I have a soft spot for Grave of the Fireflies from Studio Ghibli. The studio has branched since that tragedy anime. Studio Ghibli: The Complete Works celebrates the Japanese animation studio’s greatest works. It is more than animation, it is a work of art tugging at our hearts with great storytelling. This is one great way to introduce yourself to Studio Ghibli’s greatest stories. This is animation done the right way.
A beautiful, full-color dive into the history and future of Studio Ghibli, Japan’s preeminent animation house. In-depth looks at every one of their 26 feature films – including the latest, Earwig and the Witch – means there’s something for everyone, while exclusive interviews and rare director’s commentary plus behind-the-scenes tidbits will excite even the most devoted Ghibli aficionados. A gorgeous, stirring must-have for Studio Ghibli fans and newcomers alike!
From classics like Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind to the latest work, Earwig and the Witch, this beautiful art book introduces all 26 acclaimed Studio Ghibli films. Take a deep look into Ghibli’s first 3D feature film, Earwig and the Witch, with an exclusive interview with director Goro Miyazaki.
Founded in 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata, Studio Ghibli is the preeminent Japanese animation studio and one of the best-loved and most lauded animation houses in the world. Its films, including Princess Mononoke, My Neighbor Totoro, Howl’s Moving Castle, and Grave of the Fireflies, have won every film world award imaginable, including an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for 2001’s Spirited Away.