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Starting Point: 1979-1996 by Hayao Miyazaki
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Starting Point: 1979-1996 (edition 2009)

by Hayao Miyazaki, Beth Cary (Translator), Frederik L. Schodt (Translator)

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Title:Starting Point: 1979-1996
Authors:Hayao Miyazaki
Other authors:Beth Cary (Translator), Frederik L. Schodt (Translator)
Info:VIZ Media LLC (2009), Edition: Original, Hardcover, 500 pages
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Starting Point: 1979–1996 by Hayao Miyazaki

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[A] full-bodied book of provocative thoughts and reminiscence from the still vital career of this animation genius.
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The Cat Bus and Pure Cinematic Magic

John Lasseter talks about Hayao Miyazaki
I first met Hayao Miyazaki-san about twenty years ago in Los Angeles.
On Creating Animation
Nostalgia for a Lost World

Gekkan ehon bessatsu: Animēshon (Animation: Monthly Picture Book Special), Subaru Shobō, March 1979
What animation is to me
If I were asked to give my view, in a nutshell, of what animation is, I would say that it is "whatever I want to create."
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The information here (ex. 2009 publication date) pertains to the Cary and Schodt translation of Miyazaki's Starting Point and not to the original Japanese which was published in 1996 as Shuppatsu Ten, 1979–1996 in Japan by Tokuma Shoten [affiliated with Studio Ghibli]. The English translated version also does not have all the content included in the Japanese original (missing about 17 articles).
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