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Not everyone retires in the way filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki does. His thoughtful, beautiful and paradoxical new animation, The Wind Rises, just released in Australian cinemas, is said to be his swansong. When it had its world premiere in Venice last year, there was an official announcement that the co-founder of Japan’s legendary Studio Ghibli had directed his final movie.
Yet Miyazaki, 73, has a singular notion of retirement. ”He keeps coming to the studio, just like he has been doing for many years,” says Ghibli president Koji Hoshino, who has been asked many times about what the announcement means, and whether Miyazaki will be back directing again. ”Is he working on an animation? No. But he’s been the chief of this studio for many years, and the way that he works remains the same. He is not going to direct feature animations any more, but his role, working for Ghibli Museum or coming to chat with other animators or staff, means that he still comes in Monday through Saturday.
”We all adore him, we respect him and we enjoy chatting with him all the time, so that’s the basis of his influence, the way he operates.”
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