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Ghibliotheque - A Podcast About Studio Ghibli

Michael Leader, Jake Cunningham, Steph Watts & Harold McShiel

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Welcome to the Ghibliotheque, the podcast that leafs through libraries of films from the world’s greatest animation studios. In 2018, Michael Leader, an avowed Studio Ghibli fanatic, sat down with Jake Cunningham, who had never seen any of the Studio’s work before. Together they looked at the history behind Ghibli's films (including Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro and Princess Mononoke), and got a critical perspective from Jake as a first-time viewer. They covered all of Studio Ghibli's f ...
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Socially Away - A Studio Ghibli Podcast

Soft Shell Productions

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An all new podcast for these socially distant times. We're a bunch of Ghibli fans of varying degrees who are re-exploring the Ghibli catalog in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic! Join us every week as we go through all the Ghibli films, starting with Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind on August 27, 2020. New episodes every Thursday! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soft-shell-productions/support
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Michael and Jake return with a new miniseries diving into three animated films from independent cinema icon Richard Linklater (Boyhood, Before Sunrise, Dazed and Confused), starting with his 2001 rotoscoped feature Waking Life: a heady exploration of dreaming, philosophy, existentialism, the frontiers of theoretical science and everything in betwee…
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Michael speaks with Spanish director Pablo Berger about his critically-acclaimed and award-winning feature animation Robot Dreams, which is in UK cinemas from 22nd March. Read Michael's review of the film here, and his feature on the animation process behind the film here. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more…
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Directors Chiara Malta and Sebastien Laudenbach speak with Michael about their astounding new film, Chicken for Linda, which was a hit on the festival and awards circuit in 2023, and is screening around the UK in March, April and May. Watch a trailer for Chicken for Linda here. Chicken for Linda screens as part of the Made in Italy Festival at the …
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Michael speaks with director Jim Capobianco about his new film, The Inventor, and working in stop-motion for the first time after years working in hand-drawn and CG animation. They also speak about the film's themes of patronage, inspiration and creativity, as well as Jim's amazing work at Disney and Pixar (including his Oscar-nominated work on Rat…
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Michael speaks with director Yuzuru Tachikawa about his new film, the coming-of-age jazz anime Blue Giant, which has just been released in the UK. To hear the full interview with all the Japanese exchanges intact, fast forward to around the 30min mark, Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.…
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Recorded at the British Film Institute, as part of the London Short Film Festival and the BFI's 'Cartoon Saloon at 25' season, studio founders Nora Twomey, Tomm Moore and Paul Young reflect on the history of the studio after watching 20+ years of Cartoon Saloon's short film work. This event was curated and hosted by our own Michael Leader. Find out…
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We discuss Hayao Miyazaki latest animation The Boy and the Heron which is the latest Ghibli movie which was released late 2023. The movie is certainly different to most of Hayao Miyazaki work and we have a good old discussion about how we foudn the movie and what the meaning is for us. We certainly have differing opinions of this film. Please feel …
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It's the end of the year and you know what that means: Lists! We're rounding up our favourite things of 2023. In this first part of a two-part Listmas special, it's a countdown of all the things specifically Japan that didn't get covered in the previous Japan episodes - think bars, food, and any other experiences, Ghibli-related or otherwise. Join …
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Spoiler warning! After our spoiler-light episode on The Boy and the Heron last week, we just had to go deeper. So Michael, Jake and Steph reconvened for more of a play-by-play run-through of Hayao Miyazaki's highly anticipated, dense, complicated, wonderful new film. We'd love to hear what you make of the Boy and the Heron for an upcoming 'mailbag'…
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Miyazaki is back! Michael, Jake and Steph return to the Ghibliotheque to discuss Hayao Miyazaki's first film in a decade, The Boy and the Heron - a beguiling and captivating film that has been described as a "semi-autobiographical fantasy about life, death, and creation, in tribute to friendship". This is a dense film, so we're doing things a littl…
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In this episode of our Japan 2023 miniseries, Michael, Jake and Steph open their shopping bags and chat all things merch, from the Ghibli Grand Warehouse shop to notebooks, records and Gacha machines. Thank you to the Japan National Tourism Organization for their support in planning our research trip to Japan: https://www.japan.travel/en/uk/ Get bo…
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In this episode of our Japan 2023 miniseries, it's the big one. The reason we travelled close to 6000 miles across the globe, from London to Japan: Ghibli Park. Tune in to hear what Michael, Jake and Steph thought about this shrine to all things Ghibli, situated right in the middle of the Expo 2005 Aichi Commemorative Park, just outside of Nagoya. …
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We made it back to Japan! In this first episode of the Ghibliotheque in Japan 2023 miniseries, Michael, Jake and Steph talk through their jam-packed day at Universal Studios Japan, focusing on their top 10 rides including Super Nintendo World, Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey, and all the spooky delights of Universal Horror Nights. We also he…
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Jake and Michael are here with another book launch episode, and then afterwards they're both going to sleep for a long time, and not even think about writing another book for a long, long time. This one's quite different than any of the previous ones though, Film Korea is a journey into 30 key films from one of the most exciting cinematic nations o…
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After years of delays, Joe Hisaishi finally made it to Wembley Arena to conduct his music from Hayao Miyazaki's films with the help of the BBC Concert Orchestra and Crouch End Festival Chorus. And the Ghibliotheque gang were there to experience the magic! Here, Michael, Jake and Steph reunite to talk through one spellbinding night. Join us on Patre…
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Michael and Jake have emerged from their respective attics and basements where they've been beavering away at a new book. The World of Studio Ghibli is for younger readers (7-10) and is a guide through the studio we love so much. In this short episode we talk about the process of writing it and about what readers can discover inside! Get bonus cont…
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We take a return journey to the Cartoon Salooniverse for Cartoon Saloon's new feature, based on their popular pre-school TV series, Puffin Rock. Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This week, Michael and Jake return to the Cartoon Salooniverse to interview producer and studio co-founder Paul Young about the company's history to date, as well as his directorial debut, Screecher's Reach - a distinctively Cartoon Saloon-style entry in the Disney+ series Star Wars Visions. If you missed it at the time, head back through our archi…
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