This amazing movie Maru and Mari was created entirely by one high school student.
From falling cherry blossom leaves to a rabbit pounding mochi rice, these incredible slit animations are absolutely mesmerising.
The DIY project, complete with an embedded graphics tablet, is inspiring digital illustrators everywhere.
Director of the new animated film Moonlight Palace responds to allegations that his movie bears suspicious similarities to Ghibli’s masterpiece, Spirited Away.
The crowdfunding project has received huge support to assist new talent, who start out in the industry on notoriously low wages.
Watch 80s anime classics come to life in these amazing picture books created by a veteran anime artist when he was in high school.
Studio Ghibli proves they are still the masters of animation even without the esteemed Hayao Miyazaki at the helm.
Asahi: 3D films of Mario, Zelda, other games may be a few years away.
This delicately crafted story is ideal for viewers who want to change themselves for the better but just need to take that daunting first step.
The animation is set to air later this week ahead of the new game’s release—and you can watch a preview of it right here!
If you love cute things and anime, you must watch this GIF!
If you’ve seen all of these, then count yourself among the most elite of Ghibli otaku.
Preview leaves us wanting to see so much more of the planned series.
You’re gonna lose a lot of lives on this one…
Even though it was written 12 years ago, What Happens Before War still serves as a cautionary tale, and this brand new short film is helping to take it to a whole new generation.
This awesome-looking original mecha anime from Taiwan is killing it on the Asian equivalent of Kickstarter.
In an era of executions and forced suicides, this is one presentation you wouldn’t want to doze off in.
When we’re down in the dumps, there’s nothing like a cute animal to get us back in a good mood. While cats are the undisputed overlords of internet animal therapy, there’s one little bunny that’s bringing a smile to thousands of Twitter users in Japan with nothing but some adorable dancing skills and a pole.
It’s been 30 years since Studio Ghibli began producing the adorable characters, inspiring storylines and amazing animated scenes that we all know and love. The warmth of the animation house’s distinctive style has created worlds so captivating it’s almost as if our favourite characters might continue on their journey after the credits finish rolling to live in an alternate animated Ghibli universe alongside our own.
So what if there were a way to catch up with all our Ghibli friends to see how they’ve been getting along? Which stories would fans like to explore further, decades after they were originally created? If semi-retired director Hayao Miyazaki ever needed a reason to come back to making movies full-time, he might like to consider the following list of five Ghibli sequels Japanese moviegoers would most like to see.