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Mitsuhisa Ishikawa

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Nationality  Japanese
Role  Entrepreneur
Name  Mitsuhisa Ishikawa

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Occupation  Anime executive producer/producer and project developer
Employer  Production I.G Bee Train Tatsunoko Productions
Known for  Production I.G animation studio
Spouse  Michiru Ishikawa (m. ?–2006)
TV shows  Space Battleship Yamato 2199
Movies  Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, Ghost in the Shell, Patlabor 2: The Movie, Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alo, Tachiguishi‑Retsuden
Similar People  Junichi Fujisaku, Kenji Kamiyama, Mamoru Oshii, Mizuho Nishikubo, Masamune Shirow

Production company  Production I.G
Organizations founded  Production I.G, IG Port

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Mitsuhisa Ishikawa (石川 光久, Ishikawa Mitsuhisa, born October 30, 1958) is a Japanese anime entrepreneur, the co-founder and current president and CEO of Production I.G, as well as a producer for the studio.


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Mitsuhisa Ishikawa was executive at Bee Train from 1997 to 2006,

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Ishikawa acted as executive producer for the anime sequence The Origin of Ren in Kill Bill, and was the producer of the first two Ghost in the Shell films. In 2005, Ishikawa joined his first joint Japanese-U.S. collaboration, since the opening of the Production I.G branch in Los Angeles, IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix, a joint production with Production I.G and Cartoon Network. Ishikawa has also produced Batman: Gotham Knight, Halo Legends and Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic.

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Ishikawa is also one of the owners of Tatsunoko Productions and a part-time director.


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