Top 10 Music Anime of 2005
Hikaru Utada's animated music video produced by Studio 4°C.
14 short music videos for Utada Hikaru's album "Exodus".
Directed by Koji Morimoto, Kazuto Nakazawa, Hideki Himura, Hiroyuki Kitakubo, Jiro Kanai, Yoshiharu Ashino, Yasuhiro Aoki, Atsuko Fukushima, Tatsuyuki Tanaka, Daisuke Nakayama.
3. Project `City Flying in the Sky`
Third animated music video for music by capsule based around their NEXUS-2060 concept - a space station resort in the year 2060. Produced by Ghibli offshoot Studio Kajino, with MOMOSE Yoshiyuki (百瀬ヨシユキ) directing. The song was released on 2005.09.07 as Side A of a single titled Aeropolis, and the animation first shown on 2005.09.10 as a double bill with the live action Touch movie.
4. Binchou-tan Jishu Seisaku Movie: Aozora ni Wasure Mono
Binchou-tan wakes up in her tattered wooden hut only to discover that her water barrel is almost empty. She decides to go to the nearby stream, only to find the fast-flowing water to be brown. Walking the path to town, past green fields, Binchou-tan finally reaches an old water pump on the central marketplace, and fills her wooden bucket. On the way home it starts to rain, so she lets the rain fill the bucket to the rim, preparing herself for the next work day.
5. First Squad
Music video for the song First Squad by Ligalize, created by Studio 4°C.
6. Space Station No. 9
Second animated music video for music by capsule based around their NEXUS-2060 concept - a space station resort in the year 2060.
7. Dore Dore no Uta
An animated music video made for Meiko Haigou by Studio Ghibli. Included on the Ghibli ga Ippai Special Short Short DVD.
8. Erementar Gerad: Aozora no Senki
Short promotional animation clip was released as part of a special Comic Blade Digital DVD sold at Animate.
Based on a manga "Erementar Gerad: Aozora no Senki" by Azuma Mayumi serialised in Comic Blade Masamune and later in Comic Blade Avarus starting on September 15, 2007. It is a spin-off of the mangaka's earlier series Elemental Gelade.
9. Tomorrow's Song
An animated video for GOING UNDER GROUND's "Tomorrow's Song" single, aired at NHK's Minna no Uta.
ANIMA is a dance animation movie representing a human "life".
(Source: Official Website)