05 Oct 21
To celebrate the home entertainment release of Earwig And The Witch, we have teamed up with our friends at Elysian to give away 3 limited edition Blu-rays.
The Studio Ghibli feature film animation Earwig And The Witch, directed by Goro Miyazaki (From Up On Poppy Hill, Tales From Earthsea), is available to own now.
The film is based on the children's novel of the same name by Diana Wynne Jones (Howl's Moving Castle) and marks Studio Ghibli's first entirely 3DCG animated feature. Produced by Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki with planning from Miyazaki's father, the legendary Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away, My Neighbour Totoro), Earwig And The Witch is the third solo feature from Goro Miyazaki which tells the story of a courageous young orphan forced to live with a selfish witch.
Earwig And The Witch is available now on limited collector's edition, limited steelbook, Blu-Ray (limited slipcase) & DVD.
For a chance to win, tell us your favourite anime based on a novel.
To enter, simply email [email protected] with EARWIG COMPETITION in the subject line, and your answer.
The competition closes on Friday 22 October.
Open to UK residents only. Entrants must be at least 18 years old. The winners will be picked at random and contacted via their method of entry. Our standard competition terms and conditions apply.
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