Updated: Jun 8, 2020
"Although there have been numerous books and countless articles published about Studio Ghibli and its creations, few, if any, journalists have been able to write about the internal workings of the studio.
Steve Alpert, who speaks Japanese fluently, came to Ghibli in 1996 and spent the next decade and a half there as a senior executive and member of the board of directors–the only gaijin (non-Japanese) in what he describes as “a very traditional Japanese company.” In this informal memoir, he offers personal insights into some of the inner working of the celebrated studio."
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