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Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki’s first film in five years will come out next year, distributor Toho announced Thursday. Miyazaki will release wartime romance Kaze Tachinu, based on the novel of the same name, usually translated as The Wind Has Risen.
Between December 14 and January 3, the Vancity Theatre and The Cinematheque — both located in downtown Vancouver — are co-hosting Castles in the Sky: The Masters of Studio Ghibli. It’s a major retrospective of films from the world-renowned anime studio Studio Ghibli founded in Tokyo in 1985 by directors Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata and producer Toshio Suzuki.
The Cinematheque and the Vancity Theatre, both located in downtown Vancouver, are co-hosting a major retrospective of the films of Studio Ghibli, the world-renowned anime studio founded in Tokyo in 1985 by animation directors Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata and producer Toshio Suzuki.
CotD: One of Hayao Miyazaki’s early films, “Tonari No Totoro” was released in English until 1994.
Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Secret World of Arrietty,” based on Mary Norton’s famous children’s novel The Borrowers, opened in ninth place in limited North American release, taking $6.6 million this past weekend.
GKIDS, a distributor of award-winning animation for both adults and family audiences, is bringing a 20-year retrospective of films from Japan’s renowned Studio Ghibli to Los Angeles.
Born this day in Tokyo in 1941, Hayao Miyazak, a Japanese artist, film director and animator of many popular fantasy feature films. In his fifty year career he has produced and directed over a dozen internationally acclaimed films, along with partner Isao Takahata, founded Studio Ghibli, an animation studio and production company. The success of Miyazaki’s films has invited comparisons with American animator Walt Disney, and he has been named one of the most influential people by Time magazine.
CotD: 25 years ago today, Director Hayao Miyazaki released “Tenkû No Shiro Rapyuta” (Laputa, Castle In The Sky), a lyrically beautiful film; did you see it, and did you like it ~
CotD: Two Studio Ghibli films released today; We picked “Sen To Chihiro No Kamikakushi” (Spirited Away) to look at and to make it two Miyazakis in a row!
CotD: A lot of choices available today, but we shall go with “Gake No Ue No Ponyo” Miyazaki’s last feature film.
Studio Ghibli’s “Karigurashi no Arietti” (“The Borrower Arrietty”) was named best animation Friday at the 34th Japan Academy Prizes in Tokyo.
Directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi and written by Hayao Miyazaki, Karigurashi No Arietti won over Keiichi Hara and Asention’s Colorful, Kôzô Kuzuha and Shinei Animation’s Eiga Doraemon: Nobita no Ningyo Daikaisen, Yasuichiro Yamamoto and TMS Entertainment’s Detective Conan: The Lost Ship in The Sky, and Munehisa Sakai and Toei Animation’s One Piece Film Strong World. Continue reading