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Miyazaki Wins Oscar: “I’ll Never Stop Animating!”


Legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki’s world renowned efforts in animation have at last snatched him an Honorary Oscar at the 2014 Governor’s Awards in Hollywood – the award in fact being his 2nd, with his first having been obtained in 2003 thanks to his classic film “Spirited Away” which won the title of “Best Animated Feature Film”.

A video showcasing Miyazaki’s acceptance speech:

Miyazaki was additionally interviewed by Japanese film enthusiast Mark Shilling for Variety magazine days before the ceremony, with Miyazaki being so dedicated as to state that “I will continue animating until the day I die” – sure to be make long-time Miyazaki fans ecstatic despite his “retirement” from full-length films.

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