Shinichiro Watanabe’s singular ’90s show is yet another classic anime that should be left well alone.
Mamoru Hosoda returns with a charming time-bending tale about two siblings.
This French-Japanese anime from directors Guillaume Renard and Shoujirou Nishimi is a twisted joyride.
By Anton Bitel
Third Window Films are releasing two Animerama series films from Astro Boy creator Osamu Tezuka.
This delightful Japanese anime is one of the highlights of this year’s Directors’ Fortnight programme.
There’s shades of Spirited Away and Kiki’s Delivery Service in this charming animation from Studio Ponoc.
By Giacomo Lee
Patlabor 2 and other classic-era sci-fi show the past, present and future of Japan’s capital.
Despite some initial promise, this striking looking anime from director Akiyuki Shinbô quickly fizzles out.
By Matt Turner
Rare works from Satoshi Kon and Osamu Tezuka were presented at this year’s festival.
Satoshi Kon’s cult anime contains a vital message for modern audiences.
This entertaining animated adventure imagines a near-future powered by machines.
This Japanese anime from Sunao Katabuchi doesn’t quite reach the dizzy heights of Studio Ghibli.
Rare shorts from 1917 to 1941 are now streaming in celebration of 100 years of anime.
All the slick CG in the galaxy can’t save this mind-numbing sci-fi noir starring Scarlett Johansson as a femme cyborg.
By Greg Evans
In Mamoru Oshii’s classic anime, characters seek individuality within an increasingly artificial society.
By Jack Godwin
Sunao Katabuchi’s wartime drama follows a young girl in Hiroshima circa 1945.
By Anton Bitel
Metropolis, Rintaro’s 2001 manga spin-off, is coming to DVD.