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Book Review: The Art of Princess Mononoke

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This is a belated but welcome translation by publisher Viz Media of the original Japanese artbook The Art of The Princess Mononoke—もののけ姫. Princess Mononoke and and the...

Miyazaki and Hasui Prints

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Hayao Miyazaki / Japanese Complete Set (12 Prints) Inspired by the works of Japanese print artist Kawase Hasui, this set of 12 prints bring to...

Ghibli’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind Being Adapted for...

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Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind, legendary animator and director Hayao Miyazaki’s 1984 anime masterpiece, will be seen on stage as a kabuki...

Studio Ghibli is BACK!

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When Hayao Miyazaki retired in 2013, animators from Japan's beloved Studio Ghibli set up their own studios. Then Miyazaki came back out of retirement... Robert Ito looks at what may...

Myers-Briggs Personality Types Of Studio Ghibli Characters

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You can find Studio Ghibli’s influence just about anywhere you look in anime, and for good reason too. Films like Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke, The Castle In...

Los Angeles film museum to open with show on Studio Ghibli...

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Nearly a century after the idea was first floated, a museum dedicated to the magic of cinema is finally set to open in Los...

Ponyo Wallpaper HD

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Every Studio Ghibli film ranked in order of greatness

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A celebration of the most magical animation studio in the world Since 1985, Studio Ghibli have been the world’s primary exporter of Japanese animation. Though...

Interview: Studio Ghibli Key Animator Hiroshi Shimizu

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It isn't often you're given the chance to sit down and talk to someone like Hiroshi Shimizu. As a key animator, his work spans virtually...

Why I think everyone should grow up on Studio Ghibli, not...

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Everyone should grow up watching Ghibli, but, if you didn’t, it’s not too late to start now. Every young girl has watched a Disney film at...

‘A full English every morning’: How UK food and weather inspires...

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Clouds in Britain were very different from Japanese clouds,” says director Hiromasa Yonebayashi. “They seemed very close and they went on forever. They really stirred...
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