by Lauren Wilford
"Perhaps our mistake is in wanting to use films, to have them cater to us and keep us from boredom, rather than to see them, love them, and respect them as the free, precious, ephemeral things that they are."
Issue 45: Studio Ghibli
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Towards a True Children’s Cinema: on My Neighbor Totoro
A Body is a Heavy Thing
Kelsey Ford on Howl's Moving Castle
We Contain Multitudes
Kelcie Mattson on Hayao Miyazaki and the female protagonists of Studio Ghibli features
The Nuclear Resonance of Castle in the Sky
Nothing to Fear
Sarah Welch on Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind
We Can't Rely on Men
Zosha Millman on growing up with Studio Ghibli films
"That’s what makes our life experience. Those are the notes of the symphony that we’re going to be. A choice is not to miss, a choice is to embrace; a choice is to enshrine what you want to be. What you want to leave behind."