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The Studio Ghibli Retrospective: 'Tales From Earthsea'

The worst film to ever come out of Studio Ghibli thus far, I finally wrestle with Goro Miyazaki’s pretentious adaptation of the beloved Ursula K Le Guin novel series,  9 more words


Tales of Earthsea | Reflections

As much as we hate death, we also deny existence of life. Life on earth is like a flower that blooms and wilts as if it just yesterday.

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Despite Auds' Dedication to Hand-Drawn Animation, CG Is Slowly Making Inroads in Japan

The Japanese market loves homegrown hand-drawn animation: In 2013, six of the 10 top-earning domestic films were toons, with Hayao Miyazaki’s “The Wind Rises,” at $120 million, topping the list. 499 more words


Studio Ghibli’s First TV Series

Goro Miyazaki, who is the son of famed director Hayao Miyazaki, will direct the new anime series called Ronia the Robber’s Daughter.  It will be based on the children’s book of the same name by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren.


Satsuki and Mei’s House from Totoro in Real Life

by Martin Hsu | Originally posted at MartinHsu.com

Among all the amazing animated movies Studio Ghibli has produced, Totoro continues to be my personal favorite for a few reasons. 1,564 more words


From Up on Poppy Hill


Watched via fansubs/BD



PLOT: From Up on Poppy Hill takes a turn to the nostalgic by looking back fondly on the early years of the 1960s, prior to the 1964 Olympics. 2,773 more words


A Beginner's Guide to...Hayao Miyazaki

In a career spanning five decades, Hayao Miyazaki has transformed the genre of animation.  His ability to incorporate thematic depth and visual excellence into his features has inspired generations of audiences and marked him as one of the greatest animators of all time. 1,094 more words