Director’s Chair: Hayao Miyazaki

by Tony Cogan · March 26, 2017 · Director's Chair · 2 Comments

Once again, it’s time to let you know about the posts that I have received for this months Director’s Chair feature on Hayao Miyazaki. Didn’t receive many posts this month, but I have enjoyed reading the ones I did get. So, without further ado, here are the pieces for the films of Hayao Miyazaki.

Castle of Cagliostro:

Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind

Castle in the Sky

Kiki’s Delivery Service:

Porco Rosso:

Princess Mononoke:

The Wind Rises:

Come back tomorrow for the announcement of the next director that will be highlighted in Director’s Chair.

2 Responses to Director’s Chair: Hayao Miyazaki

  1. Alissa says:

    I’ve just watched his The Wind Rises ( ). What a genius he is! In this (and last one) film Miyazaki no longer tells us a tale and he does not fantasize, but shows the history of life, of the country, of people. There are no demons and beasts in it, but there are calamities, war, poverty. Simply amazing!

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