Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man: 15 Years at Studio Ghibli  (Pasta blanda)

Sharing a House with the Never-Ending Man: 15 Years at Studio Ghibli (Pasta blanda)

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  • This highly entertaining business memoir describes what it was like to work for Japan’s premiere animation studio, Studio Ghibli, and its reigning genius Hayao Miyazaki. Steve Alpert, a Japanese-speaking American, was the “resident foreigner” in the offices of Ghibli and its parent Tokuma Shoten and played a central role when Miyazaki’s films were starting to take off in international markets. Alpert describes hauling heavy film canisters of Princess Mononoke to Russia and California, experiencing a screaming Harvey Weinstein, dealing with Disney marketers, and then triumphantly attending glittering galas celebrating the Oscar-winning Spirited Away.
  • His one-of-a-kind portraits of Miyazaki and long-time producer Toshio Suzuki, and of sly, gruff, and brilliant businessman Yasuyoshi Tokuma, capture the hard work and artistry that have made Ghibli films synonymous with cinematic excellence. And as the lone gaijin in a demanding company run by some of the most famous and influential people in modern Japan, Steve Alpert tackles his own challenges of language and culture. No one else could have written this book.
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  • PID NjBjMzU4ZD
  • Número de modelo 978-1611720570
  • ISBN 978-1611720570

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Número de paginas: : 296 páginas
ISBN-10: 1611720575
ISBN13: 978-1611720570
Peso: 13.8 oz.

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