The creators of the “Ghibliotheque” podcast will explore Kon’s films and series across six episodes.
The festival is set to take place next March in California.
In his four features and one TV series, the late anime director Satoshi Kon developed a unique style of cutting and editing, says Tony Zhou in a new video essay.
Beginning next Thursday and continuing through January 25, the American Cinematheque in Los Angeles will present the film series “Animation for Adults.”
Montreal, July 6, 2012. The art of animation in its many forms and disciplines has always had a strong place at Fantasia. This year, the …
Satoshi Kon passed away in Tokyo on Tuesday. He was 46–and in the middle of directing a new film, The Dream Machine. Kon was one of a …