The "airport" festival at New Chitose Airport in Japan opens again its doors for entries.
The latest offering from Studio Ghibli is sweet and good-natured, but it doesn't match its previous achievements.
The new Studio Ghibli feature by studio co-founder Isao Takahata will have a qualifying US theatrical run on October 17, 2014 to qualify for the 2015 Academy 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.
Colorful by Keiichi Hara makes the soul incarnation issue a tale of moral transformation, and is daring enough to visualize both sides of the moral coin.
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.
A Letter to Momo by the Japanese director Hiroyuki Okiuru offers a compelling portrait of a young child in distress.
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.