The city of Mitaka in Tokyo has so far raised over $200,000 via crowdfunding to help Ghibli Museum stay afloat following revenue loss from the pandemic.
Studio Ghibli recently released a series of wallpapers inspired by movies that fans can use as backgrounds for their video calls.
The wallpapers, which were released on April 13, are intended to be used for virtual video chats.
Studio Ghibli movies such as “Kiki’s Delivery Service,” “Spirited Away” and “Howl’s Moving Castle” are coming to Netflix starting Feb. 1, but the films will only be available in selected regions outside the United States.
The Studio Ghibli library will be available for subscribers in the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America, according to Cartoon Brew. The library will be subtitled in 28 languages and dubbed in 20 languages.
Studio Ghibli has welcomed the new year with a bang after it announced two new movies that are being produced in 2020.
The iconic Japanese animation studio made the announcement on Jan. 1 as part of its annual New Year’s message, according to I-D Vice.
A haunting hidden object was found in Studio Ghibli’s “Grave of the Fireflies” Japanese poster decades after the film was first released in theaters.
The discovery happened when fans re-visited some of Isao Takahata’s works after his passing in 2018, including the late director’s 1988 film “Grave of the Fireflies,” which is regarded as one of the saddest movies ever made, Kotaku reported.
A highly anticipated anime film, “Children of the Sea,” merges the creative talents of a Studio Ghibli composer and an eclectic director has fans buzzing after a new trailer dropped this week.
The new movie comes from anime house Studio 4°C, which adapted it from the manga of the same title that ran from 2006 to 2011.
A trailer for a live-action adaptation of Hayao Miyazaki’s “Nausicaä” came out of the blue on YouTube, exciting fans of what many regard as one of the greatest animated films ever made.
The trailer comes from Brazilian director Chris Tex, an avid fan of Miyazaki’s work who sets to release the non-profit film after four long years of production.
Studio Ghibli, the legendary production team behind some of the most memorable anime in all of cinematic history, is on the hunt for a new digital artist.View this post on Instagram
Nagasaki has showcased its otherworldly beauty once again through its annual lantern festival, which looks like it came straight out of Studio Ghibli’s “Spirited Away” movie.
2年前、長崎の祖母のお葬式の帰りに行きました 水面に移ってるのも幻想的ですよね💗 pic.twitter.com/UaG72UyLbY
“My Neighbor Totoro” became a massive commercial success in China when it finally reached Chinese cinemas three decades after its first release in Japan.
Released to critical acclaim in Japan in 1988 and in the United States in 1993, the cinematic masterpiece from legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki officially made it to China on December 14.
Anime is making its return at the Academy Awards this year with the nomination of director Mamoru Hosoda’s film “Mirai” for the “Best Animated Feature Oscar.”
Hosoda, the visionary filmmaker behind “The Girl Who Leapt Through Time,” “Wolf Children,” and “The Boy and the Beast,” among others, has achieved something remarkable; Mirai is the first ever non-Studio Ghibli anime to be nominated.
“My Neighbor Totoro,” which was first released in theaters in 1988, recently took the Chinese box office by storm finishing second place right after the James Wan-directed live-action DC movie “Aquaman.”