Steven Spielberg, one of the great minds of cinema, was recently asked about recommendations in the world of animated films and his answer was strong: “You must see it as soon as possible!” What movie are we talking about… one of Studio Ghibli’s greatest classics.
Although it is mostly Disney and Pixar that get the attention of the media and movies in the world of animation, we could see several other studios in the competition: Dream Animation with Sherk and Puss in Boots , Sony Pictures with Spider-Man and even Illumination with Super Mario Bros. But there is one more study that I always admire and which have the greatest tradition like Disney: Studio Ghibli.
Taken, Spielberg’s favorite
Years of animation inspired Steven Spielberg, who at the time declared himself great Akira by Katsuhiro Otomo. Therefore, the most recent recommendation of an animated film is not surprising: subducted or subducted, as it is known in the United States under Disney distribution.
“I especially admire Miyazaki’s world, flavor and way of telling stories. It’s one of the best animated films ever made. It’s better than any Disney film I’ve ever seen. It was a real influence.”
Although Japanese animation, the works of Miyazaki in particular, have had a great impact on pop culture, it was not until the study of Japanese animation that it received a major award in the United States of America: the Oscar for Best Animated Film. During the ceremony in 2003, Studio Ghibli’s film Ice Age surpassed Lilo and Stitch, Spirits and Treasure Planet.