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Premios del Producers Guild of America. Premios de la Sociedad de Efectos Visuales. When Coraline demands to return home, the Other Mother transforms into a more menacing version of herself and imprisons Coraline in the hallway mirror.
There, Coraline meets the ghosts of the Other Mother's previous child victims, including Wybie's great aunt.
The spirits reveal that the Other Mother, whom they call the "Beldam," used the same doll Coraline had each time disguised as the child in question, to spy on them, taking advantage of their unhappiness and luring them into the Other World.
After they agreed to let her sew buttons on their eyes, the Beldam "ate up" their lives, trapping their souls.
Coraline promises to free them by finding their eyes. The Other Wybie frees her from the mirror and helps her escape back to the real world.
Coraline cannot find her parents, eventually realizing they have been kidnapped by the Beldam. That night, Coraline returns to the Other World, where she proposes a game to the Beldam: if she can find the ghosts' eyes and her parents, they will all go free; if not, she will remain in the Other World and let the Beldam sew buttons over her eyes.
Using the stone to find the children's eyes, Coraline ventures out into the now-hostile Other World; with each eye she collects, part of the Other World disintegrates until only the living room is left.
Coraline sees the Beldam in her true form, a metallic skeletal- arachnid creature with needle-like hands. She is warned that even if she wins, the Beldam will never let her go.
Coraline tricks the Beldam into unlocking the portal and she finds her parents trapped in a snow globe on the mantle. Coraline blinds the Beldam by throwing the cat at her, and narrowly escapes through the door.
She manages to close and lock it with the help of the ghosts, severing the Beldam's right hand in the process. Coraline's parents reappear in the real world with no memory of what happened to them.
That night, the ghost children appear in Coraline's dream to thank her for freeing them, but warn her that the Beldam, as long as she is alive, she will never stop looking for the key.
Coraline decides to drop it down an old well near her home, but before she does, the Beldam's severed hand attacks her. Wybie, who has realized Coraline was telling the truth, arrives and, after a struggle, smashes the hand with a stone.
Coraline and Wybie throw everything into the well and seal it shut. Soon after, Coraline and her parents, who have finally finished their catalog, host a garden party for their neighbors.
Wybie brings his grandmother, Mrs. Coraline prepares to tell her about her sister's fate. Director Henry Selick met author Neil Gaiman just as Gaiman was finishing the novel Coraline , and given that Gaiman was a fan of Selick's The Nightmare Before Christmas , he invited him to make a possible film adaptation.
As Selick thought a direct adaptation would lead to "maybe a minute movie", his screenplay had some expansions, such as the creation of Wybie. When looking for a design away from that of most animation, Selick discovered the work of Japanese illustrator Tadahiro Uesugi and invited him to become the concept artist.
One of Uesugi's biggest influences was on the color palette, which was muted in reality and more colorful in the Other World, similar to the film The Wizard of Oz.
Coraline was staged in a ,square-foot 13, m 2 warehouse in Hillsboro, Oregon. Every object on screen was made for the film. Thousands of high-quality 3D models , ranging from facial expressions to doorknobs, were printed in 3D using the Polyjet matrix systems, which enable the fast transformation of CAD computer-aided design drawings into high-quality 3D models.
At its peak, the film involved the efforts of people,  including from 30  to 35  animators and digital designers in the Digital Design Group DDG , directed by Dan Casey, and more than technicians and designers.
The Other Father's singing voice is provided by John Linnell , one of the singers from the band. They had initially written 10 songs for the film; when a melancholy tone was decided, all but one were cut.
Coulais' score was performed by the Hungarian Symphony Orchestra and features choral pieces sung by the Children's Choir of Nice in a nonsense language.
A 3-D version comes with four sets of 3-D glasses—specifically the green-magenta anaglyph image. A 3-D version of the film was also released on a 2-Disc Collector's Edition.
Total sales stand at over 2. The website for Coraline involves an interactive exploration game where the player can scroll through Coraline's world.
It was also nominated for the Webby "Movie and Film" category. It was released on January 27, , close to the film's theatrical release. The website's critical consensus reads, "With its vivid stop-motion animation combined with Neil Gaiman's imaginative story, Coraline is a film that's both visually stunning and wondrously entertaining.
David Edelstein said the film is "a bona fide fairy tale " that needed a "touch less entrancement and a touch more Scott of The New York Times called the film "exquisitely realized," with a "slower pace and a more contemplative tone than the novel.
