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Nearly a century after the idea was first floated, a museum dedicated to the magic of cinema is finally set to open in Los Angeles, with the first temporary exhibition devoted to Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki. The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, slated to open by the end of 2019, will be devoted to the past, present and future of film, offering visitors a look behind the screen and into how movies are made.Designed by Italian architect Renzo Piano, the near $400 million museum will be housed in a historic building -- the Saban Building formerly home to the May Company department store -- and will feature six floors that include exhibition spaces, a cafe, a store, plus a 1,000-seat theater.Brougher said that apart from paying tribute to the genius of Miyazaki, the exhibition was also intended to reflect the global scope of the museum.
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