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Hugo is a 2011 American adventure drama film directed and produced by Martin Scorsese, and adapted for the screen by John Logan. Based on Brian Selznick s 2007 book The Invention of Hugo Cabret, it tells the story of a boy who lives alone in the Gare Montparnasse railway station in Paris in the 1930s, only to become embroiled in a mystery surrounding his late father s automaton and the pioneering filmmaker Georges Méliès.

Hugo is Scorsese s first film shot in 3D, about which the filmmaker remarked, I found 3D to be really interesting, because the actors were more upfront emotionally. Their slightest move, their slightest intention is picked up much more precisely. The film was released in the United States on November 23, 2011.

Hugo received 11 Academy Award nominations (including Best Picture), more than any other film that year, winning five: Best Cinematography, Best Art Direction, Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing, and Best Visual Effects. It was also nominated for eight BAFTAs, including a Best Director nomination (for Scorsese) and winning two, and was nominated for three Golden Globe awards, earning Scorsese his third Golden Globe Award for Best Director. Despite receiving acclaim from critics, the film was considered a box office disappointment, grossing just $185 million against its estimated $150 million budget.


In 1931 Paris, 12-year-old Hugo Cabret lives with his widowed father, a clockmaker who works at a museum. Hugo s father finds a broken automaton – a mechanical man created to write with a pen. He and Hugo try to repair it, documenting their work in a notebook. When his father dies in a fire, Hugo goes to live with his father s alcoholic brother, Uncle Claude, who maintains the clocks at Gare Montparnasse railway station. When Claude goes missing, Hugo continues maintaining the clocks, fearing that the Station Inspector named Gustave Dasté will send him away if Claude s absence is discovered. Hugo attempts to repair the automaton with stolen parts, believing it contains a message from his father, but the machine requires a heart-shaped key.

Hugo is caught stealing parts from a toy store, and the owner, Georges, takes his notebook, threatening to destroy it. Georges goddaughter Isabelle suggests that Hugo confront Georges and demand it back. Georges proposes that Hugo work at his toy store as recompense, and after some time he might return the notebook. Hugo accepts and commences work, in addition to his job maintaining the clocks. Isabelle and Hugo become fast friends, and Hugo is astonished to see she wears a heart-shaped key, given to her by Georges. Hugo shows her the automaton, which they activate with the key. It draws a scene from the 1902 film A Trip to the Moon, once described to Hugo by his father. Isabelle identifies the drawing s signature as that of Georges Méliès – her godfather. She sneaks Hugo into her home, where they find a hidden cache of drawings, but they are discovered by Georges.

Several days later, at the Film Academy Library, Hugo and Isabelle find a book about the history of cinema that praises Méliès contributions. They meet the book s author, René Tabard, a film expert who is surprised to hear Méliès is alive, as he disappeared after World War I along with the copies of his films. Excited at the chance to meet Méliès again, René agrees to meet Isabelle and Hugo at Georges home to show his copy of A Trip to the Moon.

Finding the heart-shaped key on the station railway tracks, Hugo drops down to the track to retrieve it, and is run over by an out-of-control train that smashes through the station. He wakes up from the nightmare, but hears an ominous ticking emanating from himself, and discovers he has been turned into the automaton. Hugo wakes up again: it was only another nightmare.

At Georges’ home, his wife Jeanne allows them in after René recognises her as Jeanne d Alcy, an actress in many of Méliès films. They play the film, waking Georges, who is finally convinced to cherish his accomplishments rather than regret his lost dreams. Georges recounts that, as a stage magician, he was fascinated by motion pictures and used film to create imaginative works through his Star Film Company. Forced into bankruptcy after the war, he closed his studio and sold his films. He laments that even an automaton he built and donated to a museum was lost; Hugo realizes it is the one he has repaired.

Hugo races to the station to retrieve the automaton but is caught by Gustave, who has learned of Claude s death. Gustave threatens to take Hugo to the orphanage. Hugo runs away and manages to evade Gustave by hiding on the outer face of the clock tower, precariously balancing hundreds of feet above the ground. After climbing back down, Hugo races to escape the station but drops the automaton on the tracks. He jumps down to retrieve it and is almost run over by a train, but Gustave saves him and the automaton. Georges arrives and tells Gustave, This boy belongs to me.

Sometime later, Georges is named a professor at the Film Academy, and is paid tribute through a showcase of his films recovered by René. Hugo and his new family celebrate at the apartment, and Isabelle begins to write down Hugo s own story.


