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Mirrormask ()


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In a fantasy world of opposing kingdoms, a fifteen-year-old girl must find the fabled MirrorMask in order to save the kingdom and get home.

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Helena / Anti-Helena
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Valentine
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Morris Campbell / Prime Minister
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Joanne Campbell / Queen of Light / Queen of Shadows
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Aunt Nan
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Librarian
Andy Hamilton ...
Small Hairy
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Sphinx
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Cops 1-4
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Gryphon
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Mrs. Bagwell
Eve Pearce ...
Future Fruit Lady
Nik Robson ...
Pingo / Bing (as Nik Robinson)
Victoria Williams ...
Nurse
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Man In a Box
Gina D'Angelo ...
Heir of Insanity Woman
Simon Schofield ...
Heir of Insanity Man
Silvia Fratelli ...
Mimbre
Lina Johansson ...
Mimbre
Emma Noris ...
Mimbre (as Emma Norin)
Peachi Pangea ...
Pyrotechnic Artist
Mark Tate ...
Stilt Walker
Richard Thompson ...
Tat - The Strongman / Gorilla
Robin Thompson ...
Magician
Iain Ballamy ...
Circus band - band leader and soprano sax
Chris Batchelor ...
Circus band - trumpet
Stian Carstensen ...
Circus band - button accordian
Martin France ...
Circus band - drum kit
Stuart Hall ...
Circus band - violin and banjo
Dave Powell ...
Circus band - sousaphone
Trifon Trifanov ...
Circus band - alto sax
Peter Borroughs ...
Red Troll
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Yellow Gnome
Kerry Jay ...
Music Box Dancer
Fiona Reynard ...
Receptionist
Nick Dainton ...
Politician / Monkeybirds
Nick Jackson ...
Male Giant / Mr. Shoe-Thing / Monkeybirds
Mark Perry ...
Politician / Monkeybirds
Kate Robbins ...
Female Giant / Mrs. Shoe-Thing / Chicken
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Ticket Buyer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Dave McKean

Written by

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Neil Gaiman ... (story) &
Dave McKean ... (story)
 
Neil Gaiman ... (teleplay)

Produced by

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Martin G. Baker ... executive producer
Lisa Henson ... executive producer
Simon Moorhead ... producer
Michael Polis ... executive producer

Music by

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Iain Ballamy

Cinematography by

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Antony Shearn

Film Editing by

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Nicolas Gaster

Editorial Department

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Ruth Coulson ... first assistant editor
Keith Mottram ... post-production conforming editor: HDTV
Sandeep Sheth ... post-production staff assistant

Casting By

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Louis Hammond

Production Design by

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Dave McKean

Art Direction by

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Zöe Trodden ... supervising art director

Costume Design by

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Robert Lever

Makeup Department

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Michele Davidson Bell ... hair designer (as Michelle Davison-Bell) / makeup designer (as Michelle Davison-Bell)
Sam Smart ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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Tessa Beazley ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Janine Bevan ... third assistant director
Oli Blanc ... second assistant director
Jo Lea ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Guy Bernard ... construction manager
Paul Frost ... production buyer
Justin Hayzelden ... stand-by props
Greg Mason ... painter
Gwen Murray ... art department trainee: FT2
Ashley Murray-Fowler ... carpenter
Gary Nutkins ... trainee carpenter
Stuart Walpole ... stand-by props
Kate Wicks ... production buyer
Jason Wood ... property master
James Wright ... carpenter

Sound Department

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John Crossland ... boom operator
Pete Freshney ... boom operator
Dan Green ... adr recordist
David Hunt ... sound effects editor
Hugh Johnson ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Melissa Lake ... foley artist
Gareth Llewellyn ... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Paul Miller ... boom operator
Stefan Mørk ... dialogue editor
James Perry ... adr recordist
Ian Sands ... production sound mixer
Larry Sider ... supervising sound editor
Barnaby Smyth ... foley supervisor (as Barnaby Smith) / sound designer (as Barnaby Smith)
Richard Stockdale ... dolby sound consultant
Joakim Sundström ... supervising sound editor
Jason Swanscott ... foley artist
David Turner ... sound technical coordinator
Alan Cridford ... location music mixer (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Kevin Baguley ... digital coordinator
Dave Barnard ... post production technical supervisor
Pete Coogan ... managing director: Jim Henson's Creature Shop
Jocelyn Deborne ... systems administrator
Daniel Gerhardt ... animator / digital effects artist
Pawel Grochola ... animator / digital effects artist
Arjun Gupte ... animator / digital effects artist
Peter Guyan ... systems engineer: Jim Henson's Creature Shop
Alexis Hall ... lead animator / lead digital effects artist
Trevor Harvey ... animator / digital effects artist
Richard Hince ... head of motion capture: Artem Digital
Sean Hince ... motion capture supervisor
Eliot Hobdell ... render wrangler
Katja Hollmann ... digital lab supervisor: Lipsync Post
Christian Jelen ... animator / digital effects artist
Jordan Kirk ... animator / digital effects artist
Ellie Koorlander ... animator / digital effects artist
Paul Lee ... animator / digital effects artist
Katy Lemon ... scanning and recording: Lip Sync Post
Dave McKean ... compositor / texture artist
Max McMullin ... CGI producer / CGI supervisor
Matt Middleton ... digital effects artist / lead animator (as Matthew Middleton) / lead digital effects artist (as Matthew Middleton)
Jamie Niman ... animator / digital effects artist
Mike J. Nixon ... lead animator (as Michael Nixon) / lead digital effects artist (as Michael Nixon)
Evelina Persson ... animator / digital effects artist
Mark J.G. Smith ... render wrangler
Martin Stacey ... animator / digital effects artist
Ross Stansfield ... animator / digital effects artist
Toby Taplin ... lead animator / lead digital effects artist
Sian Townson ... biomechanist (as Sian Lawson)
Dave Walker ... animator / digital effects artist
Keith Mottram ... digital compositor (uncredited)
Kevin Phelan ... head of post production: Lip Sync Post (uncredited)

