Жибли студи

Чөлөөт нэвтэрхий толь — Википедиагаас
Харайх: Удирдах, Хайлт
Жибли Студи, ХХК
株式会社スタジオジブリ
Анги Kabushiki gaisha
Аж үйлдвэрийн салбар Кино
Видео тоглоом
ТВ зар сурталчилгаа
Өмнөх Topcraft
Үүсгэн байгуулагдсан Tokyo, Japan (1985 оны 06-р сарын 15 өдөр (1985-06-15))
Үүсгэн байгуулагч
Төв байр Koganei, Tokyo, Japan
Удирдах хүмүүс
  • Koji Hoshino (Гүйцэтгэх захирал, Ерөнхийлөгч)
  • Hayao Miyazaki (Захирал)
  • Toshio Suzuki (Гүйцэтгэх захирал)
Бүтээгдэхүүн Animated feature films (Анимэ), телевизийн кино, зар сурталчилгаа, live-action кино
Цэвэр орлого ¥1.426 billion (2011)
Нийт хөрөнгө ¥15.77 billion (2011)
Эзэмшигч(ид) Tokuma Shoten (1999-2005)
Ажилчид 300
Вэб сайт www.ghibli.jp

Жибли Студи, ХХК (株式会社スタジオジブリ Кабүшики-гаиша Сүтажио Жибүри?) нь Японы Токио хотын Коганэид төвтэй анимейшн киноны студи юм. Уг студи нь анимэ кино хийдгээрээ алдартай. Жибли Студи нь Салхит Хөндийн Наүшикаа бүтээлээрээ амжилт олж 1985 оны 6 сард Шотэн Токүма-н санхүүжилттэйгээр үйл ажиллагаагаа явуулж эхэлжээ. Компаний лого болох Тоторо(ойн аврага савдаг) нь Мияазаки -н Миний хөрш Тоторо киноноос эхтэй. Студи урьд нь Токио хотын Кичижожи, Мүсашино гэх газруудад байрлаж байсан байна.

Жибли Студи нь арван есөн кино, цөөн хэдэн богино хэмжээний кино, телевизийн зар сурталчилгаа, телевизийн кино бүтээжээ. Жибли студийн 8 кино нь Японд хийгдсэн 15 өндөр үнэлгээтэй анимэ кинонд шалгаран орсон ба тэр дунд дэлхий даяар $274 сая гаруй ашиг олсон Spirited Away нь хамгийн өндөрт бичигджээ.

Жибли студийн олон анимэ нь Анимэйж Аниме Гран При -ээр шагнуулсан ба дөрөв нь Оны шилдэг анимейшн төрлөөр Японы Анимэ Академийн шагнал хүртсэн. 2002 онд Spirited Away нь Академийн шагнал Шилдэг Анимэйшн төрлөөр Алтан баавгай болон Оскар авчээ.

Нэр[засварлах]

Жибли гэх нэр нь Миязаки ХаяоКапрони Кa309 Джибли –н тухай бодож өгсөн нэр юм. Итали нэр үг "ghibli" буюу “джибли” нь Sirocco –н Араб нэрнээс үүсэлтэй “газрын дундад тэнгисийн салхи” гэх утгатай үг бөгөөд "анимэ үйлдвэрийн салбарыг өөрчлөх салхи" гэсэн санааг агуулан ашиглагджээ. Энэхүү итали үг нь маш хатуу "дж" авиаг үүсгэдэг ч Студийн нэр болох япон хэллэгтээ зөөлөн ж ашиглан хэлэгддэг байна.

Түүх[засварлах]

Жибли Студийн үндэслэгчдийн нэг, ихэнх уран бүтээлүүдийн найруулагч болох Миязаки Хаяо.

Уг студи нь 1985 оны 6 сард байгуулагдсан бөгөөд найруулагч Миязаки Хаяо, Такахата Исао, продюсер Сүзүки Тошио нар толгойлдог байна. Түүнчлэн өмнө нь Миязаки, Такахата нар япон анимэйшний салбарт олон жил ажиллахдаа Hols: Prince of the Sun, Panda! Go, Panda! гэх зэрэг бүтээлүүд дээр хамтран ажиллаж; Сүзүки нь Шотэн ТокүмаAnimage манга сэтгүүлд редакторын хувиар ажиллаж байсан удаа байжээ.

