Studio Ghibli, Inc. (株式会社スタジオジブリ, Kabushiki-kaisha Sutajio Jiburi?) is a Japanese animation film studio that is known worldwide.
The name Ghibli is based on the Arabic name for the sirocco, or Mediterranean wind, which the Italians used for their Saharan scouting planes in the Second World War. The idea being that the studio would blow a new wind through the Japanese anime industry.
Though the Italian word is pronounced with a hard /ɡ/, the Japanese pronunciation of the studio's name is with a soft g,
The first Miyazaki feature to be shot using a 100% digital process; the first film to gross $200 million worldwide before opening in North America; the only anime film to win an Academy award for Best Animated Feature; the only foreign animated winner of an Academy award for Best Animated Feature; the only traditionally-animated winner of an Academy award for Best Animated Feature; the film to finally overtake Titanic at the Japanese box office, becoming the top grossing film in the history of Japanese cinema. Released: July 27, 2001
These works were not created by Studio Ghibli, but were produced by members of Topcraft that went on to create Studio Ghibli in 1985; produced by Toei Animation, Tokyo Movie Shinsha, Nippon Animation or other studios and featuring involvement by Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, or other Ghibli staffers; or created in cooperation with Studio Ghibli.
- Studio Ghibli films, shorts, TV and music videos
- Pre-Studio Ghibli films
- Cooperative works
- Distributive works
- Contributive works
Missing: NOT ON IMDB
- Portable Airport (2004) - Capsule music video
- Space Station No. 9 (2004) - Capsule music video
- A Flying City Plan (Soratobu Toshikeikaku) (2005) - Capsule music video
- Doredore no Uta (2005) - Meiko Haigou music video
- piece (2009) - Yui Aragaki music video
- Cyu Zumou (2010) - NEW SHORT FILM