Hayao Miyazaki Looks To New Horizons In "Never-Ending Man" Documentary

Planned for June 3 and 4, this one tracks Miyazaki's exploration of CGI filmmaking following an encounter with a young artist

NHK World, the international service for Japan's public broadcaster, is preparing to take another look at the late career of revered anime directed Hayao Miyazaki in The Never-Ending Man. Planned for June 3 and 4, this one tracks Miyazaki's exploration of CGI filmmaking following an encounter with a young artist. It's described as a candid documentary look at Miyazaki as he crafts his first CGI film in an intimate behind-the-scenes portrait filmed over two years. It will be presented in Japanese with voice-over and/or subtitles in English. 

 

 

via Nerdist

 

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Scott Green is editor and reporter for anime and manga at geek entertainment site Ain't It Cool News. Follow him on Twitter at @aicnanime.

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