Жибли Студи нь 1984 онд Миязаки-н бичин найруулсан, Toei Company-аар хөрөнгөжсөн Салхит хөндийн Наүшика гэх анимэйшний амжилтын дараахан үндэслэгдсэн байна. Энэхүү киноны үүсэл нь Animage сэтгүүлд хэвлэх зорилготойгоор бичигдсэн Миязаки-н цуврал манга-аас гаралтай ажээ.[1][2] Сүзүки нь мөн уг кино найруулгын багт байсан бөгөөд улмаар Такахата-г урин Жибли Студийг Миязаки-тай хамт байгуулжээ.

Жибли Студийн ихэнх анимэйшнүүдийг Миязаки найруулж байсан бөгөөд хоёр дахь хамгийн бүтээл ихтэй найруулагч нь Галт цохын булш киногоороо танигдсан Такахата билээ. Бусад найруулагч нар гэвэл Кондо Ёшифүми, Морита Хироюки, Миязаки Горо орно. Хөгжмийн зохиолч Хисаиши Жо нь ихэнх Миязаки-н бүтээлүүдэд хөгжмийг нь зохион найруулж өгсөн ажээ. In their book Anime Classics Zettai!, Brian Camp and Julie Davis made note of Ясүда Мичиё as "a mainstay of Studio Ghibli’s extraordinary design and production team".[3]

In August 1996, Disney and Tokuma Shoten Publishing agreed that Disney would distribute international Tokuma's Studio Ghibli animated films.[4]

Many of Ghibli's works are distributed in Japan by Toho. Internationally, The Walt Disney Company has rights to all of Ghibli's output that did not have previous international distribution, including the global, non-Japan distribution rights to Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away.[Эх сурвалжийг дурьдах шаардлагатай] As of September 2011, they share North American theatrical rights with GKids while domestic right remain with Disney.[5]

Over the years, there has been a close relationship between Studio Ghibli and the magazine Animage, which regularly runs exclusive articles on the studio and its members in a section titled "Ghibli Notes." Artwork from Ghibli's films and other works are frequently featured on the cover of the magazine. Between 1999 and 2005 Studio Ghibli was a subsidiary of Tokuma Shoten, the publisher of Animage.

In October 2001, the Ghibli Museum opened in Tokyo. It contains exhibits based on Studio Ghibli films and shows animations, including a number of short Studio Ghibli films not available elsewhere.

The studio is also known for its strict "no-edits" policy in licensing their films abroad due to Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind being heavily edited for the film's release in the United States as Warriors of the Wind. The "no cuts" policy was highlighted when Miramax co-chairman Harvey Weinstein suggested editing Princess Mononoke to make it more marketable. A Studio Ghibli producer is rumoured to have sent an authentic Japanese sword with a simple message: "No cuts".[6]

On February 1, 2008, Toshio Suzuki stepped down from the position of Studio Ghibli president, which he had held since 2005, and Koji Hoshino (former president of Walt Disney Japan) took over. Suzuki said he wanted to improve films with his own hands as a producer, rather than demanding this from his employees. Suzuki decided to hand over the presidency to Hoshino because Hoshino has helped Studio Ghibli to sell its videos since 1996, also helping to release the Princess Mononoke film in the United States.[7] Suzuki still serves on the company's board of directors.

Two Studio Ghibli short films created for the Ghibli Museum were shown at the Carnegie Hall Citywise Japan NYC Festival: "House Hunting" and "Mon Mon the Water Spider" were screened on March 26, 2011.[8]

As of 2012, Takahata is developing a project for release after Gorō Miyazaki's (director of Tales from Earthsea and Hayao's son) From Up on Poppy Hill. Takahata is working on an adaptation of the tale of The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. Hayao Miyazaki is developing a project called The Wind Rises which is about the Mitsubishi A6M Zero and its founder.[9]

Sunday, September 1, 2013, Hayao Miyazaki held a press conference in Venice, confirming his retirement saying: “I know I’ve said I would retire many times in the past. Many of you must think, `Once again.’ But this time I am quite serious..." Now it is time for Hayao's son, Goro Miyazaki, to take the torch and follow in his father's footsteps.[10]

On January 31, 2014, it was announced that Gorō Miyazaki will direct his first anime TV series, Sanzoku no Musume Rōnya, an adaptation of Astrid Lindgren's Ronia the Robber's Daughter for NHK. The series is computer-animated, produced by Polygon Pictures, and co-produced by Studio Ghibli.[11][12]

In March 2014 Toshio Suzuki retired as a producer and assumed a new position of general manager. Yoshiaki Nishimura replaced Suzuki in the producer role.[13]

Бүтээлүүд[засварлах]

Онцлох амжилтууд[засварлах]

