ACMI presents

Coraline

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About the program

Caught up in a parallel world of creepy dolls, Coraline learns appearances can be deceptive. This mesmerising adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s book will keep students on the edge of their seats. In our talk we focus on the film as a fantasy narrative and introduce strategies for exploring film texts. 

This program runs for approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. This includes a screening of the film, a short interval and a 30 minute lecture.

To make a new booking, a minimum of 50 students is required.

Henry Selick, 100 mins, USA, 2009, PG

Enquiries

Request a Term 1 2019 booking