  • Asa Butterfield as Hugo Cabret
  • Chloë Grace Moretz as Isabelle
  • Ben Kingsley as Georges Méliès / Papa Georges
  • Sacha Baron Cohen as Inspector Gustave Dasté
  • Ray Winstone as Claude Cabret
  • Emily Mortimer as Lisette
  • Jude Law as Mr. Cabret
  • Helen McCrory as Jehanne D Alcy / Mama Jeanne
  • Michael Stuhlbarg as René Tabard
  • Christopher Lee as Monsieur Labisse
  • Frances de la Tour as Madame Emile
  • Richard Griffiths as Monsieur Frick
  • Kevin Eldon as policeman
  • Gulliver McGrath as young Tabard
  • Angus Barnett as a cinema manager
  • Ben Addis as Salvador Dalí
  • Emil Lager as Django Reinhardt
  • Robert Gill as James Joyce
  • Marco Aponte as Train Engineer Assistant

Michael Pitt, Martin Scorsese, and Brian Selznick have cameo roles.



GK Films acquired the screen rights to The Invention of Hugo Cabret shortly after the book was published in 2007. Initially, Chris Wedge was signed in to direct the adaptation and John Logan was contracted to write the screenplay. The film was initially titled Hugo Cabret. Several actors were hired, including Ben Kingsley, Sacha Baron Cohen, Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Helen McCrory. Jude Law, Ray Winstone, Christopher Lee, Frances de la Tour, and Richard Griffiths later joined the project. Hugo was originally budgeted at $100 million, but ran over with a final budget between $156 million and $170 million. In February 2012, Graham King summed up his experience of producing Hugo: Let s just say that it hasn t been an easy few months for me—there s been a lot of Ambien involved .


Principal photography began in London on June 29, 2010; the first shooting location was at the Shepperton Studios. The Nene Valley Railway near Peterborough also lent their original Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits rolling stock to the studio.

In August 2010, production moved to Paris for two weeks. Locations included the Sainte-Geneviève Library, the Sorbonne (where a lecture hall was converted into a 1930s cinema hall) in the 5th arrondissement, and the Théâtre de l Athénée and its surrounding area in the 9th. High school Lycée Louis-le-Grand served as the film s base of operations in Paris; its cafeteria served 700 meals a day for the cast and crew.


The film s soundtrack includes an Oscar-nominated original score composed by Howard Shore, and also makes prominent use of the Danse macabre by Camille Saint-Saëns and Gnossienne No. 1 by Erik Satie. Additional music was provided uncredited by French pianist and composer Jean-Michel Bernard. The singer Zaz performs on track 20, Cœur volant .

All music is composed by Howard Shore.

No. Title Length
1. The Thief 4:20
2. The Chase 2:50
3. The Clocks 4:28
4. Snowfall 1:50
5. Hugo s Father 3:24
6. Ashes 2:33
7. The Station Inspector 1:10
8. Bookstore 1:51
9. The Movies 1:29
10. The Message 4:36
11. The Armoire 2:32
12. Purpose 2:04
13. The Plan 2:48
14. Trains 2:50
15. Papa George Made Movies 1:52
16. The Invention of Dreams 6:28
17. A Ghost in the Station 6:00
18. A Train Arrives in the Station 3:25
19. The Magician 2:33
20. Cœur volant 4:19
21. Winding It Up 4:11
Total length: 1:07:33


The film premiered at the NYFF on October 10, 2011, was theatrically released on November 23, 2011, by Paramount Pictures, and was released on DVD and Blu-ray on February 28, 2012, by Paramount Home Entertainment. Hugo was also the final film to feature the 2002–2011 Paramount Pictures logo, as the studio adopted a new opening logo for its 100th anniversary beginning the next month on December 7, 2011. Hugo has grossed $34.3 million in home video revenue.

The film had its UK premiere at the Royal Film Performance, an event held in aid of the Film & TV Charity, on November 28, 2011, at the ODEON Leicester Square. It was attended by the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.

The film debuted on the streaming service Paramount+ on January 5, 2022, and then debuted on HBO Max on April 1, 2022.

Historical references

The backstory and primary features of Georges Méliès life as depicted in the film are largely accurate: He became interested in film after seeing a demonstration of the Lumière brothers camera; he was a magician and toymaker; he experimented with automata; he owned a theatre (Théâtre Robert-Houdin); he was forced into bankruptcy; his film stock was reportedly melted down for its celluloid; he became a toy salesman at the Montparnasse station, and he was eventually awarded the Légion d honneur medal after a period of terrible neglect. Many of the early silent films shown in the movie are Méliès actual works, such as Le voyage dans la lune (1902). However, the film does not mention Méliès two children, his brother Gaston (who worked with Méliès during his film-making career), or his first wife Eugénie, who was married to Méliès during the time he made films (and who died in 1913). The film shows Méliès married to Jeanne d Alcy during their filmmaking period, when in reality they did not marry until 1925.

The automaton s design was inspired by the Maillardet s automaton made by the Swiss watchmaker Henri Maillardet, which Selznick had seen in the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, as well as the Jaquet-Droz automaton the writer . A portion of the scene with Harold Lloyd in Safety Last! (1923), hanging from the clock, is shown when the main characters sneak into a movie theater. Later, Hugo, like Lloyd in Safety Last!, hangs from the hands of a large clock on a clock tower to escape from a pursuer.

