Studio Ghibli’s First Full 3DCG Movie By Goro Miyazaki is going to be the next Big Thing in Anime World. When it comes to Anime Films, No one can match the level of studio Ghibli and the Living Legend Hayao Miyazaki.
The use of 3DCG in Ghibli movies or Miyazaki’s Movies is very limited. Both the Director and the Studio prefers the old fashion way of animation. And as a matter of fact, the Audience too loves the traditional style of animation more than 3DCG.
But to our surprise, Studio Ghibli has announced it’s first full 3DCG Movie. Moreover, the movie will be directed by none other than Hayao Miyazaki’s son Goro Miyazaki.
Studio Ghibli’s First Full 3DCG Movie
According to The NHK – Studio Ghibli’s First Full 3DCG Movie is based on Diana Wynne Jones‘s 2011 children novel Earwig and the Witch (Japanese title: Earwig to Majyo). Moreover, Diana Wynne Jones was also the author of Howl’s Moving Castle. Besides, it will air on NHK General channel this winter. Studio Ghibli’s co-founder Toshio Suzuki is the producer of the film. And Hayao Miyazaki Gets the Credit for the movie’s planning and development. The movie will be directed by none other than Hayao Miyazaki’s son Goro Miyazaki.
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Studio Ghibli’s First Full 3DCG Movie Plot
Jones published the novel in 2011, and Publisher Harper Collins describes the story:
Not every orphan would love living at St. Morwald’s Home for Children, but Earwig does. She gets whatever she wants, whenever she wants it, and it’s been that way since she was dropped on the orphanage doorstep as a baby. But all that changes the day Bella Yaga and the Mandrake come to St. Morwald’s, disguised as foster parents. Earwig is whisked off to their mysterious house full of invisible rooms, potions, and spell books, with magic around every corner. Most children would run in terror from a house like that . . . but not Earwig. Using her own cleverness—with a lot of help from a talking cat—she decides to show the witch who’s boss.
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Goro Miyazaki’s Previous Work
People expect a lot from the son of the legendary creator Hayao Miyazaki. Until now, Goro Miyazaki has worked on 2 Films – Tales from Earthsea and From Up on Poppy Hill. Moreover, he has worked on a series Ronja, the Robber’s Daughter.
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