“Beautifully constructed and painstakingly written, this is about as close to a perfect animated epic as you're likely to get.” - Melanie McFarland, Seattle Times
Tuesday, February 27, 6:00 p.m. | During the 14th century, the once serene rapport between humans, animals, and gods starts to disintegrate. Prince Ashitaka contracts a malady from an animal assault and embarks on a quest for a remedy from the deer-like deity Shishigami. Throughout his journey, he witnesses humanity laying waste to the land, provoking the ire of the wolf god Moro and her human ally, Princess Mononoke. His endeavors to mediate peace between her and the human populace only creates further discord.
Awards & Nominations
Nominee - Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Feature Production, Annie Awards
Winner - Best Film, Best Animated Film, Readers' Choice Award, Mainichi Film Concours
Cli-Fi Lecture Series: This series will screen a wide range of historical and contemporary Cli-Fi films, including science fiction, narrative, and experimental films, as well as blockbusters, in order to explore how they encourage us to see, understand, and respond to the escalating crisis of climate change. All screenings followed by lecture from Shawn Michelle Smith and Oliver Sann. View full series.
The Film Center is ADA accessible. This presentation will be projected without open captions. The theater is hearing-loop equipped. For accessibility requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org