I was going to post this on the TV thread, but I know a number of FMs are anime fans, so I thought it deserved a wider audience...
Film4 are celebrating the work of the Japanese animation house Studio Ghibli (often referred-to as "The Japanese Disney") with a retrospective series throughout the summer entitled "Studio Ghibli: the Complete Adventure". I think they intend to screen every one of the studio's movies during the series, and they start with a biggie: the wonderful (and Oscar-winning) "Spirited Away" is on Film4 today (Sunday) at 1pm.
Unfortunately most of the movies are being shown at fairly inconvenient times (e.g. weekday afternoons, or in the small hours of the morning). However here, for the record, are the other movies being screened this week:
"Kiki's Delivery Service" - Tuesday, 2.35pm;
"Arrietty" - Wednesday, 2.40pm (For my money, the best ever film adaptation of "The Borrowers.");
"The Tale of the Princess Kaguya" - Thursday, 11am (Some of you may remember I posted a clip from this after the death of its director Isao Takahata earlier this year.);
"Little Norse Prince" - Friday, 2am;
"The Castle of Cagliostro" - Friday, 12.35pm;
"Grave of the Fireflies" - Saturday, 1.15am (Takahata's first movie for Ghibli. Very highly regarded, but be warned: it's not an easy watch.)