Coraline

A Visual Companion

; Neil Gaiman

In cinemas April 2009, "Coraline" is a stop-motion fantasy film animated and co-directed by Henry Selick, based on Neil Gaiman's Hugo and Nebula Award-winning novella. Shortly after moving into her new home a young girl named Coraline is drawn to a mysterious locked door. Les mer
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In cinemas April 2009, "Coraline" is a stop-motion fantasy film animated and co-directed by Henry Selick, based on Neil Gaiman's Hugo and Nebula Award-winning novella. Shortly after moving into her new home a young girl named Coraline is drawn to a mysterious locked door. Behind the door and down a gloomy corridor she finds a strange duplicate world, with an eerie duplicate flat and a duplicate but off-kilter Other Mother and Other Father, with black button eyes, who won't let her return to the real world. A stunning full-colour guide to the making of the movie, featuring hoards of rare and exclusive photos and illustrations, and interviews with the cast and crew, this book takes the reader on an in-depth tour of a movie that is destined to be a fantasy classic.

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Neil Gaiman a the New York Times bestselling author, and has recently completed his first feature film, Mirrormask, with Dave McKean. Henry Selick is the award-winning animator/director of Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach and Monkeybone, and wrote the screenplay for Coraline. Stephen Jones is a leading expert on horror. He has won numerous awards for his writing, including two World Fantasy Awards and three Horror Writers of America Bram Stoker Awards.