The Yeon Sang-Ho urban thriller is now available to watch -and be impressed.
A feature film about kids and dogs, without ordinary kids and dogs.
Yeon Sang-ho's third feature is no less fierce and violent as his The King of Pigs and The Fake efforts, and wholeheartedly artistic at the same time.
The latest offering from Studio Ghibli is sweet and good-natured, but it doesn't match its previous achievements.
Mizuho Nishikubo's film is a breathtaking drama (but somewhat overbearing) on children and the WWII war.
English clips from the Oscar-nominated Hayao Miyazaki film.
Studio Ghibli's co-founder and animation director Takahata Isao directs his new feature film, Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. Watch the first six minutes of the film.
The only animated film to enter the official competition programme of the 70th Venice Film Festival is Miyazaki's new film, Kaze Tachinu (The Wind Rises).
The Wolf Children Ame and Yuki by Mamoru Hosoda is a well-studied, but lifeless experiment on identity and the motive of the feral child.
The dramatic A Letter to Momo by Hiroyuki Okiura won the Best Animated Feature award at the 6th Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
BFI London Film Festival will screen the latest Mamoru Hosoda (Summer Wars) film, Wolf Children.Watch the English trailer below.
From Up on Poppy Hill is deeply rooted in Japanese traditions -in fact, so deeply that it almost suffocates.
Children Who Chase Lost Voices by Makoto Shinkai is a rich journey into the world of dead, full of adventure - but leaves much to be sensed about life and the role of humans within.
The new film by the Japanese Masayuki Kojima and Madhouse presents a clearly defined story of responsibility (and soemtimes true love) between a boy and a dog.
The Japanese director and animator Keiichi Sato presents a rather dark new anime, Asura. Watch the trailer.
The independent US distributor GKids is ready to release the English-dubbed version of the Studio Ghibli film, From Up on Poppy Hill, in March 2013.
A Letter to Momo by the Japanese director Hiroyuki Okiuru offers a compelling portrait of a young child in distress.
Forget Miyazaki! (if you can) Here comes the first 3D, CGI feature film from Japan, directed by Takashi Yamazaki.
Studio Ghibli, the birthplace of Miyazaki's films, presents an animated film based on a British fantasy novel.
Goro Miyazaki is the son of Hayo Miyazaki (Spirited away, Ponyo). He makes his own animated film.