10 titles.

1. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #51.15 (2014)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Kaze tachinu (2013)/The Wind Rises and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014). Also a portrait of Hayao Miyazaki's obsession with flying featuring Kurenai no buta (1992)/Porco Rosso, Tonari no Totoro (1988)/My Neighbor Totoro, Majo no takkyûbin (1989)/Kiki's Delivery Service, Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001)/Spirited Away, Kaze no tani no Naushika (1984)/Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, and Tenkû no shiro Rapyuta (1986)/Laputa: Castle in the Sky. A look at Japanese video games which was never released in the Western world: Super Back to the Future II, Policenauts, Pepsiman, Godzilla: Kaijuu Daikessen, King Kong 2: Ikari no Megaton Punch, and Kyaputen reinbô/Captain Rainbow. Reviews of the book Glasbørnene (by Kristina Ohlsson) and the video game Trials Fusion (PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 & Xbox One). Finally the segment "TNN - Troldspejlet's nyhedsnetværk" featuring news briefs.
2. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #37.11 (2007)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Tempelriddernes skat II (2007), Comet in Moominland (1992)/Mumitrolden og kometen, and portrays Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki. Also the books Vindheksen (by Kasper Sørensen, Brian Lentz & Søren Bramsted), Darren Shan-sagaen 2: Vampyrens assistent (by Darren Shan), and the video games Formula One Championship Edition (Playstation 3), Genji: Kamui sôran/Genji: Days of the Blade (Playstation 3), MotorStorm (Playstation 3), Resistance: Fall of Man (Playstation 3) and Ridge Racer 7 (Playstation 3). Jakob also reviews Sony's new video game console, Playstation 3.
3. Troldspejlet (1989 TV Series)
Episode: Episode #30.6 (2003)
Jakob Stegelmann reviews Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001)/Spirited Away and portrays the Japanese directors Hayao Miyazaki and Katsuhiro Ohtomo. Also review of Møgunger (2003), the book Harry Potter og Fønixordenen (by J. K. Rowling), and the comic books Hellboy: Ondskabens Frø (by Mike Mignola & John Byrne), Nat i 30 dage (by Ben Templesmith & Steve Niles), Fox One: Armageddon (by Renaud Garetta & Olivier Vidal), Kodenavn Bjørn 1 (by Neil Southwell & Hans Christian Vang), and Ranma 1/2 1: Den fortryllede kilde (by Rumiko Takahashi). Also the video games Pirates of the Caribbean (PC & Xbox), and Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004: A Century of Flight (PC), and a look at Nokia's mobile phone and handheld game system N-Gage.
4. Heidi in the Mountains (1975)
Heidi (1974) Japanese anime series by Zuiyo Eizo (now Nippon Animation) based on the Swiss novel Heidi's Years of Wandering and Learning by Johanna Spyri (1880). It was directed by Isao Takahata A feature-length film Heidi in the Mountains, aka The Story of Heidi, was edited from the series by Zuiyo (which by then was a separate entity from Nippon Animation, which employed many of the TV series' animation staff) distributed in 1979. All cast were replaced excluding Heidi and the grandfather. This movie is also the only incarnation of the Heidi anime to have been released commercially in the United States in English (on home video in the 1980s). Isao Takahata remarked "Neither Hayao Miyazaki nor I are completely related to any shortening version" on this work.
5. Cartoon Conspiracy (2014 Mini-Series)
Episode: Is San from Princess Mononoke Wearing a Dead Sibling's Fur?! (2016)
Princess Mononoke is highly regarded as one of the best Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli films to date, but it's certainly has some mystery to it. There are many conspiracies around Princess Mononoke, including one that was confirmed by Hayao Miyazaki himself. So Cartoon Conspiracy is tackling Princess Mononoke, but this time with a theory about San. Is San wearing the fur of a deceased sibling?
6. Cartoon Conspiracy (2014 Mini-Series)
Episode: Is Princess Mononoke a Prequel to Totoro? (2016)
Fans of Studio Ghibli would know that Hayao Miyazaki is a fan of repetition in his movies, but could this possibly mean that some of his movies are connected? Emily digs deep to decide if Princess Mononoke and My Neighbor Totoro not only take place in the same universe, but if Totoro is really a reincarnation of the Forest Spirit.
7. Otaku Movie Anatomy (2015 TV Series)
Episode: Princess Mononoke (2016)
Otaku Movie Anatomy hosts review Princess Mononoke! Princess Mononoke is a 1997 epic historical fantasy anime film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It was animated by Studio Ghibli and produced by Toshio Suzuki. The film stars the voices of Yoji Matsuda, Yuriko Ishida, Yuko Tanaka, Kaoru Kobayashi,Masahiko Nishimura, Tsunehiko Kamijo, Akihiro Miwa, Mitsuko Mori and Hisaya Morishige. Princess Mononoke is set in the late Muromachi period (approximately 1336 to 1573) of Japan with fantasy elements. The story follows the young Emishi warrior Ashitaka's involvement in a struggle between forest gods and the humans who consume its resources. The term "Mononoke" is not a name, but a Japanese word for a spirit or monster.
8. Otaku Movie Anatomy (2015 TV Series)
Episode: The Wind Rises Review (2015)
The Wind Rises is a 2013 Japanese animated historical drama film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and animated by Studio Ghibli. It was released by Toho on July 20, 2013 in Japan, and by Touchstone Pictures in North America on February 21, 2014. The Wind Rises is a fictionalized biopic of Jiro Horikoshi(1903-1982), designer of the Mitsubishi A5M fighter aircraft and its successor, the Mitsubishi A6M Zero, used by the Empire of Japan during World War II. The film is adapted from Miyazaki's manga of the same name, which was in turn loosely based on the 1937 short story The Wind Has Risen by Tatsuo Hori. It was the final film directed by Miyazaki before his retirement in September 2013. The Wind Rises was the highest-grossing Japanese film in Japan in 2013 and received critical acclaim. It won and was nominated for several awards, including nominations for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and the Japan Academy Prize for Animation of the Year.
9. Cinema AZN (2005 TV Series)
CINEMA AZN is a weekly half-hour program broadcast on AZN Television, a Comcast cable network. CINEMA AZN is an entertaining and informative program on Asian and Asian American movies - the first of its kind on American television - and reaches 17 million subscribers around the United States and in all major markets. The program mixes popular entertainment and informed reporting and features some of Asia's biggest stars such as Tony Leung (2046), Stephen Chow (Kung Fu Hustle), Amitabh Bachchan, Zhang Ziyi (Hero, Memoirs of A Geisha) and Joan Chen (Saving Face); and major filmmakers such as Zhang Yimou, Im Kwon-Taek, Wong Kar-wai and Hayao Miyazaki. It is aimed at the mainstream US demographic audience and appeals particularly to audiences interested in Asian and Asian American entertainment, personalities and movies. Cinema AZN is produced by Woo Art International, a New York-based production company, in association with Asian CineVision, a non-profit media arts organization.
10. Cave (2012 Short Film)
Phoebe, a young girl from the underground city of Anthropolis, wonders what lies beyond the cave her people call home. This short film is hand-drawn, inspired by the art of Alfons Mucha, Hayao Miyazaki, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and others. 'Cave' draws from the philosophy of Plato as well as contemporary thought, dealing with the problem of evil, and the nature of reality, in the context of a fantastical adventure story. The result is a visually striking film that aims to inspire the mind as well as the eye.
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