A new TV series from Japanese studio, Bones, and indie manga artist, One, pushes graphic experimentation in anime.
One of Japan’s biggest film hits of 2015 is headed to U.S. theaters.
Yonebayashi’s second feature “When Marnie Was There” arrives on Blu-ray next week.
The rarely-seen 42-year-old classic will be distributed theatrically and on Blu-Ray.
Isaoo Takahata’s 1991 efort is the only Studio Ghibli film never to have receive a North American release.
The film will enter the list of top ten anime releases of all-time in the United States.
The films of the legendary Japanese filmmaker will be screened in Switzerland over the next couple months.
In October, Sunrise will spin off the storied mecha anime franchise when “Iron-Blood Orphans” touches down in Japan.
“There’s nothing inherently wrong or right about a method, whether it be pencil drawings or 3-D CG,” Miyazaki says.
Studio 4°C and Ankama’s kinetic adaptation of the French comics hit arrives 2017 in France.