For nearly three decades, the films of Hayao Miyazaki and the
company he founded, Studio Ghibli, have revolutionized the art of
animation. Miyazaki’s indelible style—which weds the uncanniness of
Lewis Carroll and the epic grandeur of Akira Kurosawa—stands as a
testament to the beauty and imaginative power of hand-drawn
animation, conjuring richly realized worlds replete with mystical
spirits and shot through with an abiding concern for the
relationship between humans and nature.
All films directed by Hayao Miyazaki and in 35mm.
A sublime fantasy about an orphan, a magic crystal, and a floating airship.
This enchanting fairy tale contains some of Miyazaki’s most iconic imagery.
Miyazaki’s early masterwork is a stunning vision of a post-apocalyptic world.
One of Miyazaki’s greatest films charts an ongoing war between man and the wild.
A pilot with a pig’s head chases aerial pirates in this surprisingly poignant adventure.
A bittersweet coming-of-age tale about a young witch learning her place in the world.
Miyazaki’s visually staggering tale of a girl transformed into an old woman.
Miyazaki’s masterpiece is a surreal journey through a spirit-filled otherworld.