner journey of an individual who has created his own philosophy for each film. His imagination is as pure unlimited as a child's imagination. Every step of his work feels like sailing to a free world."E. Gokce Gunduz
Fan Art Work: E. Gökçe Gündüz
Hayao Miyazaki (born January 5, 1941, Tokyo) is a Japanese manga and anime artist. He has been in the animation world for over fifty years and is the founder of the animation studio Studio Ghibli with his best colleague Isao Takahata. The success of Hayao Miyazaki's animated films, considered one of the greatest masters of animation, has attracted worldwide attention. Hayao Miyazaki was born on January 5, 1941 in Tokyo. He was one of four sons of his father, Mr. Katsuji Miyazaki, who worked for Miyazaki Airplanes company, which produced parts for warplanes as a family business. His mother, on the other hand, was hospitalized during the 8-year period between 1947-1955 due to spinal cord tuberculosis. In his third year at Toyotama High School, when he watched Hakujaden, the world's first color animated feature film, he was impressed by the film and not only became interested in animation; At that moment he decided to become a comic book illustrator. When he started to study international relations and economics at Gakushuin University in 1962; He was influenced by Marxist thought, as the university was close to the Japanese imperial family. Hayao Miyazaki, who started working as an animator at Toei Animation Company after graduation; During these years, he met the director Isao Takahata and they started working together in the company syndicate. Horus the Prince of the Sun (Taiyō no Ōji Horusu no Daibōken), with which anime directors Otsuka Yasuo and Isao Takahata began work in 1965; It was a great opportunity for Hayao Miyazaki to work on a feature-length animated film. Throughout his career, he has written many feature-length animes as well as many comics called manga in Japan. Miyazaki, whose works received extraordinary attention and respect in Japan, was not well known in the West outside of cartoon circles until 2002, when he won the Oscar. Spirited Away, which not only brought him this award, but also made it a first, is the first animated film to receive an award at the Berlin Film Festival. In addition, this film broke box office records in Japan; She broke her own box office record with Princess Mononoke, which she directed in 1997. Heidi, which Miyazaki produced with Isao Takahata, is known in Turkey. Miyazaki has directed most of his recent works, as well as a copywriter. One of his first works of this kind was Windy Valley, an adaptation of a manga he created. After this work, Miyazaki, who founded Studio Ghibli, started to prepare his works here and delivered them to his fans through this studio.
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