Hello Miyazaki fans!
If you are visiting Paris, you have to go to the exhibit showing the drawings of Studio Ghibli to discover the secrets of layout and animation of Tahakata and Miyazaki in Art Ludique Museum, 34 quai d’Austerlitz, Paris 13.
Until the 1st of March 2015, this is the occasion for the European public to discover 1300 original drawings of the famous Japanese studio, speaking of My Neighbor Totoro (so cute!), Grave of the Fireflies (who has never cried by watching this anime?), Castle in the Sky, Princess Mononoke (a masterpiece), Spirit Away (wonderful), Howl’s Moving Castle (one of my favourite animes), Ponyo on the Cliff (lovely), The Wind Rises (the last Miyazaki’s anime), The Tale of the Princess Kaguya and so on! Admit that it makes you dream!
These exceptional drawings represent 30 years of movies produced by Studio Ghibli and are used to pay tribute to the remarkable artistic qualitities of Isao Tahakata and Hayao Miyazaki. Audioguides are available on request if you want to find more about it.
Let’s go back to the layouts. They define for every plan of the movies what will be the atmosphere of a scene, its decor, its position, its attitude and the expression of the characters. Interesting, isn’t it?
Miyazaki said: “Animation is an illusion and the public is curious to see how it will dazzle him.” During the visit you will be able to watch an interview of this great Japanese director, wow!
The exhibition can be seen alone, with friends, family or couple, every public is welcome here!
You can book your tickets online on the website http://www.artludique.com. A skip the line ticket with the time slot of your choice costs around 16 euros. There are special discounts for children, groups, students, unemployed and disabled people.
Don’t miss this exhibit, I saw it last week and it was incredibly awesome! Moreover, a surprise is waiting for you at the end, go for it!
If you wanna share your opinion about Studio Ghibli Exhibition and Japanese anime, do it in the comment field. Enjoy 🙂