Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL

From the legendary and highly celebrated Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, Ponyo, and The Secret World of Arrietty) comes From Up on Poppy Hill, the uniquely inspired and highly anticipated coming-of-age story from Goro Miyazaki and Hayao Miyazaki.

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Set in Yokohama in 1963, this lovingly hand-drawn film centers on Umi (voiced by Sarah Bolger) and Shun (voiced by Anton Yelchin) and the budding romance that develops as they join forces to save their high school’s ramshackle clubhouse from demolition. The top-grossing Japanese film of 2011 and winner of the Japan Academy Prize for Animation, From Up on Poppy Hillcaptures the innocence of new love as well as the beauty of Yokohama’s harbor and lush surroundings. With its rich color palette, stunning exteriors, sun-drenched gardens, bustling cityscapes and painterly detail, From Up on Poppy Hill provides a pure, sincere, and nuanced evocation of the past, and marks yet another creative triumph for Studio Ghibli.

  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL
  • Image Gallery for Studio Ghibli's New Animated Film FROM UP ON POPPY HILL

From Up on Poppy Hill features the voice talent of Anton Yelchin, Sarah Bolger, Gillian Anderson, Beau Bridges, Jamie Lee Curtis, Bruce Dern, Jeff Dunham, Isabelle Fuhrman, Christina Hendricks, Ron Howard, Chris Noth, Emily Osment, Aubrey Plaza, Charlie Saxton and Alex Wolff. The film was directed by Goro Miyazaki from a screenplay by Hayao Miyazaki and was the top-grossing Japanese film of 2011. Limited US theatrical release is planned for March 15, 2013.