Starting later this month, TIFF Cinematheque (an offshoot of the Toronto International Film Festival) will be presenting Spirited Away: The Films of Studio Ghibli, a retrospective featuring 18 movies from the influential Japanese studio.
From December 13 to January 3, the exhibited films range from the best-known (Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke) to the infrequently shown (Only Yesterday, The Ocean Waves) and include the rarely-screened Grave of the Fireflies (about surviving a World War II bombing) and the newer From up on Poppy Hill. According to the press release, “audiences will have the chance to experience many of the films in two versions: in their original language with English subtitles, and star-studded dubbed versions voiced by high-profile talent”. Tickets for the general public go on sale next Wednesday, December 11.
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