Now playing at MoMA’s Doc Fortnight, the exciting documentary chronicles the Japanese women’s volleyball team’s path to victory at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
The beloved anime studio is making hundreds of high-resolution frames from its films available for download.
At turns disturbing, darkly humorous, and deeply heartfelt, Paranoia Agent exemplifies everything people love about Satoshi Kon’s work, and why fans still miss him nearly a decade after his death
Ride Your Wave, the latest from prolific anime director Masaaki Yuasa, offers a comforting and serene approach to loss.
Makoto Shinkai’s new feature Weathering with You entreats the world to pay attention to the climate emergency, as constant rainfall is interpreted as punishment from the gods.
Released 40 years ago this Sunday, Cagliostro established Miyazaki as a notable talent. Much like his latest film, The Wind Rises, it reflects the director’s changing attitudes towards the animation industry.
Anime’s Human Machines at the Barbican Centre offers a variety of perspectives on humanity, technology, and whether the soul can exist between machines and humans.
Promare is an ideal introduction to the burning, creative, unwavering, and sometimes illogical soul of Studio Trigger.
No terrorist attack could diminish the deeply personal work of Kyoto Animation, a firm that has always championed the sophisticated storytelling of its women animators.
Neon Genesis Evangelion, a massively successful Japanese television series with a wide influence and divisive plot, is now on Netflix.
For this month’s streaming recommendations, we’ve gathered a selection of animated films, many of which are out of print and only available online.
Takahata’s genius lay in his effortless ability to portray the mundane — something not often associated with the motion-focused energy of animation.