September 12, 1955|
Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
Takashi Nakamura (中村 たかし (formerly なかむら たかし) Nakamura Takashi?, born September 12, 1955 in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan) is an accomplished Japanese animator and anime director. He is also a founding member of the Japan Animation Creators Association (JAniCA) labor group.
Nakamura's 2001 film A Tree of Palme was an official selection of the Berlin Film Festival. His work on Ōgon Senshi Gōrudo Raitan (Golden Warrior Gold Lightan, 1981–82) inspired fellow animator Koji Morimoto.
- Yatterman (1977): animation director and key animation
- Ōgon Senshi Gold Lightan (1981): animation director and key animation
- Genma Taisen (1983): key animation
- Mirai Keisatsu Urashiman (1983): character designs, animation director, key animation, storyboards
- Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984): key animation
- Meikyū Monogatari (1987): animation director
- Robot Carnival (1987): director, script, character designs, animation
- AKIRA (1988): animation director, character designs
- Peter Pan no Bōken (1989): character designs, scene artist, storyboards
- Catnapped! (1995): director, original creator, script, character design, animation director
- A Tree of Palme (2001): director, original creator, script
- Tetsujin 28-go (2004): character designs and storyboards
- Fantastic Children (2004): director, original creator, script, character designs
- Harmony (2015): director (with Michael Arias)
- "Japan's Animator Labor Group Legally Incorporates". Anime News Network. 2008-06-06. Retrieved 30 May 2009.
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