  • The first real box-office success in Studio Ghibli's history: Kiki's Delivery Service.
  • The highest-grossing film of 1989 in Japan: Kiki's Delivery Service
  • The highest-grossing film of 1991 in Japan: Only Yesterday
  • The highest-grossing film of 1992 in Japan: Porco Rosso
  • The highest-grossing film of 1994 in Japan: Pom Poko
  • The highest-grossing film of 1995 in Japan: Whisper of the Heart
  • The first Studio Ghibli film to use computer graphics: Pom Poko
  • The first Japanese film in Dolby Digital: Whisper of the Heart
  • The first Miyazaki feature to use computer graphics, and the first Studio Ghibli film to use digital coloring; the first animated feature in Japan's history to gross more than 10 billion yen at the box office and the first animated film ever to win a National Academy Award for Best Picture of the Year: Princess Mononoke
  • The first Studio Ghibli film to be shot using a 100% digital process: My Neighbors the Yamadas
  • 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 film to finally overtake Titanic at the Japanese box office, becoming the top grossing film in the history of Japanese cinema; the only anime winner of an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, and the only winner to be made outside the English-speaking world; the only traditionally-animated winner, so far, of an Academy award for Best Animated Feature: Spirited Away

Кино[засварлах]

While Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind is often considered one of the Studio Ghibli films, it was produced and released before the studio's official founding.

# Film Release date Director Screenwriter(s) Producer(s) Music

Бүрэн хэмжээний

1 Castle in the Sky 01986-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 8 сарын 2, 1986 Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Isao Takahata Joe Hisaishi
2 Grave of the Fireflies 01988-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 4 сарын 16, 1988 Isao Takahata Isao Takahata Toru Hara Michio Mamiya
3 My Neighbor Totoro Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Joe Hisaishi
4 Kiki's Delivery Service 01989-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 29, 1989 Hayao Miyazaki
5 Only Yesterday 01991-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 20, 1991 Isao Takahata Isao Takahata Toshio Suzuki Katz Hoshi
6 Porco Rosso 01992-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 28, 1992 Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Joe Hisaishi
7 Pom Poko 01994-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 16, 1994 Isao Takahata Isao Takahata Kōryū, Manto Watanabe, Yōko Ino, Masaru Gotō, Ryōjirō Furusawa
8 Whisper of the Heart 01995-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 15, 1995 Yoshifumi Kondō Hayao Miyazaki Yuji Nomi
9 Princess Mononoke 01997-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 12, 1997 Hayao Miyazaki Joe Hisaishi
10 My Neighbors the Yamadas 01999-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 17, 1999 Isao Takahata Isao Takahata Akiko Yano
11 Spirited Away 02001-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 27, 2001 Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Joe Hisaishi
12 The Cat Returns 02002-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 19, 2002 Hiroyuki Morita Reiko Yoshida Toshio Suzuki and Nozomu Takahashi Yuji Nomi
13 Howl's Moving Castle 02004-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 11 сарын 20, 2004 Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Toshio Suzuki Joe Hisaishi
14 Tales from Earthsea 02006-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 29, 2006 Gorō Miyazaki Gorō Miyazaki and Keiko Niwa Tamiya Terashima
15 Ponyo 02008-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 19, 2008 Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Joe Hisaishi
16 The Secret World of Arrietty 02010-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 17, 2010 Hiromasa Yonebayashi Hayao Miyazaki and Keiko Niwa Cécile Corbel
17 From Up on Poppy Hill 02011-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 16, 2011 Gorō Miyazaki Satoshi Takebe
18 The Wind Rises[14] 02013-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 7 сарын 20, 2013 Hayao Miyazaki Hayao Miyazaki Joe Hisaishi
19 The Tale of Princess Kaguya[14] 02013-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 11 сарын 23, 2013 Isao Takahata Isao Takahata and Riko Sakaguchi Yoshiaki Nishimura, Toshio Suzuki and Seiichiro Ujiie

Гарах гэж буй

20 When Marnie Was There[15] Summer 2014 Hiromasa Yonebayashi Hiromasa Yonebayashi, Keiko Niwa and Masashi Ando Toshio Suzuki Takatsugu Muramatsu

Телевиз

Ocean Waves 01993-Загвар:MONTH-Загвар:0expr 5 сарын 5, 1993 Tomomi Mochizuki Kaori Nakamura Toshio Suzuki, Nozomu Takahashi and Seiji Okuda Shigeru Nagata

Олон ангит анимэ[засварлах]

Богино хэмжээний кино (телевиз, театрын, Жибли музей, OVA)[засварлах]

Дууны клип (телевиз, театрын)[засварлах]

