“I’m a silly human being,” says the artist.
Ghibli re-releases are dominating the box office in Japan.
The anime studio is rising from the ashes.
The studio behind “Promare” and “Little Witch Academia” had abused a labor law, paying staff a fixed wage irrespective of hours worked.
Are you ready for a Japanese musical period piece about a cursed theater performer and a blind lute player?
They’re quite a departure from the studio’s house style…
The feature, an adaptation of Jiro Taniguchi’s famed manga, was presented as a work in progress at Annecy.
Ever-reliable animation distributor GKIDS has acquired North American distribution rights to the indie Japanese animated feature On-Gaku: …
Kenji Iwaisawa made his award-winning film for one tenth of a normal anime feature’s budget. He tells us how he did it.
Having established itself as a major player in indie shorts, the French company is now charging into feature production.
Wan spotlights sublime cuts in shows ranging from “Naruto” to “Devilman Crybaby.”
Is the festival warming up to animation at last?
A twist: it may not come to cinemas at all.
Ghibli’s former head of international speaks about the studio’s awkward relationship with Disney — and much more — ahead of the release of his memoir.
“Black Jack” and the 1980 remake “Astroboy” are among the titles launching on the free streaming service Retrocrush.
Ghibli’s former international chief recounts colorful anecdotes about Hayao Miyazaki, Harvey Weinstein, Martin Scorsese, and others.
A mythological feature that’s also about the coronavirus. A game in which you do sit-ups underneath a dog. A short film about mescaline. These projects are pretty wild.
“Sol Levante” is a technical experiment that explores new production pipelines for anime.
Japan’s favorite gentleman thief returns in his first cg outing.