Ghibli co-founder explains how he’d feel if Makoto Shinkai’s film passed his studio’s Spirited Away.
Why is Studio Ghibli located in Koganei? Why are there two girls in My Neighbour Totoro? When will Miyazaki’s next film be released? Toshio Suzuki answered all these questions and more at an event last night in Tokyo.
Producer of Spirited Away and The Wind Rises wants to make exhibit as accessible as possible, offers partial rebates to advance ticket purchasers.
On September 11, director Mamoru Oshii of Ghost in the Shell fame questioned Toshio Suzuki, general manager and long-time producer of Studio Ghibli films, in regards to the future of the beloved animation studio. Mr. Suzuki’s comments over the last month or so have been ambiguously vague, to the frustration of anxious fans everywhere. However, this latest exchange seems to have at least produced a new detail in the future of company, as Mr. Suzuki all but confirmed that the studio will be undergoing some restructuring, regardless of the future of its production division.