The Museu do Oriente, in Lisbon, is exhibiting in August four animations by acclaimed Japanese Studio Ghibli, and admission is free, the museum has announced.

According to the information published by the museum in its website, the initiative called Architects of Imagination — Japanese Animation by Studio Ghibli will be held on Sundays, at 6 pm, between August 7 and 28.

The programme features three films by Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki: the first film to be showcased, on August 7, is Spirited Away (2001), which tells the journey of a 10-year old girl named Chihiro; on August 14, Princess Mononoke (1997), will be showcased at the museum, telling the story of a young warrior, Ashitaka; on August 21, The Wind Rises (2013) presents us the adventures of plane-lover Jiro.

The series at the museum will end on August 28 with When Marnie Was Here (2014), by director Hiromasa Yonebayashi — a film that tells the story of Anna, an adopted 12-year old girl struggling with herself, and of which mART talked about here.