It is certainly exciting, but rather than race through ever noisier set pieces toward a hectic climax in the manner of so much animation aimed at kids, Coraline lingers in an atmosphere that is creepy, wonderfully strange and full of feeling.
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The original sweater the design team had designed for Coraline's father sported a big maize-and-blue University of Michigan logo.
However producer Bill Mechanic decided to change the design in favor of his alma mater, Michigan State. The red lighthouse visible in one of the snow globes Coraline places on the shelf was modeled after Big Red, the lighthouse at the Holland State park in Holland, Michigan.
Throughout the movie Mr. Bobinsky wears a medal, even the other Bobinsky. This medal was awarded to those who helped clean up the Chernobyl Disaster in Due to the nuclear effects, this would explain his blue color and his obsession for beets.
The flag hanging above Mr. Bobinski's door is the flag of Montenegro, a country in eastern Europe.
In a deleted portion of the table scene where Coraline's real father sings to her, he laments, "I think I have a virus.
The Pink Palace's address bears the same numbers as the nondescript warehouse where the film was produced. Her backdrop is an image of a ship with Odysseus and his men.
His men used beeswax so they could row and work without being lured by the Sirens' song, while Odysseus commanded that they tie him to the mast, but allow him to hear.
Appropirately, while Other Spink performs, Odysseus's eyes follow her. At the end when Other Spink and Other Forcible crash into each other, he rolls his eyes before the backdrops collapse.
Coraline is left handed, as shown when she is writing down random things while exploring the house. The first time Coraline runs into the woods at about she runs past what looks like a broken down contraption.
As she runs past it a lever on the machine seems to turn on. The first film directed by Henry Selick that is written by him.
There are various little hints in the background of Coraline to imply which children had once lived in the Pink Palace and gone missing throughout its history.
Most notably there was the introductory scene of the doll resembling the ghost girl who was Grandma Lovat's missing sister, but there was also the "painfully boring" portrait Coraline discovers portraying an Edwardian-looking little boy eating an ice cream cone resembling one of the other ghosts , and the silhouettes of the three ghost children are seen on the wall of the dining room in the Other World, as well.
Neil Gaiman was typing the name "Caroline" but he made a mistake and it came out "Coraline. I wanted to know what happened to her," which inspired him to write the novel on which this film is based.
The first animated film to be released by Focus Features. Henry Selick 's son, George Selick , voiced one of the ghost children.
There were a number of deleted scenes in Coraline which further develop the plot and show the characters.
These include among others , Charlie Jones serving a grotesque-looking casserole of some sort to Coraline while he talks about computer viruses, to which Coraline jokes, "this looks like it also has some kind of a virus!
The reason Mel Jones has a brace is because of "the accident". When she was driving, she crashed into a truck. The first of the three animated films of where sculptor Jerome Ranft was involved in the later two being Up and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs The sweater the other mother makes Coraline is a reference to the story Wibey tells Coraline about falling into the well and seeing "a sky full of stars in the middle of the day".
Coraline is in a situation that is seemingly plain as day, yet her sweater represents being trapped in a situation much like being trapped in a well.
The crew spent hours painting , pieces of popcorn--pink on the outside, red on the kernel--to stand in as blossoms for the nearly 70 trees.
The source novel is set in Neil Gaiman's native England. Coraline's parents drive a Volkswagen Beetle. The studio, Laika, where they produced and filmed Coraline is located directly across the street from the Beaverton, OR Volkswagen corporate office.
Around the end of the movie when Coraline's parents are tucking her into bed, her father seems to have a very noticeable recent ketchup stain on his shirt.
Some people say that this was due to a deleted scene from the movie. The key that opens the portal to the other world has a button at the end of it.
Although this film was released in , it was produced in according to the credits. These horns are highlighted to emphasize the dark magic that happens in the another world.
The head with the horns is not in the kitchen in the real world. The appearance of his character paid homage to his late brother, Joe.
George Selick : The ghost boy of the three ghosts who became victims of the Other Mother. Yona Prost : the girl in the store who rides on a stool quoting a Shakespearean line before crashing into something leaving the stool with Coraline.
The character's appearance was based upon the real Budovsky. When Coraline goes to tell the Other Father that dinner is ready, he sings her a song that, at first listen, seems cute and fun.
But if you think about it carefully, and listen to the lyrics, he is actually giving her a warning of what the Other Mother's motive is.
