Take a vacation to the worlds of Studio Ghibli

Ghibli films are notoriously immersive and transporting. From the forests of Princess Mononoke, to Yubaba’s bath house in Spirited Away, the worlds of Studio Ghibli are complex, beautiful, and utterly real. How is this feat accomplished? Here’s one take: Even if you’re not an anime fan, after watching Asher Isbrucker’s video essay, you might be inspired … Continue reading “Take a vacation to the worlds of Studio Ghibli”

Ghibli films are notoriously immersive and transporting. From the forests of Princess Mononoke, to Yubaba’s bath house in Spirited Away, the worlds of Studio Ghibli are complex, beautiful, and utterly real. How is this feat accomplished? Here’s one take:



Even if you’re not an anime fan, after watching Asher Isbrucker’s video essay, you might be inspired to check out some of AU’s collection of Ghibli films:

Castle In The Sky – HU DVD 2978
The Cat Returns – HU DVD 13290
From Up On Poppy Hill – HU DVD 8901
Grave Of The Fireflies – HU DVD 823
Howl’s Moving Castle – HU DVD 2979
Kiki’s Delivery Service – HU DVD 6077
My Neighbor Totoro – HU DVD 4709
(Nausicaa╠ł Of The Valley Of The Winds – HU DVD 2977)*
Only Yesterday – HU DVD 13276
Ponyo – HU DVD 6937
Porco Rosso – HU DVD 10216
Princess Mononoke – HU DVD 1206
Spirited Away – HU DVD 586
Tale Of The Princess Kaguya – HU DVD 11898
The Secret World Of Arrietty – HU DVD 7986
When Marnie Was There – HU DVD 13297
Whisper Of The Heart – HU DVD 10126
The Wind Rises – HU DVD 11597

*Did you know, Nausicaa is technically not a Ghibli film?!