volume 8, issue 2, P163-184 2013
DOI: 10.1177/1746847713487472
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Abstract: How does a director express his or her film style in animated films produced by a group? To address this issue, the authors analyzed the shot length of 22 Japanese animated films directed by Miyazaki Hayao, Oshii Mamoru, and Hosoda Mamoru. Their analysis reveals the statistical measurements of shot length were clearly dependent on directors. Miyazaki's films show that he avoids both longish and brief shots, Oshii's shot length is relatively long on average, while Hosoda prefers relatively short shot length. Fu…

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