Film, Video Anime for All: Kihara Hirokatsu and Diana Garnett
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- Anime for All: Kihara Hirokatsu and Diana Garnett
- Studio Ghibli writer, producer and director Kihara Hirokatsu discussed his experience in Japanese anime production and the inspirations for Totoro and other animated films. Together with singer and voice actress Diana Garnett, Hirokatsu shared the joys of creating an animated film. Hirokatsu gave the talk in Japanese with an English interpreter.
- Event Date
- July 26, 2019
- Running Time
- 53 minutes
- Online Format
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