31 Aug 21
To celebrate the release of the lavishly-illustrated hardback Ghibliotheque we've got 3 copies to give away!
Described by The Guardian as "an ideal podcast for Ghibli novices and superfans alike", Ghibliotheque has now leapt out of the earbuds and onto the printed page for the lavishly-illustrated hardback Ghibliotheque - The Unofficial Guide to the Films of Studio Ghibli, which charts the world-conquering rise of Studio Ghibli film-by-film, from Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind to Earwig and the Witch, by way of My Neighbour Totoro, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away and more. On sale now!
For a chance to win, tell us your favourite Studio Ghibli film and why you love it so much.
To enter, simply email [email protected] with GHIBLIOTHEQUE COMPETITION in the subject line, and your answer.
The competition closes on Friday 10 September.
Ghibliotheque is out now!
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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