“I have a kind of fascination with things that have gotten out of control,” says Kabuki. “It’s animalistic and erotic.”
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…
Kenji Iwaisawa made his award-winning film for one tenth of a normal anime feature’s budget. He tells us how he did it.
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.
Ghibli’s former international chief recounts colorful anecdotes about Hayao Miyazaki, Harvey Weinstein, Martin Scorsese, and others.