Hayao Miyazaki

‘Radio Ghibli’ with iconic Ghibli soundtracks

March 22, 2017

For anyone who is in love with Studio Ghibli films must have memories of its lovable characters, scenic landscape, humane stories and also its soulful music. You pick up any Ghibli movie, there is extraordinary songs and music complementing the storyline of the films. So, would not it be amazing to get all the mesmerizing […]

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Whisper of the Heart (2006) – Written by Hayao Miyazaki

November 27, 2016

Whisper of the Heart in Japanese Mimi wo Sumaseba, which literally means If You Listen Closely, tells the story of Shizuku Tsukishima, a junior-high school student who is struggling to find out who she is. The movie takes you on a journey through her imagination and daily life as she makes decisions that will ultimately […]

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Children Who Chase Lost Voices (2011)

November 26, 2016

Well, I found multiple titles for the film, including the Japanese ‘Hoshi wo Ou Kodomo’, Children who Chase Lost Voices from Deep Below and ‘Journey to Agartha’. This 2011-released Japanese animated film is directed by Makoto Shinkai who draws his inspiration from none other than the acclaimed film director, animator and masterful storyteller Hayao Miyazaki. Shinkai […]

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Hayao Miyazaki to return for the last time

November 15, 2016

Acclaimed Japanese film director and anime master Hayao Miyazaki will very soon return from his retirement for the last time to direct Studio Ghibli’s next. Back in 2013, the brain behind the films, such as My Neighbor Totoro and Spirited Away, had announced his retirement from feature length movies. However, it seems the Oscar-winning director […]

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Studio Ghibli back in action with The Red Turtle [TRAILER]

April 25, 2016

  Studio Ghibli, the eminent Japanese animation film studio is back to produce films with The Red Turtle (La tortue rouge to be released on Sep, 2016). The film which set to be premiered at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival is directed by Dutch filmmaker Michael Dudok de Wit and written by French screenwriter Pascale Ferran. […]

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