The beloved anime studio is making hundreds of high-resolution frames from its films available for download.
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.
Before 2016, Isao Takahata’s Only Yesterday was considered the “lost” Ghibli film.
Takahata’s genius lay in his effortless ability to portray the mundane — something not often associated with the motion-focused energy of animation.
This week’s Simpsons episode contains a minute-and-a-half long homage to the retiring Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki and his Studio Ghibli.
Out across the pond, there’s an art fair going on. Only slightly overshadowed by the Ai Weiwei Turbine Hall installation debacle, London’s Frieze Art Fair has been soldiering on nonetheless to bring collectors to the art, and vice versa. We’ve combed over the internet to bring you some impressions of the fair, the quality of the work on display, and the possibility of a newly invigorated market. Optimism still hasn’t frozen over!