Time Out says
L.A.’s new movie museum opens with the first-ever North American retrospective of the beloved Japanese animator.
“Hayao Miyazaki,” which opens with the Academy Museum’s debut on September 30, features over 300 storyboards, concept images and backgrounds, many of them on display outside of Studio Ghibli’s Tokyo headquarters for the first time. It pulls from the director’s 11 feature films, with a particularly strong tilt toward My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away as well as his lush, enchanted forest settings. Find out more in our full preview of the exhibit.
|Venue name:||Academy Museum of Motion Pictures|
8949 Wilshire Blvd
|Price:||Included in admission ($25)|