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Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises Arrives On DVD And Blu-ray This Week – Possibly The Last Studio Ghibli Film
In what’s being called a “Farewell Masterpiece” from Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli, given the unclear status of the studio’s production in the future, The Wind Rises may indeed be a bit of a swan song, for now. The home …
I’m not telling the kids. Not yet anyway. STUDIO GHIBLI ANNOUNCES CLOSURE Toshio Suzuki has announced the closure of Studio Ghibli. Here’s a translated version of the news article: “Just moments ago, Toshio Suzuki, Studio Ghibli producer, announced on the …
This must have been in production long before Hayao Miyazaki announced his latest retirement. Maybe they got to work the last time he said he was quitting.
Creepy ghost children alert!
A gorgeous three-minute trailer for Studio Ghibli’s next feature, Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, plus a making-of.
Not one of the studio’s fantasy pieces, but does fit pretty comfortably into their brand of melancholy memoir, comparing well to Ocean Waves or Only Yesterday.
Next Studio Ghibli Movie To Be Directed By Arrietty’s Hiromasa Yonebayashi, May Be Sequel To Porco Rosso
There’s not much to go on yet but some clues that next year’s Ghibli film will be a sequel to Porco Rosso set against the Spanish Civil War.
Hayao Miyazaki Says A Nausicaä Sequel Could Happen, With Evangelion Creator Hideaki Anno As Director
The original animator of the God Warrior wants to make a sequel.
This latest Studio Ghibli film, based on The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter, is being directed by Isao Takahata.
Giving us rather more footage than ever before, here’s an extended trailer for Studio Ghibl’s biopic of aeronautic engineer Jiro Horikoshi. There’s some chat before hand, but once the footage comes, it rolls on and on… Beautiful, for sure but …
Isao Takahata’s back, and he’s gone off piste again for Bamboo Cutter.
In fact there are two beautiful films from Studio Ghibli out on Blu-ray this week. That’s cause for a lot of celebration.
Hold on to your hats because Hayao Miyazaki has made another film about the awe and majesty of flight.
While Ni No Kuni has drawn some great reviews for its gameplay, and I’m certainly happy about that, I’d be on board for the look of the thing alone.
World War 2 fighter planes and a miniature princess found growing inside a stalk of bamboo.
Shunji Higuchi, a storyboard artist on Evangelion, has directed a live action film featuring the God Warriors from Studio Ghibli and Hayao Miyazaki‘s Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. It’s going to be screening at The Museum of Contemporary …
The most recent releases from Studio Ghibli have been Goro Miyazaki‘s Up on Poppy Hill, back at home in Japan, and Arietty, here in the UK and, just about now, in the US. Miyazaki the younger seems to be already …