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Takahata, Isao

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Personal name headingTakahata, Isao
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Other standard no.0000000109355842
Associated countryJapan
Associated placeOkayama-ken (Japan)
Birth date1935
Death date2018-04-05
Place of birthIse-shi (Japan)
Place of deathTokyo (Japan)
Field of activityAnimated films--Production and direction
Profession or occupationMotion picture producers and directors
Film director
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Found inHotaru no haka, 1988: colophon (r; Takahata Isao)
Jūniseiki no animēshon, 1999: colophon (Takahata Isao, b. 1935)
Takahata Iwao no sekai, 2013: page 7 (高畑勲 = Takahata Isao; animation film director)
El país WWW site, viewed April 6, 2018 (in obituary dated April 6, 2018: Isao Takahata; died yesterday in Tokyo at age 82; born in Ise, Mie prefecture, central Japan, in 1935)
New York times website, 17 Jan. 2022: in an obituary published Apr. 6, 2018 (Isao Takahata, born Oct. 29, 1935 in Mie Prefecture and grew up in Okayama, died Thursday [Apr. 5, 2018] in Tokyo, aged 82; a film director who founded Japan's premier animation studio, Studio Ghibli, with Hayao Miyazaki in 1985 and made sophisticated animated films like the elegiac World War II drama "Grave of the Fireflies")
T: New York Times style magazine, Dec. 5, 2021: in an article entitled "The magician's flight" on page 101 (At Studio Ghibli, the animation company [Miyazaki] founded with the filmmaker Isao Takahata and the producer Toshio Suzuki in 1985; Takahata, Miyazaki's mentor at Toei Animation in the '60s and '70s and, eventually, his greatest rival; Miyazaki spent 15 years working with Takahata before becoming a director himself, and craved his mentor's approval; the brilliant and perfectionist Takahata, who once took eight years to finish a film)
Associated languagejpn