The animation world is mourning the loss of one of its giants.
Ghibli’s first international co-production is directed by “Father and Daughter” director Michael Dudok de Wit.
“Long Way North” will debut in the U.S. later this year.
Takahata claims he’s “too busy at work” to become a member of the organization that hands out the Oscars.
Audiences in LA and NY have voted with their wallets: they are ready for mature and intelligent feature animation.
Yonebayashi’s second feature “When Marnie Was There” arrives on Blu-ray next week.
Isaoo Takahata’s 1991 efort is the only Studio Ghibli film never to have receive a North American release.
Male artists and the Disney Company continue to dominate the Academy’s animation and vfx branches.
Acting instructor Ed Hooks explores the acting and performance in each of this year’s Oscar-nominated animation features.
“I do think that animation can have a language of its own, rather than simply mimicking live action.”
The Los Angeles Film Critics Association have just named Isao Takahata’s “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” as the top animated film of 2014
See Isao Takahata’s Oscar-contending “The Tale of the Princess Kaguya” in the following theaters this weekend.
This weekend the $50 million-budgeted Fox/Reel FX film “The Book of Life,” opened in the United States with an estimated $17 million.
GKIDS announced today that they have entered into a distribution agreement with Studio Ghibli for the North American rights to “The Tale of The Princess Kaguya,” the new film by 78-year-old director Isao Takahata.
Last month a Japanese TV crew traveled to Pixar where director Isao Takahata was treating the studio’s artists to a screening of his new Studio Ghibli film “The Story of Princess Kaguya.”
Studio Ghibli will release seventy-seven-year-old Isao Takahata’s new film, Kaguya-hime no Monogatari (The Story of Princess Kaguya), …
As reported by Anime News Network, documentary filmmaker Mami Sunada (Ending Note: Death of a Japanese Salaryman) is nearing completion …