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From Up On Poppy Hill

(Check out my previous Ghibli essay here: Tales From Earthsea)

Goro Miyazaki’s first outing as a director for Studio Ghibli in 2006 was unfortunate. He produced the only uncontroversially bad film in the studio’s output and left the only true black mark in its history with  1,125 more words


Tales From Earthsea

(Check out my prior Ghibli essay here: The Cat Returns)

Ursula Le Guin’s fantasy cycle ‘Earthsea’ is a six-volume series set in a high fantasy atmosphere on par, at least, with Tolkien’s Middle Earth. 1,598 more words


Ronja: The Robber's Daughter (TV) - "A refreshing style and an interesting story"

Studio Ghibli has always been renowned for its cinematic animated movies. The scale of Howl’s Moving Castle and scope of Spirited Away can be appreciated best on the big screen. 579 more words


Ghibli reveals genre of Hayao Miyazaki’s next anime, and that it’s also working on new CG film

“Ghibli will continue making movies,” veteran producer vows as Miyazaki returns to the genre that made him a legend. 482 more words


Hayao Miyazaki’s latest comeback is so that he can leave an anime behind for his grandson

76-year-old anime legend wants the film to be his legacy after he moves on to the next world. 434 more words


From Up on Poppy Hill - Second Times the Charm

Ah the second film of Goro Miyazaki. I feel kind of bad that out of the two experience’s you can have with Goro as a director of a Ghibli film one of them is Tales from Earthsea. 1,715 more words