Fox’s Animation Domination High-Def (ADHD) has released a touching animated tribute that celebrates the work of acclaimed Japanese animation studio Studio Ghibli in response to their recent hiatus. The short was written by Heather Anne Campbell, and performed by Scout Durwood.
A few weeks ago, Studio Ghibli announced that they were taking a break from film production. While they haven’t made a final decision, it’s possible that “When Marnie Was There” will be their last feature film. Animators the world over have been inspired by Ghibli films; this is Animation Domination High-Def’s small tribute to Studio Ghibli. We want to say Thank You. And we hope they don’t go away for good.
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