Starved Studio Ghibli fans now have something new to look forward to. Yesterday, Ghibli veterans, under the auspices of Studio Ponoc, released a trailer for a fantastical, Ghibliesque movie called Mary and the Witch’s Flower, slated for Summer, 2017.
Hey, if you’re going to advertise an animated film in Japan, why not release footage reminiscent of its greatest anime director?
When Tony Stark tried to create Ultron in the second Avengers movie, his plan was to create a a series of robots that could police the entire world. But apparently he also had a secret agenda — to pay homage to a classic Studio Ghibli anime film directed by Hayao Miyazaki.
Tsunami is a cute, perfectly crafted animated short film made by the students at the Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark. It tells the story of a man returning to his house, flooded after a tsunami, and a water spirit that got trapped in there.
This excerpt from The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness—a new documentary about the legendary Studio Ghibli—shows anime master Hayao Miyazaki drawing the last shot of the last film of his career, The Wind Rises. It was precisely during the shooting of this documentary that Miyazaki decided to retire from filmmaking.
Fans of anime legend Hayao Miyazaki, the wonderful works of Studio Ghibli, or just really good family movies, rejoice: A live-action version of Kiki's Delivery Service has been announced.
When it comes to wild things in the woods, Max has nothing on Princess Mononoke. In this sweet mashup by Justin Hillgrove, the various spirits and creatures from Studio Ghibli's films pay tribute to San, the wildest of them all.
This insanely awesome Totoro bed is all over Tumblr for good reason. Who wouldn't want to be like the little girls in Hayao Miyazaki's iconic movie, who meet a giant-mouthed, friendly monster, and bounce on his big fuzzy belly for hours?
In many ways, Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind marks the birth of Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli. And now that it's out on Blu-Ray, it looks like a whole new movie. Twitch's Ard Vijn reviews the Blu-Ray release.