The Return of Studio Ghibli Films to U.S. Cinemas

The Return of Studio Ghibli Films to U.S. Cinemas

Studio Ghibli fans in the United States are in for a treat as Studio Ghibli Fest 2024 brings back 14 beloved Ghibli films to theaters throughout the year. One of the highlights is the opportunity to watch Spirited Away on the big screen, with showings scheduled between April 27th and May 1st at cinemas nationwide.

Apart from Spirited Away, fans can also look forward to experiencing other Miyazaki classics like Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind and Princess Mononoke. Additionally, movies from other talented Ghibli directors, including Hiromasa Yonebayashi and Hiroyuki Morita, will be featured. The lineup also includes Ponyo and Howl’s Moving Castle, two films created by Miyazaki after he came out of retirement.

In addition to the film screenings, audiences can expect surprise special extra content during the showings. This adds an extra layer of excitement for fans who are eager to immerse themselves in the world of Studio Ghibli once again.

While some films like Spirited Away will have multiple showings over a few days, others like Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind may only have a limited number of screenings. The 20th-anniversary edition of Howl’s Moving Castle stands out for having the longest run, with evening showings scheduled from September 26th through October 3rd.

For those interested in attending these screenings, tickets can be purchased directly from theater box offices or through the websites of Fathom Events and distributor GKids. This provides fans with the convenience of securing their seats in advance and ensures they don’t miss out on the opportunity to relive the magic of Studio Ghibli on the big screen.


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