by Chris MaGee
It was just a couple days ago that we reported on New York's IFC Center and their upcoming retrospective of the films of Studio Ghibli. Now there is word that not only will "The Studio Ghilbli Collection: 1984 - 2008" not only be presenting such classics as "Princess Mononoke" and "Pom Poko" in 35mm prints, but that these films will also be getting new, specially commissioned theatrical posters for each screening. Case in point, Hayao Miyazaki's 1988 film "My Neighbor Totoro" has got a new poster designed by UK artist and designer Olly Moss. That's just a sneak peek above. To get a full look at the poster design, and to start dreaming about what other poster goodness this IFC retrospective will bring, head to Bad Ass Digest.
"The Studio Ghilbli Collection: 1984 - 2008" will run at New York's IFC Center from December 16th to January 12th. For more details visit the IFC Center website here.
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