Stunts

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Stuart St. Paul ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Andy Bell ... electrician
Steve Blythe ... electrician / generator operator
Roy Elston ... rigger
Avelino Fernandez ... electrician (as Avalino Fernandez)
Kate Filby ... second assistant camera: re-shoots
Mike Gianotti ... electrician
Colin Ginger ... crane operator
Michael Green ... focus puller "a" camera
Gwilym Hoosen-Owen ... electrician (as Gwilyn Hoosen-Owen)
Vanessa Kellas ... still photographer
Jody Knight ... grip
Nathan Mann ... first assistant camera
Jem Morton ... key grip
Pete Murray ... Steadicam operator
Mark Nutkins ... second second assistant camera
Sigge Rosen Rawlings ... video assistant operator (as Siggi Rosen-Rawlings)
Mark Spencer ... still photographer
Bill Vanderkris ... grip
Aaron Walters ... best boy
Gavin Walters ... gaffer
Colleen Webley ... second assistant camera
Dave Wells ... daily grip trainee
Antony Shearn ... camera operator (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Becky Brown ... costume assistant (as Rebecca Brown)
Yvonne Duckett ... costume assistant
Debbie O'Brien ... costume assistant (as Debbie O'Brian)
Nathalie Pateman ... costume assistant
Jane Spicer ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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Iain Ballamy ... music arranger / music mixer / music producer
Igor Outkine ... musician
Ashley Slater ... music mixer / music producer / music programmer / music recordist

Transportation Department

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Mickey Atkins ... driver: minibus
John Hogben ... location driver
Bill Lilburn ... location driver
Fred Russell ... location driver
Micky Webb ... location driver (as Mickey Webb)

Other crew

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Tim Adnitt ... copyist
Jane Ballamy ... coordinator: circus performers
Brittan Brown ... post-production accounting services
Valentina Coccia ... production coordinator
Victor Gallucci ... stand-in
Nicole Goldman ... unit publicist
Louise Green ... assistant accountant
Kathy Hughes ... script supervisor
Kevin Kelly ... assistant: Lisa Henson
Nikki Lucas ... juggling double: Stephanie Leonidas
Anton Mackman ... juggling double: Rob Brydon
Andy Matthews ... stand-in
John O'Quigley ... operator: filmstream s-2 storage
Bill Riddlaw ... unit nurse
John Sargent ... financial controller
Lara Sargent ... first assistant accountant
Michael Scanlon ... floor runner
Heather Taylor ... script supervisor
Martin Vance ... unit nurse
Martin Warnes ... unit nurse
Mark Williams ... copyist
Daniel Grant ... production assistant (uncredited)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In a fantasy world of opposing kingdoms, a 15-year-old girl named Helena who works at the family circus with her father and mother, who wishes--quite ironically--that she could run away from the circus and join 'real life'. But such is not to be the case, as she finds herself on a strange journey into the Dark Lands, a fantastic landscape filled with giants, Monkeybirds and dangerous sphinxes. She must find the fabled MirrorMask in order to save the kingdom and get back home. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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Taglines An extraordinary dream quest to rescue a world out of balance. See more »
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Also Known As
  • La máscara de cristal (Spain)
  • Дзеркальна маска (Ukraine)
  • Carobna maska (Croatia)
  • Lustrzana maska (Poland)
  • Зеркальная маска (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 101 min
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Budget $4,000,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia According to an interview with Neil Gaiman, the original computers used to do all of the CG were named after the Beatles (John, Paul, Ringo, George). Later a fifth computer was required, so it was named Yoko. Soon after the fifth computer was introduced, the network crashed and could not be restored properly ("the computers refused to talk to each other"). A new server and computers were purchased and named after The Ramones (Joey, Jonny, DeeDee and Tommy). Gaiman said "I wish I knew more about the history of The Ramones; the computers performed brilliantly, vibrantly and died an untimely - and early - death" See more »
Goofs Dwarf actor Peter Burroughs is misspelled in the end credits. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Into the Blue/Serenity/The Greatest Game Ever Played/Mirrormask/Capote/The Prizewinner of Defiance, Ohio (2005). See more »
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Quotes Valentine: I'm an important person you see. I have a tower, a wonderful tower it was, tall and grand.
Helena: Are you?
Valentine: Of course.
Helena: Where is your tower then?
Valentine: We aren't talking... We had an argument, you see.
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