Coraline 3D + Q&A with Henry Selick and Neil Gaiman

Coraline is an award winning novel by cult favourite Neil Gaiman, which has been developed into a stop-motion 3-D fantasy film by director Henry Selick. Often compared to Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, it follows an adventurous girl who, afer moving into a new home with her family, discovers the portal to a strange and seemingly better world. The creators of Coraline appeared on-stage to discuss the film’s success, with Gaiman revealing his fascination with converting prose to visuals, and Selick sharing his thoughts on the development of 3-D technology.


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