By Mark Asch
Less a swansong and more a heronsong from the Japanese maestro Hayao Miyazaki, a mystical and ambitious message of hope for the future.
This summer’s most anticipated releases have taken wildly different – and arguably drastic – approaches to promotion. So which do fans prefer?
This spring, audiences unable to attend the Japanese production will behold the live-action magnificence of the radish spirit.
Japanese theaters will get the anime master's latest in June.
In an ambitious venture, we count down our favourite wholly-original feature films of the last two decades.
A.I., American Psycho and Bamboozled all make the final part of our list – but what will come out on top?
A copyright dispute around 1984’s ‘Sherlock Hound’ freed the Japanese animator to establish Studio Ghibli.
From Spirited Away to Ponyo, your screensavers and wallpapers will never be the same again.
The first and only film from Miyazaki protégé Yoshifumi Kondo stands among the studio’s best works.
Isao Takahata’s unrealised passion project was intended as a follow-up to Grave of the Fireflies.
Aya and the Witch tells the story of the smartest girl in the world and her hex-casting companion.
With the release of Studio Ghibli’s back catalogue on Netflix, we look back at one of their unsung greats.
By Zoe Crombie
Tomomi Mochizuki’s teenage love triangle drama is fascinating outlier in the studio’s catalogue.
Rejoice, Totoro fans: 21 of the Japanese animation studio’s feature films are headed your way.
By Ren Scateni
The radical ethics of Hayao Miyazaki’s fearless heroine still resonates today.
In the mid ’80s, the anime stable was struggling following back-to-back box office flops. All that changed with the arrival of a young witch.
The Japanese animation house continued a noble tradition by teasing a fake upcoming sequel.