Screening of Coraline, With Writer Neil Gaiman and Animator Travis Knight in Person
Screening of Animated Hit Coraline, With the Writer and Animator
See the 2009 animated hit film Coraline
on the big screen at Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre as part of the Entertainment Weekly CapeTown Film Festival. Based on the award-winning book by Neil Gaiman, this Oscar-nominated stop-motion animated film from director Henry Selick (The Nightmare Before Christmas
) is a clever fusion of kids' movie and adult horror film. When young Coraline (voiced by Dakota Fanning) discovers a passageway to a parallel universe in her new home, what at first seems like the ideal world for the adventurous girl turns out to hold dark secrets and sinister intentions. Teri Hatcher co-stars, and the score by Bruno Coulais greatly enhances the film's often-creepy atmosphere. As an added treat, Gaiman and animator Travis Knight will be on hand for a post-screening discussion.
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they had some inexpensive combos including a small popcorn, small soda and candy for just $9 which was perfect!
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$10 parking lot directly behind theater, $5 parking down the block (away from Hollywood) if you don't mind walking
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Film running time: 100 minutes.
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