It’s awards season. The Golden Globes will air January 17, with Ricky Gervais hosting.
It’s not the nomination, but the thank you that matters, right?
“A huge thank you to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, I am truly humbled and grateful. This whole ride has been such an unbelievable blessing, I am honored to share this with the Coen Brothers and the rest of the A SERIOUS MAN family.”
-Michael Stuhlbarg (Best Actor Comedy or Musical) for A SERIOUS MAN
“This Golden Globe nomination is sweet validation for the years of hard work it took to bring Coraline to life using stop-motion animation with the greatest crew of animators, artists, and technicians I’ve ever been privileged to work with. I share this nomination with all of them and we all share our thanks to the Hollywood Foreign Press.”
– Henry Selick, director/screenwriter and producer (Best Animated Feature Film) for CORALINE
“It is a very pleasant surprise and honor for our movie to be recognized with this nomination. The hundreds of artists who worked so hard and for so long on Coraline all share in the joy.”
– Bill Mechanic, producer (Best Animated Feature Film) for CORALINE
“We are extremely proud to be honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s nomination of our company’s first film, CORALINE. We’re also thankful that the uniquely talented team in Portland who helped to create such a magical movie is being recognized for their work — especially in a year where there are so many extraordinary animated films.”
– Claire Jennings, Producer (Best Animated Feature Film) for CORALINE
“We are so grateful to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association for its Golden Globe nomination of Coraline. In honoring Coraline, the HFPA recognizes the extraordinary vision of Henry Selick, and the talent of all of the artists who brought Coraline to life. All of us at LAIKA are incredibly proud of our motley band of dedicated artists, storytellers and dreamers.”
– Travis Knight, President/CEO LAIKA (Best Animated Feature Film) for CORALINE