Sunday, October 27 at 12:55 p.m.
Monday, October 28 and Wednesday, October 30 at 7:00 p.m.
Various Locations—Find the best one for you!
UA Kaufman Astoria STM 14 & RPX
35-30 38th Street, Long Island City
Regal E-Walk STM 13 & RPX
247 W. 42nd Street
AMC Empire 25
234 W. 42nd Street
AMC Kips Bay 15
570 Second Avenue
Regal Union Square STM 14
Regal Battery Park STM 11
102 North End Avenue
UA Court Street STM 12 & RPX
106 Court Street, Brooklyn Heights
UA Midway STM 19
108-22 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills
UA Sheepshead STM 14 IMAX & RPX
3907 Shore Parkway, Sheepshead Bay
UA Staten Island STM 16 & RPX
2474 Forest Avenue, Staten Island
AMC Rockaway 16
363 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rockaway
As part of the Studio Ghibli Festival, GKIDS, a New York-based American film distributor, presents Spirited Away. Several theaters throughout New York City will screen this fan favorite in a special three-day event.
Winner of the 2002 Academy Award® for Best Animated Feature, Hayao Miyazaki’s wondrous fantasy adventure is a dazzling masterpiece from one of the most celebrated filmmakers in the history of animation.
Chihiro’s family is moving to a new house, but when they stop on the way to explore an abandoned village, her parents undergo a mysterious transformation, and Chihiro is whisked into a world of fantastic spirits ruled over by the sorceress Yubaba. Put to work in a magical bathhouse for spirits and demons, Chihiro must use all her wits to survive in this strange new place, find a way to free her parents, and return to the normal world. Overflowing with imaginative creatures and thrilling storytelling, Spirited Away became a worldwide smash hit, and it remains one of the most critically acclaimed films of all time.
The screenings on October 27 and 30 are dubbed in English, while the Monday screening is subtitled in English.
For a full list of screening locations and to purchase tickets, please visit gkidstickets.com.
Remaining Studio Ghibli Fest Films
November 17, 18, and 20
The Tale of the Princess Kaguya
December 16 and 18
The New York Times recently reported that HBO Max, Warner Media’s streaming service, acquired the Studio Ghibli’s entire library of 21 beloved films. Soon we’ll be able to stream My Neighbor Totoro and Kiki’s Delivery Service whenever we want!
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