When the Other Mother and Other Father attempt to persuade Coraline to sew buttons into her eyes, the framed silhouettes on the wall are representations of the three ghost children.
At the end of the movie as the camera zooms out from everyone in the garden we can see the landscaping resembles "Other" Mother's true face as opposed to Coraline's like it was in the "other" world.
When the Other Wybie rescues Coraline from behind the mirror, he is wearing a mask that looks like a chicken. This is the oven mitt that the Other Mother uses the first time Coraline visits.
The ghost children's name for the Other Mother is "the Beldam. The poem is about a knight who meets a "full beautiful She takes the knight "to her elfin grot," where she enchants him, but he dreams of others - "pale kings, and princes too" - who warn him that she has him in her thrall.
The M. In addition, the English word "beldam," according to a glance at the dictionary, will reveal that the word has two meanings: "an old, ugly woman" also a hag or witch , or "grandmother".
When Coraline suggests to the Other Mother that they play hide and seek during her first visit, the lightning outside of the window briefly takes the shape of the Other Mother's hand, as do the tree branches on the downed log when Coraline first apologizes to the cat for calling him a "wuss puss.
The Other Mother's name "Beldam" is an archaic word meaning: a malicious and ugly woman, especially an old one; a witch.
It was once traditional on Halloween night for kids to dare each other to knock on the neighborhood Beldam's door an elderly woman living near them.
In many stories, a Beldam closely resembles a spider and lures children into her home with candy and treats, only to trap them inside a cobweb and liquefy their innards with venom.
In other variations, the Beldam just traps kids in her home and eats them. The 'Spider and the Fly' poem is similar to these stories.
In Coraline, many of the happenings in the film are also similar to these stories and that poem. Curiously, the term 'Beldam' is believed to have stemmed from 'Belle Dame' French for 'beautiful lady' from the fairy tale 'La Belle Dame Sans Merci', which again parallels the events of Coraline.
After school uniform shopping, when Coraline and her mother pull into the driveway of The Pink Palace, you can see the front of their car is cracked from the accident that her mother references.
This is the reason for her neck brace. They also drive a Volkswagen beetle, which is another reference to insects, many examples of which are seen throughout the film.
Towards the end of the movie, Coraline's real mother puts away a toy tank. The tank closely resembles the first ever tank, the British Mark I, nicknamed "Mother".
As the Other Mother becomes her true self, we see more insect-like characteristics appear. The Other Mother is an expert at sewing, her clothes become reminiscent of an insect's thorax and abdomen, and in her final form as a spider, the Other Mother hunts in her web containing the bug furniture that resemble previously caught prey by vibration just like a real spider.
The Other Mother is never seen eating at any of the dinner scenes. The only thing she eats are the cocoa beetles.
This is most likely due to her wanting to "eat" Coraline's life. During the first scene set in Coraline's bedroom you can see that the photo frame containing the photo of her friends from back home is set on a stand in the shape of a Praying Mantis.
This links to the Praying Mantis tractor that the 'Other' Father drives later on in the film. The three wonders the Other Mother makes for Coraline are references to the real world, as are what the Other people become when the Other world starts to fall apart.
The Other Father becomes a pumpkin in the garden, a reference to the real Father's job; the Other Bobinsky simply becomes rats in a costume, a reference to the real Bobinsky's jumping mice; and the Other Spink and Other Forcible are represented as candy, a reference to the real Spink and Forcible's taffy collection.
During the meal with the Other Mother the Welcome home cake features a double loop on the O in home but not in welcome.
According to Graphology, a double loop on a lower case O means that the person who wrote it is lying. There is only one double loop, meaning she is welcome but she is not home.
At the end of the movie, the clouds moving away from the moon are in the shapes of the Other Mother's hands. When Miss Spink and Miss Forcible are arguing over whether Coraline's tea leaves are a "peculiar hand" or a "giraffe" technically they are both correct.
The giraffe is a hint to where the beldam hides her parents, because they are in the zoo snowglobe. The strange object that Miss Spink and Miss Forcible give Coraline on her second visit to their apartment is an adder stone.
According to European mythology, adder stones have magical powers, such as the ability to see through witch disguises and traps if looked at through the middle of the stone.
Coraline does just this in the Other World to find the ghost children's real eyes. Every scene in the real world has dark clouds around it, except for the end of the film.
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