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>Studio Ghibli, Tokuma Shoten, Dentsu, Mitsubishi Commercial Affairs, NTV, Touhoku Shinsha, Walt Disney Productions
  • Studio Ghibli, Tokuma Shoten, Dentsu, Mitsubishi Commercial Affairs, NTV, Touhoku Shinsha, Walt Disney Productions
  • Animated Characters: Chihiro/Sen, Haku, Yubaba, Father, Mom, Aogaeru (Assistant Manager), Bo, Rin, Bandai-gaeru, Kawa no Kami, Chichiyaku, Aniyaku, Kamajii.
    English Version: Chihiro/Sen, Chihiro's Mother, Yubaba, Zeniba, No-Face/Frog, Chihiro's Father, Lin, Haku, Aogaeru (Assistant Manager), Kamajii, Bôh.
  • Awards: Academy Award Winner, Best Animated Feature, 2003.
    Best Picture, Award of the Japanese Academy, 2002.
    Best Song, Award of the Japanese Academy, Youmi Kimura, 2002.
    Golden Berlin Bear (tie), 2002.
    Best Asian Film, Hong Kong Film Awards, 2002.
    Annie, Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature, 2003.
    Annie, Writing in an Animated Feature Production, 2003.
    Annie, Music in an Animated Feature Production, 2003.
    Annie, Directing in an Animated Feature Production, 2003.
    Nominee, Cesar Award, Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger), Hayao Miyazaki, 2003.
    Saturn Award, Best Animated Film, 2003.
    Nominee, Saturn Award, Best Writing, 2003.
    Nominee, Saturn Award, Best Music, 2003.
    Nyftie, Best Animation, New York Film Critics Online, 2002.
    Best Animation (Feature), Los Angeles Film Critics Association, 2002.
    Best Animation, New York Film Critics Circle, 2002.
    Best Animated Feature, National Board of Review, 2003.
    Best Animated Feature, Online Film Critics Society, 2003.
    Nominee, Best Foreign-Language Film, Online Film Critics Society, 2003.
    Silver Scream Award, Hayao Miyazaki, Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, 2003.
    Nominee, Silver Condor, Best Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera), Hayao Miyazaki, Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards, 2004.
    Nominee, BAFTA Film Award, Best Film Not in the English Language, Toshio Suzuki and Hayao Miyazaki, 2004.
    Blue Ribbon Award, Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, 2002.
    Special Commendation, For artistic contribution to the field of animation, Boston Society of Film Critics Awards, 2002.
    Nominee, British Independent Film Award, Best Foreign Film, 2003.
    Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Feature, 2003.
    Audience Award Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Cambridge Film Festival, 2003.
    Nominee, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Best Foreign Language Film, 2003.
    Nominee, Chicago Film Critics Association Award, Best Original Score, Joe Hisaishi, 2003.
    Cinekid Film Award (tied), Hayao Miyazaki, 2003.
    Nominee, CEC Award, Best Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera), Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain, 2003.
    Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award, Best Animated Film, 2003.
    Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Durban International Film Festival, 2002.
    Nominee, Screen International Award, Hayao Miyazaki, European Film Awards, 2002.
    Film Critics Circle of Australia Award, Best Foreign-Language Film, 2002.
    Florida Film Critics Circle Award, Best Animation, 2003.
    Golden Trailer, Best Animation/Family, 2003.
    Nominee, Hugo, Best Dramatic Presentation -- Long Form, 2003.
    Nominee, International Horror Guild Award, Best Movie, 2003.
    Readers' Choice Award, Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Kinema Junpo Awards, 2002.
    Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Mainichi Film Concours, 2002.
    Best Animated Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Mainichi Film Concours, 2002.
    Reader's Choice Award, Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Mainichi Film Concours, 2002.
    Best Director, Hayao Miyazaki, Mainichi Film Concours, 2002.
    Best Music Score, Joe Hisaishi, Mainichi Film Concours, 2002.
    Nominee, Golden Reel Award, Best Sound Editing in Animated Features, Petra Bach (Supervising ADR Editor), Michihiro Ito (Sound Effects Editor), Toru Noguchi (Sound Effects Editor) and Robert L. Sephton (Sound Effects Editor), 2003.
    Nikkan Sports Film Award, Best Film, 2001.
    Audience Award, Best Narrative Feature, Hayao Miyazaki, San Francisco International Film Festival, 2002.
    Golden Satellite Award, Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media, 2003.
    Nominee, Nebula Award, Best Script, Hayao Miyazaki, Cindy Davis Hewitt and Donald H. Hewitt, 2004.
    Special Mention, Hayao Miyazaki, Sitges -- Catalonian International Film Festival, 2002.
    Nominee, Best Film, Hayao Miyazaki, Sitges -- Catalonian International Film Festival, 2002.
    Nominee, Young Artist, Award Best Family Feature Film -- Animation, 2003
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  • Originally Released in 2001.
  • Running Time: 124 minutes.
  • Color
  • Japan  Japan


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Production Notes:


U.S. release date: September 10, 2002 at the El Capitan in Los Angeles, California.

Soundtrack: "Itsumo Nando-demo" ("Always With Me"), Lyrics by Wakako Kaku, Original Music/Vocal Performance by Youmi Kimura, Tokuma Japan Communications; "Ano Natsu He" ("One Summer Day"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Toorimichi" ("A Road to Somewhere"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Dare mo Inai Ryouriten" ("The Empty Restaurant"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Yoru Kitaru" ("Nighttime Coming"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Ryuu no Shounen" ("The Dragon Boy"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "BoiraâMushi" ("Sootballs"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Kamisamâtachi" ("The Procession of the Spirits"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Yubaba," Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Yuya no Asa" ("Bathhouse Morning"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Ani Hi no Kawa" ("Day of the River"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Shigoto wa Tsuraize" ("It's Hard Work"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Okusaregami" ("The Stink Spirit"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Sen no Yuuki" ("Sen's Courage"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Sokonashi Ana" ("The Bottomless Pit"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Kaonashi" ("No-Face"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "6 Banme no Eki" ("The Sixth Station"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Yubaba no Kyouran" ("Yubaba's Panic"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Numa no Soko no Ie" ("The House at Swamp Bottom"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Futatabi" ("Reprise"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Kaeru Hi" ("The Return"), Composed by Joe Hisaishi; "Paradise," Written by Mike Castonguay, Marc Terenzi and Ben Bledsoe, Performed by Natural and Mike Castonguay, Produced by Mike Castonguay, BMG Records and Trans Continental Records (German Release).

Alternate Title: "千と千尋の神隠し."

English Titles: "Spirited Away," "The Spiriting Away of Sen and Chihiro," "Sen," "Sen and the Mysterious Disappearance of Chihiro."


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