Nintendo just unveiled its latest installment in the Legend of Zelda franchise: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The former Studio Ghibli producer, Yoshiaki Nishimura, recently made a comment in an interview that he thought women were unable to direct fantasy themed anime. Obviously seeing the error of his ways, he has since apologized.
The Guardian asked movie producer Yoshiaki Nishimura if Studio Ghibli would ever employ a woman director. His reply, published last week, drew widespread criticism. This week, Nishimura has apologized. Read more...
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In a really quite bizarre interview, both director Hiromasa Yonebashi and producer Yoshiaki Nishimura talk about their work at Studio Ghibli. However, Nishimura thinks that women are too practically minded to direct fantasy themed anime, which is both strange and disappointing.
Producer Yoshiaki Nishimura, who worked on films like Howl's Moving Castle, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, and When Marnie Was There recently spoke to The Guardian about Studio Ghibli, and one quote about the studio's lack of female directors has been making rounds on social media and different sites.
A gaming company called Secret Sorcery Towers has revealed that its lovely-looking Tethered will be one of the launch titles for Sony's Playstation VR. The company says it was influenced by Studio Ghibli animated films, and the game certainly has a delightfully quirky look, judging by the (pre-alpha) video, below. Show More Summary
I know for a fact that many of you guys simply adore anything that comes from Studio Ghibli, and today, Amazon is offering eight super popular movies on Blu-Ray from the studio for just $14.99 (43% Off!) –My Neighbor Totoro (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo) – $26.50 14.99 (43% Off) –Howl’s Moving Castle (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo) – […]
The Witcher 3's final (and biggest) expansion, Blood & Wine, is now out. If you need me for the next month, that’s where I’ll be. To celebrate, here’s a Studio Ghibli-inspired crossover piece by Lap Pun Cheung, who is very good at this sort of thing. Read more...
Celebrated animator Makiko Futaki passed away at 57 on May 13th, following what The Hollywood Reporter describes as an "unspecified illness." Now, she's being remembered for her contributions to countless mold-breaking films.
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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