Zoe concludes her Studio Ghibli retrospective in Part Two
Zoe examines the evolution of Studio Ghibli in the first of two features
"I was quoting on the innate musical connection from our folk traditions, even though we're 6,000 miles across the ocean from each other." Interview with American Factory Composer Chad Cannon
Baz Greenland chats to composer Chad Cannon about his work on American Factory and his wider work in Asian American music.
Isao Takahata's, The Tale of the Princess Kaguya comes to Blu-ray from StudioCanal.
The beloved Studio Ghibli classic makes its Blu debut in the U.S. courtesy of Disney
Studio Ghibli take on Mary Norton's classic tale of little people on blu-ray...
Hayao Miyazaki's magical epic hits blu-ray. John is your guide...
Hayao Miyazaki’s first masterpiece comes to UK Blu-ray in October...
Hayao Miyazaki's latest is one of his greatest. Out now on UK BD.
This epic, magnificent film has now been released as part of Optimum's Studio Ghibli collection but in spite of the riches of the film, the DVD is something of a disappointment...
Roger Ebert calls it, "One of the most beloved of all family films" and he's not wrong as Hayao Miyazaki takes us on a flight of fancy with two lonely young girls and three woodland creatures of very different sizes...
Hayao Miyazaki's latest masterpiece, <i>Howl's Moving Castle</i>, arrives on DVD in North America courtesy of Buena Vista. Michael Mackenzie has reviewed this 2-disc Region 1 release, which features an impressive transfer and thoroughly satisfying English and Japanese audio options.
Anthony Nield takes a look at Optimum's forthcoming Region 2 release of <i>Howl's Moving Castle</i> which sees the film getting the two-disc special edition treatment and a rather fine transfer to boot.
Anthony Nield takes a look at another of Optimum's Region 2 Studio Ghibli releases, 1988's delightful <i>My Neighbour Totoro</i>. The film comes in fine condition, and much better than other Optimum Ghibli discs, but are we getting it in the correct ratio?
Anthony Nield takes a look at another of Optimum's Region 2 Ghibli titles, in this case 1986's <i>Laputa: Castle in the Sky</i>, famed for being the first official Studio Ghibli venture.