  • "On Your Mark" (1995) (a promotional music video for Chage & Aska directed by Hayao Miyazaki)
  • "Portable Airport" (2004) (a music video created by Studio Kajino for Capsule directed by Yoshiyuki Momose)
  • "Space Station No. 9" (2004) (a music video created by Studio Kajino for Capsule directed by Yoshiyuki Momose)
  • "A Flying City Plan" ("Soratobu Toshikeikaku") (2005) (a music video created by Studio Kajino for Capsule directed by Yoshiyuki Momose)
  • "Doredore no Uta" (2005) (a promotional music video for Meiko Haigou directed by Osamu Tanabe)
  • "Piece" (2009) (a promotional music video for Yui Aragaki directed by Yoshiyuki Momose)

Зар сурталчилгаа[засварлах]

  • Miyazaki, Hayao (1992), Sora Iro no Tane, Nippon TV.
  • Miyazaki, Hayao (1992), Nandarou, Nippon TV. NTV 40th anniversary.
  • "Hotaru No Haku" (1996) (Kinyou Friday Roadshow TV spot directed by Yoshifumi Kondō)
  • "Kinyou Roadshow Opening" (1997) (opening title sequence for Kinyou Roadshow, directed by Yoshifumi Kondō))
  • "www.TVshop1.com" (2000) (online shopping PR spot directed by Yoshiyuki Momose)
  • "Umacha" (2001) (TV commercials for Asahi soft drinks featuring voices by Rina Uchiyama and Takashi Naitou)
  • "Ghibli Museum Tickets" (2001) (announcement for Ghibli Museum opening in Mitaka, directed by Hayao Miyazaki)
  • "LAWSON Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi" (2001) (Lawson convenience store tie in with Spirited Away DVD)
  • "House Foods – The Cat Returns" (2002) (TV commercials for House Foods products as a tie-in campaign for The Cat Returns)
  • "Risona Bank" (2003) (TV commercials for the bank owned by Resona Holdings)
  • "O-uchi de Tabeyou" (2003) (House Foods TV commercial, Summer Version directed by Hayao Miyazaki and Yoshiyuki Momose)
  • "O-uchi de Tabeyou" (2004) (House Foods TV commercial, Winter Version directed by Yoshiyuki Momose)
  • "KNB Yumedegi " (2004) (TV spot for Kitanihon Broadcasting directed by Shinji Hashimoto)
  • "Yomiuri Shimbun – Kawaraban" (2004) (TV commercial for newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun)
  • "Yomiuri Shimbun – Dore Dore Hikkoushi" (2005) (TV commercial for newspaper Yomiuri Shimbun)
  • "Nisshin Seifun" (2010) (TV spot designed by Toshio Suzuki and Gorō Miyazaki, directed by Katsuya Kondō)
  • "Yomiuri Shimbun" (2010) (TV spot for the newspaper, animated in the style of Shigeru Sugiura, directed by Gorō Miyazaki)

Видео тоглоом[засварлах]

Stage productions[засварлах]

Бусад[засварлах]

The works listed here consist of works that do not fall into the above categories. All of these films have been released on DVD in Japan as part of the Ghibli Gakujutsu Library.

  • Sekai Waga Kokoro no Tabi (1998) (documentary following Isao Takahata to Canada to meet Frédéric Back)
  • Sekai Waga Kokoro no Tabi (1999) (documentary travelling with Hayao Miyazaki as he follows the footsteps of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)
  • Lasseter-san, Arigatou ("Thank You, Mr. Lasseter", 2003; thank you video created for John Lasseter)
  • Miyazaki Hayao Produce no Ichimai no CD ha Kōshite Umareta (2003; a film about Tsunehiko Kamijo's Okaasa no Shashin CD)
  • Yanagawa Horiwari Monogatari ("The Story of Yanagawa's Canals") (2003) (A part animated documentary originally broadcast on NHK in 1987)
  • Otsuka Yasuo no Ugokasu Yorokobi (2004) (A documentary about animator Yasuo Otsuka)
  • Miyazaki Hayao to Ghibli Bijutsukan (2005) (A film featuring Goro Miyazaki and Isao Takahata touring the Ghibli Museum)
  • Jiburi no Eshokunin – Oga Kazuo Ten – Totoro no Mori o Kaita Hito ("A Ghibli Artisan – Kazuo Oga Exhibition – The Man Who Painted Totoro's Forest") (2007) (A documentary to commemorate an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, featuring the work of Studio Ghibli background artist Kazuo Oga)
  • Ghibli no Fūkei ("Scenery of Ghibli") (2009) (A documentary hosted by Japanese actresses Tsuruta Mayu, Natsukawa Yui and actor Tetsuta Sugimoto, that follows them around Europe and Japan matching Miyazaki's storyboards to the real world scenery and attractions that served as inspiration to the settings of his animated films)
  • Suzuki Toshio no Ghibli Asemamire, 99 no Kotoba ("Suzuki Toshio's Ghibli Asemamire, 99 Words") (2009) (A compilation of 49 interviews conducted by Toshio Suzuki on his weekly radio program Ghibli Asemamire, broadcasting on Tokyo FM)
  • Joe Hisaishi in Budokan – 25 years with the Animations of Hayao Miyazaki (2009) (Concert footage of Joe Hisaishi's 3 nights at the Nippon Budokan venue in August 2008 where he played various pieces from throughout his 25-year collaboration with Studio Ghibli. Originally broadcast on NHK.)
  • Ghibli no Hondana, NHK, 2011. Explores the influence of children's literature on Miyazaki and Takahata's body of work and on Studio Ghibli as a whole.

