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Oga Kazuo Exhibition: Ghibli No Eshokunin – The One Who Painted Totoro’s Forest (2007)

Release : 2007-01-01
Genre : Documentary, Animation
Runtime : 138 minutes
Company : Studio Ghibli
Cast : Isao Takahata, Tsuji Nobuo, Naoya Tanaka, Shichirou Kobayashi, Kazuo Oga
Language : ja

From July 21 through September 10th, 2007, the Museum for Contemporary Art Tokyo held an exhibition honouring Oga Kazuo, the art director and background artist for many famed works from Japan’s Studio Ghibli. Over 600 works from the artist were on display, and numerous fans flocked to the one-of-a-kind exhibition celebrating the lush, gorgeous background artwork typifying many a work from Miyazaki Hayao and other Ghibli filmmakers. International fans of Oga and Studio Ghibli have not been left out, however. The Oga Kazuo Exhibition: Ghibli No Eshokunin – The One Who Painted Totoro’s Forest (Blu-ray + DVD) allows fans the opportunity to attend the exhibition, as well as watch interviews and testimonials with Oga’s contemporaries and collaborators, all subtitled in English.


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From July 21 through September 10th, 2007, the Museum for Contemporary Art Tokyo held an exhibition honouring Oga Kazuo, the art director and background artist for many famed works from Japan’s Studio Ghibli. Over 600 works from the artist were on display, and numerous fans flocked to the one-of-a-kind exhibition celebrating the lush, gorgeous background artwork typifying many a work from Miyazaki Hayao and other Ghibli filmmakers. International fans of Oga and Studio Ghibli have not been left out, however. The Oga Kazuo Exhibition: Ghibli No Eshokunin – The One Who Painted Totoro’s Forest (Blu-ray + DVD) allows fans the opportunity to attend the exhibition, as well as watch interviews and testimonials with Oga’s contemporaries and collaborators, all subtitled in English.