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info@studioghiblimovies.com

We aim to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours, however this could be longer during peak times.


14 Responses to Contact Us

  1. Hello!

    I’m a big fan of Miyazaki and studio Ghibli’s work and I can’t express how deeply the movies affect me. I’m a 19 year old kid from New York, pursuing acting, arts. I know that Miyazaki is making one last film How Do You Live that should be coming out soon and if there’s a tiniest chance that I could audition for the english version of the film I would love to play my luck. I want to be involved with this amazing creation.

    Best!

  2. Love watching Voice online !

  3. Matthias Quabbe says:

    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I am writing to you on behalf of the “Theater an der Parkaue”, a theatre for children and teenagers in Berlin (Germany). Our theatre has a very long tradition in working with literature, movies, fairy tales and other, as material to produce a theatre play, and is very well know in Germany and Europe.

    We would now like to work with “Watashi wa Shingo” by Kazuo Umezu. As far as we know, the publishing rights are at Shogakukan publishing house, but we have difficulties to make contact with them. Since Ghibli Studios is in the same business, we hope that you can maybe give us advice, who we could contact to find out where to write to or call. We would be very greatful for your help.

    Sincerely,

    Matthias Quabbe

  4. John Alvarez says:

    Why aren’t the movie have Spanish dialogue. My family Bought the movie Kiki‘s delivery service with Spanish speaking dialogue I’m just questioning why isn’t rest of the movie collections in Spanish dialogue as well. My mother fell in love with Kiki’s delivery service and then princess Mononoke she love how you guys work so she’s just questions why isn’t it also allowing her to choose Spanish Dialogue?

  5. Alaka L. says:

    Could you please make more movies like Spirited away so we can watch it during quarantine?

  6. shrijith says:

    I have watched ‘My Neighbour Totoro’, “Princess Mononoke’, ‘Spirited Away’ and ‘Porco Rosso’

    You guys are the best!!!!!

  7. Dear Sir, Madam,

    Thank you for all your dedicated productions ! I especially enjoy them with Netflix now.

    We are a French & Japanese team building a high quality sound book in wood, inspired by Japanese culture. We know that sometimes Totoro music is included in some sound book in Japan. Generally it is a cover, or reintepretation of this beautiful music.

    Could you inform me in what extend it is possible to use Ghibli’s music or reinterpretation in such a sound book ?

    Thanks in advance.

    Philippe Hoang

  8. Jakub Spevák says:

    Dear Studio Ghibli,

    we are the International Festival of Animation Fest Anča (https://www.festanca.sk/2020/en/) and we are interested in screening Kaze no tani no Nausicaa (1984) at our festival in Slovakia.

    Could you please inform me about your conditions regarding the screening and available formats?
    We are not able to screen DCP.

    Looking forward to your reply.

    All the best,
    Jakub Spevák

  9. Ash says:

    Hi! Has there ever been a secret 30 second end clip where Chihiro and Haku meet again?
    It would be the best news ever right now…

    Tha k yiu in advance

  10. Hello,

    If you accept guest posts, how much would you charge? What kind of content would you accept?

    Stephen

  11. Queenie says:

    Hi I hope you’ll make the sequel of Howl’s koving castle, Castle in the air.

  12. Lachlan Anthony says:

    hello I’m a year 12 student from Australia and I was wondering if I could use some of the instrumentals from your film’s for my multi media major work for school. I will not publish the video I’m using it for on YouTube or any public platform. I haven’t finalized what song I’ll choose and if you wish, I can put you in the credits of my film.

    Thanks

  13. Helen Rickard says:

    Hey I have been recently watching your movies at the request of my boyfriend who loves them. He is fascinated by the art style and I was wondering if at a cost you could draw him in the style of the movie Ponyo? It’s our favorite. Thank you so much for your time. Email me back if you can with the cost.

  14. Gökalp Ergenekon says:

    Hello,

    I love Hayao Miyazaki’s movies. They are all so meaningful and make the life seem so bonding and fated. I honestly believe that we are all connected in ways we cannot image. I read an article recently which said that Mr. Miyazaki said that he picked the wrong line of work. I am not sure if its right or not, but I know that he has touched many peoples’ hearth. I met my girlfriend at a Starbucks, and it was a pretty normal day for her and for me it was one of my up times. I didn’t realize up until the time we broken up that I have literally sang a song thinking of her for months and every moment we have spent together was like magic. We are still together figuring out how to love each other better and Miyazaki’s movies really remind me that high achievements and storng love comes from appreciation, commitment, respect, calmness, and protection. Almost all of his main characters have a deep understanding of the word and the feeling the urge to protect and grow within each other.

    I just wanted to say these words as a appreciation for your work. You are my girlfriend’s one and only anime artist and I love a lot of anime, so you also connected us in that sense as well. Deeply thank you.

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