Холбоотой[засварлах]

These works were not created by Studio Ghibli, but were produced by a variety of studios and people who went on to form or join Studio Ghibli. This includes members of Topcraft that went on to create Studio Ghibli in 1985; works produced by Toei Animation, TMS Entertainment, Nippon Animation or other studios and featuring involvement by Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata or other Ghibli staffers. The list also includes works created in cooperation with Studio Ghibli.

Жибли-н өмнөх[засварлах]

Хамтарсан[засварлах]

Дистрибутив[засварлах]

These Western animated films (plus one Japanese film) have been distributed by Studio Ghibli, and now through their label, Ghibli Museum Library.

Хувь нэмэр оруулсан[засварлах]

Studio Ghibli has made contributions to the following anime series and movies:

Жибли Студийн нэрд гарсан анимэ бүтээгч ба дүр бүтээгч нар[засварлах]

Мөн үзэх[засварлах]

Загвар:Wikipedia books


Ишлэл[засварлах]

  1. Иш татахад гарсан алдаа: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named SG1
  2. (July 1993) "First of Two-part Miyazaki Feature". Animerica 1 (5).
  3. (September 15, 2007) Anime Classics Zettai. Berkeley California: Stone Bridge Press. ISBN 978-1-933330-22-8. Retrieved on February 14, 2014. 
  4. "August Issue News Section:Disney Will Distribute Japanese Animation", August 1996. 19 July 2011-нд авсан. 
  5. GKids to distribute 13 Ghibli anime films in US
  6. Brooks, Xan. "A god among animators", The Guardian, September 14, 2005. May 23, 2007-нд авсан. "There is a rumour that when Harvey Weinstein was charged with handling the US release of Princess Mononoke, Miyazaki sent him a samurai sword in the post. Attached to the blade was a stark message: 'No cuts.' / The director chortles. 'Actually, my producer did that.'" 
  7. スタジオジブリ社長に星野康二氏 (Japanese). the original on February 2, 2008-с архивлагдсан. February 1, 2008-д хандсан.
  8. Miyazaki shorts come to Carnegie Hall for one day only. Asia Pacific Arts (03/04/2011).
  9. Ashcraft, Brian (July 23, 2012). Studio Ghibli’s Next Film is about Japan’s Most Famous Fighter Plane (and the Guy who Designed It). Kotaku. September 30, 2012-д хандсан.
  10. http://insidemovies.ew.com/2013/09/06/hayao-miyazaki-retirement/
  11. "Goro Miyazaki to Direct Ronia the Robber's Daughter TV Anime", Anime News Network, January 30, 2014. February 14, 2014-нд авсан. 
  12. Polygon Pictures to Create Animation Under Goro Miyazaki’s Direction, The Animated TV Series Ronia, the Robber’s Daughter, Premiering on NHK BS in Autumn 2014. Polygon Pictures (January 31, 2014). February 14, 2014-д хандсан.
  13. Ghibli Co-Founder Toshio Suzuki Retires as Producer. Anime News Network (9 March 2014). 9 March 2014-д хандсан.
  14. 14.0 14.1 Studio Ghibli to release Miyazaki, Takahata films in Summer 2013. The Asahi Shimbun (December 21, 2012). January 3, 2013-д хандсан.
  15. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2013-12-12/ghibli-adapts-joan-g-robinson-when-marnie-was-there-novel-into-anime
  16. ghibli.jp.
  17. Michael Dudok De Wit Is Directing A Feature Co-Produced By Studio Ghibli. Cartoon Brew (May 15, 2012). January 27, 2013-д хандсан.

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