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  • Review: 'The Wind Rises' a soaring swan song for Hayao Miyazaki

    Review: 'The Wind Rises' a soaring swan song for Hayao Miyazaki
    To see "The Wind Rises" is to simultaneously marvel at the work of a master and regret that this film is likely his last.
  • Movie award predictions in animated feature and craft categories

    Movie award predictions in animated feature and craft categories
    A handful of movies — "The Great Gatsby," "Gravity" and "12 Years a Slave" — are poised to dominate the craft categories, while Disney's "Frozen" seems like the front-runner set to win animated feature and original song. Here's how the races...

    Review: 'Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014: Animation' a mixed bag

    Review: 'Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014: Animation' a mixed bag
    The five Academy Award nominees for animated short film this year split up into two disparate groups: happy meal and white tablecloth. Originally shown with the Disney feature film "Frozen," "Get a Horse!" is the best known and most seen of the bunch....

    An unusual departure for beloved Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki

    An unusual departure for beloved Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki
    The busiest moment in the history of Twitter happened in August when multitudes of Japanese users tweeted the word "balus" while watching a TV broadcast of director Hayao Miyazaki's 1986 animated movie, "Castle in the Sky." In an indicator of Miyazaki's...

    'The Wind Rises': Hayao Miyazaki's new film stirs controversy

    'The Wind Rises': Hayao Miyazaki's new film stirs controversy
    "The Wind Rises," Hayao Miyazaki's first feature directorial effort in five years, will premiere at the Venice and Toronto film festivals in coming weeks, and a new trailer has piqued the curiosity of the 72-year-old animator's devoted fan base. But...