After the preview for his upcoming 3DCG TV anime Ronia the Robber's Daughter at NHK Housou Center in Tokyo yesterday, the director Goro Miyazaki gave his opinion on Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki's remark last week that Hideaki Anno was the successor to Hayao Miyazaki, not his son Goro. Hit the jump for the story.
Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki took the stage with Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno to announce the complete list of 50 of Anno’s work to be screened for October's 27th edition of Tokyo International Film Festival's special “The World of Hideaki Anno" programming. During this, Suzuki spoke to Anno's role in the future of anime, and the ever-popular subject of a next-Miyazaki.
While Studio Ghibli probably isn't going away, it is at least evidently reassessing itself and likely evolving. With many discussing these developments Fox's Animation Domination has put together an homage to the revered studio's classic works. Get a look after the jump.
Toshio Suzuki, the 66-year-old former president of Studio Ghibli, talked to the press and gave his opinion on the box office failure of the studio's latest anime film When Marnie Was There directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi after a talk event held at the Daikanyama Tsutaya bookstore in Tokyo on August 18. Hit the jump for the details.
Amazon has begun listing a November 18th release day for Hayao Miyazaki's final anime movie, The Wind Rises. Walt Disney Home Entertainment presents Studio Ghibli's story of plane designer Jiro Horikoshi is coming to DVD and Blu-ray. Also on that date, they will be releasing Kiki's Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke on Blu-ray.
Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli co-founders never seemed convinced that he'd be able to entirely step away from anime. Fellow director Isao Takahata noted that "[Miyazaki] said, 'This time, I am serious,' but I think there is a decent chance that may change. I think so, since I've known him a long time. Don't be at all surprised if that happens." Now, former president and producer Toshio Suzuki is leaving the door open.
Studio Ghibli co-founder, producer and former president Toshio Suzuki appeared on MBS's documentary profile series Jounetsu Tairiku this weekend, and made comments that suggest that fundamental changes may be underway at the revered studio. More after the jump.