What a magnificent one-of-a-kind animated film. The Red Turtle is animated film from director Michael Dudok de Wit, produced by the legendary Studio Ghibli with Isao Takahata involved as an artistic consultant, even though the animation was finished in France. Show More Summary
Co-produced by Studio Ghibli with Wild Bunch and Why Not, director Michaël Dudok de Wit’s first feature length film is about a castaway who meets a magical giant red turtle. If you don’t want any spoilers, we suggest you watch only the first 45 seconds of the trailer.
Today we present the trailer of the upcoming French-Japanese animated film directed, The Red Turtle, directed by Michaël Dudok de Wit in his feature film debut. Co-produced between Wild Bunch and Studio Ghibli, the film tells the story of a man who tries to escape from a deserted island and battles a giant turtle, that […]
The latest from Studio Ghibli, still reconfiguring itself since Hayao Miyazaki’s retirement, offers a very promising look toward the studio’s future. The Red Turtle, by animator Michaël Dudok de Wit, is Ghibli’s first co-production; it has no dialogue, but is filled with gorgeously simple, hand-drawn images. Read more...
My goodness this looks absolutely wonderful. Studio Ghibli has unveiled a trailer for the animated movie The Red Turtle, which they collaborated on during the storyboard and development phase (animation was finished mostly in France). Show More Summary
Studio Ghibli’s The Red Turtle is set to premiere in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival which is currently underway in France. The Red Turtle, or La tortue rouge as it’s titled internationally, tells the storyShow More Summary
The first trailer for the Studio Ghibli, Why Not Productions, and Wild Bunch co-production The Red Turtle (or La Tortue rouge) is out, and promises a style and story that we haven't quite seen in Ghibli before.
These immersive experiences let you dive into worlds of Miyazaki/Studio Ghibli magic.
If you ever wanted to explore Howl's Moving Castle, now's your chance. That's assuming you own a virtual reality headset, that is. A scene from it, dubbed "The Meadow," is available for folks using Oculus Rift and HTC Vive right now....Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Spirited Away isn't just an amazing animated movie by Japan's Studio Ghibli. It is a good tagline for virtual reality at its best. A collaboration between the two is long overdue — because if ever there was a cinematic world we'd love the chance to walk around in for a minute, it's the one rendered in Ghibli's lush, vibrant animation. Show More Summary
Fire Panda has worked on a three-part demo for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive virtual reality headsets. The demos include the ability to walk through various popular scenes from Studio Ghibli's animes, including My Neighbor Totoro.Click To Continue Reading
Courtesy of a UK studio called Fire Panda, they have recreated memorable scenes and areas from three Studio Ghibli anime movies via virtual reality.
For the past couple of years, British studio Fire Panda have been working on something that might just sell a few VR headsets to those not currently interested in games: small virtual tours through some of Studio Ghibli’s most famous movies. Read more...
Inspired by CG+’s Star Wars: Reimagined contest (which we’ve already covered, and which he missed out on entering), artist Lap Pun Cheung has drawn a few images of his own taking the galaxy far, far away and injecting it up to its eyeballs with Studio Ghibli’s aesthetic. Read more...
YOU SAY PARTY just released a new music video for their song “Underside”. The video was directed by Jeremy Rubier and was shot entirely in Japan. The inspiration for the video is Studio Ghibli & Hayao Miyazaki (My Neighbour Totoro, Spirited Away, Ponyo). Watch below: Posted by @adamahaha
The Canadian indie-pop veterans explore Japan for a fantastical travelogue.
Disneyland’s soaring annual ticket prices might be worth it as the park will finally bring Toy Story to life at Disney Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL. In addition, rumors have surfaced about the Ghibli Studio Classic My Neighbor Totoro getting a ride of its very own. Show More Summary
Intriguing Headline of the Day: The Great Barrier Reef’s Best Hope is a Killer Robot It doesn't happen often, but sometimes you get a really good picture of everyone. An artist gave some popular Studio Ghibli characters an art nouveau...Show More Summary
If you've just seen the trailer for the new, Japan-originated Godzilla movie, Godzilla Resurgence, you might have been surprised to find that none other than Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi are collaborating on the film. That's not entirely...Show More Summary
From 'Kill Bill' to Studio Ghibli, Markus Prime relates to film's the most culture-spanning characters by drawing them with dark skin and kinky hair.