Japan’s Studio Ghibli receives honorary Palme d’Or in Cannes

Japan's Studio Ghibli receives honorary Palme d'Or in Cannes

Among them was 2002’s Mei And The Baby Cat Bus, billed as a “mini- movie” to Hayao Miyazaki’s 1989 traditional My Neighbor Totoro.

A large gloop of flour aids a little chicken in red gown in Mr Dough And The Egg Princess ‘ exit from a hungry monster in Mr Dough and the Egg Princess.

Interesting people voiceovers for everything from a pleasant valley monster to loud bicycles were featured in House Hunting and Boro The Caterpillar, the second of which featured a little grub munching on leaves.

All were welcomed with fine- kindhearted laugh.

After the screen, Goro Miyazaki said,” Now you have given the Studio Ghibli assistance for the next 40 times.”

Hayao Miyazaki has made several announcements about his pensions, but he is still working and was recently in the same theaters as The Son and the Heron.

He made an appearance on the big screen in a video and said,” Thank you very much.”

This year’s Oscar winner, The Boy and the Heron, was presented to the theater, who claimed the studio had to dry the statue in a hotel towel to avoid the United States.

He expressed his gratitude that the honourable Palme had a field.

At the show’s beginning, Meryl Streep received an honorary award, and Star Wars creator George Lucas will get the honor at the event’s closing ceremony on Saturday.