This largely nonverbal animated French-Belgian-Japanese coproduction, from Studio Ghibli, the home of Hayao Miyazaki, flirts with eco-mysticism.
Fans of Studio Ghibli will want to add this one to their Amazon Prime watch list now. The 26-episode animated series about the adventures of a thief’s daughter premiered in Japan in 2014, but is getting its US translated debut on 1/27/17, narrated by Gillian Anderson.
Awesome things happen when heavy snow falls on Japan. Bored Panda is collecting photos of wonderful snow sculptures people have made of their favorite characters from Studio Ghibli movies, Pokémon, Peanuts, and more. These are some of our favorites. Show More Summary
Kimi no Na Wa (Your Name) was released last year to critical acclaim all over the world. Since its release, it has risen to become the 3rd highest grossing film ever released in Japan where it earned an estimated $192.5 million. The worldwide box office take for Kimi no Na Wa has reached $290 million […]
While the animation style is definitely different from the hand-drawn look we're used to from the Japanese studio, it's not hard to see many of Ghibli's themes in the trailer.
When it comes to anime, one of the most reputable studios in Japan is the famed, Studio Ghibli. Studio Ghibli is responsible for some of the greatest animated films ever made outside the United States. My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, and Spirited Away are only a few examples this studio’s magnificent lineup, and fans […]
The best anime arthouse in the business is back!
The story follows Ronja, a young girl whose father is the chief of a tribe of bandits. The live in a huge castle in the forest with the bandits. In this story Ronja encounters mystical creatures as she explores and experiences life in the forest. Show More Summary
Gillian Anderson will narrate the 26-episode series "Ronja, the Robber's Daughter."
The best anime arthouse in the business is back! The post Studio Ghibli TV Series ‘Ronja’ Set to Premiere on Amazon Prime appeared first on Geek.com.
Gor? Miyazaki clearly takes after his father.
The animated series will premiere on Prime Video on January 27 in the US and UK The post Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter Trailer for New Studio Ghibli Series appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Studio Ghibli fans who don’t have an Amazon Prime account may want to get on that. Later this month, the studio’s animated show Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter comes to the streaming service. Read more...
If there’s one thing you can count on when there’s a never-ending feud between two parties, it’s that the children of those two parties will find a way to put aside their differences and become best friends—or at least that’s how it always works in fiction. Show More Summary
Though Hayao Miyazaki celebrated his 76th birthday last week, the Japanese director and co-founder of Studio Ghibli is most known for the buoyantly childlike yet worldly spirit in many of his iconic films. From fantastical romps like My Neighbor Totoro and Ponyo to more somber meditations like Nausicaä of the...
Studio Ghibli has consistently created the most compelling animated films I have ever seen, in part due to their immersive realism. Despite the fantasy and magic, Ghibli’s films consistently feel tactile and realistic. In this video essay, we explore how Studio Ghibli consistently achieves immersive realism in their films. Show More Summary
An examination of the efficacy of Miyazaki’s worldbuilding. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »
Tofugu (where my wife Carla is exec editor) has a great article about the 20 best anime movies not made by Studio Ghibli (Totoro, Spirited Away). https://youtu.be/xGOneMdjpw4 19. REDLINE Often times, "anime" is defined by its lack of motion. Show More Summary
From the director of When Marrie Was There and Arrietty.
Our reviewers weigh in with lists of little seen movies from the past year. “Only Yesterday”: Made in 1991 but finally released in America this year, this Studio Ghibli gem is a lovely ode to the female adolescent experience. Isao Takahata’s animated drama revels in memories big and small with...