A mix for songs from Studio Ghibli put in one place
1. Kaze Ni Naru | The Cat Returns //2. Laputa Theme | Laputa: Castle in the Sky // 3. Love is a Flower, You are the Seed | Only Yesterday // 4. Teru No Uta | Tales from Earthsea // 5. Flower Garden | Howl’s Moving Castle // 6. Haru No Omoide | The Cat Returns // 7. The Days That’ll Never Come | Porco Rosso // 8. One Summer Day | Spirited Away // 9. Grave of the Fireflies Ending Theme | Grave of the Fireflies // 10. Fire Treasure | Castle Of Cagliostro // 11. With You | The Secret World of Arrietty // 12. Sayonara No Natsu | From Up on Poppyhill // 13. A Town with an Ocean View | Kiki’s Delivery Service // 14. Kaze No Tani No Nausicaa | Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind // 15. Gake No Ue no Ponyo | Ponyo on the Cliff // 16. Sanpo | My Neighbor Totoro // 17. Sakuranbo No Minoru Koro | Porco Rosso // 18. Kuchu Sanpo | Howl’s Moving Castle // 18. Itsumo Nando (piano) | Spirited Away // 19. Princess Mononoke’s Theme | Princess Mononoke // 20. Arrietty’s Song | The Secret World of Arriettty
Goro Miyazaki Confirms Plans For New Studio Ghibli Feature Film
HERES THE NEWS THE ANIME WORLD HAS BEEN WAITING FOR… GoroMiyazaki and Ghibli Producer Yoshiaki Nishimura confirm that preparation has started for a new Studio Ghibli feature film.
Appearing at Studio Ghibli Expo in Japan Miyazaki and Nishimura both answered fan questions clearly indicating that they intend to make a new animated feature film for the studio. Miyazaki who has already started work said “perhaps i won’t be able to make it, but i am currently preparing for it.”
When faced with the same question Princess Kaguya Producer Yoshiaki Nishimura was even more forthcoming -
Studio Ghibli who had been placed on undetermined hiatus due to financial instability have a history of announcing their forthcoming films on the same day each December. Goro Miyazaki who recently finished production on TV anime series Ronia the Robbers Daughter would be returning to make his third feature film for his father Hayao’s world famous animation studio. Goro’s previous film “From Up On Poppyhill” (a slice of teenage romance and nostalgia) was seen as a vast improvement on his Ghibli debut “Tales From Earthsea”, but what genre of film will he take on next? like every other Ghibli fan around the world i wait with bated breath :D