Spirited Away 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 … Continue reading Studio Ghibli Festival Continues with “Spirited Away” 🗓
My Neighbor Totoro Sunday, August 25 at 12:55 p.m. Monday, August 26 and Wednesday, August 28 at 7:00 p.m. Admission: $12.50 Various Locations 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 … Continue reading My Neighbor Totoro in Theaters for Special Three-Day Event 🗓
The second edition of Animation First, the only U.S. festival dedicated to French animation, takes place this weekend, running from Friday, January 25 through Sunday, January 27. Organized by the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), a nonprofit dedicated to exploring the richness of French cultures, Animation First showcases the vast history, enduring ingenuity, and diversity of France’s renowned animation studios and schools. This year’s schedule … Continue reading French Institute Alliance Française to Screen Isao Takahata’s “Only Yesterday” at Animation First 🗓 🗺
Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki Thursday, December 13 and Tuesday, December 18 Various theaters (see below) Admission: $12.50 Although esteemed Academy Award®-winning film director and animator Hayao Miyazaki suddenly announced his retirement in 2013 at the age of 72, he can’t shake his burning desire to create. After an encounter with young CGI animators, Miyazaki embarks on a new project to use CGI for the first time ever. But the artist, who has … Continue reading Miyazaki Documentary to Screen for Two Nights in NYC 🗓
The master animator’s most personal and underrated film Continue reading Japan Society to Screen Hayao Miyazaki’s "Porco Rosso"