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Yanagawa Horiwari Monogatari
(The Story of Yanagawa's Canals)

Award winning 1987 live action documentary and the first docu film directed by Ghibli's Isao Takahata. Produced by Nibariki (Hayao Miyazaki), the film chronicles the effort of Yanagawa Town's locals who fought to preserve their town's historical canals, and their ecological effort to clean up the polluted canals.
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Thank You, Lasseter-san

A documentary on the friendship between Hayao Miyazaki and John Lasseter (director of "Toy Story" films and 2005's "Cars" who had a hand in the U.S. distribution of Miyazaki's "Spirited Away") that spans over twenty years. (Audio Track - partly Japanese)
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Ningen wa nani wo tabete kita ka Complete edition

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Studio Ghibli and World of Hayao Miyazaki
Author-director-animator Hayao Miyazaki is a 'renaissance man' who continues to tackle new themes and provocative projects with the spirit of a true artist in the most classic sense. His creative expression brings forth a cinematic vision like no other that strongly moves the hearts and souls of audiences. The interactions between nature and mankind play pivotal roles in his works. The wondrous imageries he creates often project nostalgic undertones, and his stories unfold in surprising and thought provoking manners, but most importantly his films never fail to be entertaining.

Sekai Waga Kokoro no Tabi

The title means "The World: Journey of Our Memories." Isao Takahata ("Grave of the Fireflies") visits Canada to meet Frederic Back, the acclaimed animation film maker of "The Man Who Planted Trees." Hayao Miyazaki ("Spirited Away," "Princess Mononoke") visits France and the Sahara Desert to follow the footsteps of author Saint-Exupery. The documentaries were originally aired on NHK in 1998 and 1999.
Sekai Waga Kokoro no Tabi (English Subtitles)
Documentary
Release: 2004/07/23 | DVD
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Otsuka Yasuo no Ugokasu Yorokobi

The title means "Yasuo Otsuka's Joy of Animating." It's a documentary about Yasuo Otsuka, the animation director who worked on "The Castle of Cagliostro" and "Future Boy Conan" among other things. Starring Isao Takahata ("Grave of the Fireflies") and Hayao Miyazaki ("Spirited Away," "Princess Mononoke").
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Miyazaki Hayao Produce no Ichimai no CD wa Koushite Umareta

The title means "How the CD produced by Hayao Miyazaki came to be." The documentary consists of two parts. Part 1 chronicles the making of the album "Okaasa no Shashin (Mother's Photograph)" by Hayao Miyazaki who was moved by the voice of singer Tsunehiko Kamijo, and how he convinced Joe Hisaishi and others to create this album. Part 2 consists of the concert by singer Tsunehiko Kamijo at Ghibli Museum.
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Hayao Miyazaki to Ghibli Bijutsukan (Ghibli Museum)

Ghibli Museum was designed by Hayao Miyazaki. Take a tour of the museum with this DVD that guides you through the details of the space within the architecture. It's also packed with animated images from the masterpieces including "Majo no takkyubin(Kiki's Delivery Service)" and "Tenku no Shiro Laputa(Laputa: The Castle in the Sky)." The DVD is not only an entertaining guide of the museum itself, but also an insightful journey through the inspirations behind the amazing landscapes Miyazaki creates and portrays beautifully in his works.
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