Oscar-winning Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki's first film in five years -- a wartime romance -- will be released next year, its distributor has said.
Japan's director Hayao Miyazaki waves to photographers at the Venice International Film Festival in 2008. Miyazaki's first film in five years, "Kaze Tachinu", a wartime romance, will be released next year, its distributor has said.
Miyazaki, who created "Spirited Away", which won Best Animated Feature in 2003, and "Ponyo" (2008), will release "Kaze Tachinu", based on the novel of the same name, usually translated as "The Wind Has Risen", distributor Toho said on Thursday.
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