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Twitter / tcarmody: Inside each of us is a little ...
"Inside each of us is a little boy, a shy, lovesick girl with a curse, a demon made of fire, and a shape-shifting wizard with no heart."
timcarmody  2010  twitter  hayaomiyazaki  multitudes  miyazaki  howl'smovingcastle 
february 2014 by robertogreco
Edward Copeland on Film: When a Cartoon Aimed to Be Art
"In honor of the 70th anniversary of Walt Disney’s Fantasia, film critic Matt Zoller Seitz watched and discussed the film with his daughter, Hannah, age 13. The format was somewhat less than ideal — an old VHS cassette that hadn’t been touched in more than a decade — but it was enough to jog dad’s memory. However, the authors did not expect that peculiarities of the format would complicate the project; more on that in a moment."
film  waltdisney  fantasia  conversation  art  edwardcopeland  mattzollerseitzhistory  tv  television  disney  culture  miyazaki  parenting 
november 2010 by robertogreco
This Studio Ghibli Game Continues To Dazzle - Studio Ghibli - Kotaku
"Studio Ghibli, the animation studio behind classic anime like My Neighbor Totoro and Kiki's Delivery Service, is making a Nintendo DS game title Ni no Kuni with Fukuoka-based developer Level-5. It is Studio Ghibli's first venture into video games.
miyazaki  sudioghibli  games  gaming  nintendods  ds  nintendo  edg  srg  ninokuni 
april 2010 by robertogreco
Totoro Forest Project
"A fund raising exhibition/auction to support the National Trust Totoro Forest Foundation established by Oscar award winning filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, featuring original art created by internationally acclaimed artists in the fields of animation, comic bo
glvo  totoro  illustration  art  environment  japan  activism  charity  arts  forests  ecology  miyazaki  trees  nature  comics  animation  manga 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Click opera - Notes on Fujimori
"This sensitivity and whimsicality is how Japan can mark its difference from China. No to Brutalism! No to idiotic skyscrapers! No to economic standardization!"
architecture  japan  terunobufujimori  miyazaki  treehouses  homes  gardens  housing  wood  materials  organic  tradition  slow  exhibits  landscape 
may 2007 by robertogreco

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