Several viewings of the 1895 film L Arrivée d un train en gare de La Ciotat are portrayed, depicting the shocked reaction of the audience—although this view is in doubt.

Emil Lager, Ben Addis, and Robert Gill make cameo appearances as the father of Gypsy jazz guitar, Django Reinhardt, the Spanish surrealist painter, Salvador Dalí, and the Irish writer James Joyce, respectively. The names of all three characters appear towards the end of the film s cast credit list.

The book that Monsieur Labisse gives Hugo as a gift, Robin Hood le proscrit (Robin Hood the outlaw), was written by Alexandre Dumas in 1864 as a French translation of an 1838 work by Pierce Egan the Younger in England. The book is symbolic, as Hugo must avoid the righteous law enforcement (Inspector Gustave) to live in the station and later to restore the automaton both to a functioning status and to its rightful owner. The particular copy given to Hugo looks like the 1917 English-language edition (David McKay publisher, Philadelphia, United States) with cover and interior illustrations by N.C. Wyeth, but with Le Proscrit added to the cover by the prop department. The film also depicts the Montparnasse derailment, when at 4:00 pm on 22 October 1895, the Granville–Paris Express overran the buffer stop at its Gare Montparnasse terminus.

In their confrontation with the Station Inspector, Isabelle claims she named her cat after the famous poet Christina Rossetti, as Isabelle then begins to recite the first lines of Rossetti s poem A Birthday . Near the end of the film, Georges is in a discussion about the origins of filmmaking, and he and Jeanne mention the cave pictographs in Niaux . This is a reference to the Cave of Niaux archeological site, which feature ancient wall paintings that are thought to be made 17,000 to 11,000 years ago.


Box office performance

Hugo earned $15.4 million over its Thanksgiving weekend debut. It went on to earn US$73,864,507 domestically and $111,905,653 overseas, for a worldwide gross of $185,770,160. Despite praise from critics, Hugo was cited as one of the year s notable box-office flops. Its perceived failure was due to competition with Disney s The Muppets and Summit s Breaking Dawn Part 1. The film was estimated to have had a net loss of $100 million. Producer Graham King said that the film s box-office results were painful. There s no finger-pointing—I m the producer and I take the responsibility, he said. Budget-wise, there just wasn t enough prep time and no one really realized how complicated doing a 3D film was going to be. I went through three line-producers because no one knew exactly what was going on. Do I still think it s a masterpiece that will be talked about in 20 years? Yes. But once the schedule started getting out of whack, things just spiraled and spiraled and that s when the avalanche began.

Critical reception

On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes the film holds an approval rating of 93% based on 230 reviews, with an average rating of 8.30/10. The website s critical consensus reads, Hugo is an extravagant, elegant fantasy with an innocence lacking in many modern kids movies, and one that emanates an unabashed love for the magic of cinema. Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 83 out of 100, based on 41 critics, indicating universal acclaim . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film four out of four stars, saying that the film is unlike any other film Martin Scorsese has ever made, and yet possibly the closest to his heart: a big-budget, family epic in 3-D, and in some ways, a mirror of his own life. We feel a great artist has been given command of the tools and resources he needs to make a movie about—movies. Peter Rainer of The Christian Science Monitor gave it a B+ grade and termed it as an odd mixture: a deeply personal impersonal movie and concluded that Hugo is a mixed bag but one well worth rummaging through. Christy Lemire said that the film had an abundant love of the power of film; being a hardcore cinephile (like Scorsese) might add a layer of enjoyment, but it certainly isn t a prerequisite for walking in the door besides being slightly repetitive and overlong . Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune give it three stars and described it as rich and stimulating even when it wanders, explaining every locale in Scorsese s vision of 1931 Paris looks and feels like another planet. The filmmaker embraces storybook artifice as wholeheartedly as he relays the tale s lessons in the importance of film preservation. Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal said that Hugo visually … is a marvel, but dramatically it s a clockwork lemon .

Hugo was selected for the Royal Film Performance 2011 with a screening at the Odeon, Leicester Square, in London on 28 November 2011 in the presence of the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall in support of the Cinema and Television Benevolent Fund. Richard Corliss of Time named it one of the Top 10 Best Movies of 2011, saying that Scorsese s love poem, rendered gorgeously in 3-D, restores both the reputation of an early pioneer and the glory of movie history—the birth of a popular art form given new life through a master s application of the coolest new techniques . James Cameron called Hugo a masterpiece and that the film had the best use of 3D had seen, surpassing even his own acclaimed films.

Top-ten lists

The film appeared on the following critics lists of the top-ten films of 2011:

Critic Publication Rank
David Denby The New Yorker 1st
Sean Hobbit Freelance 1st
Elizabeth Weitzman New York Daily News 1st
Harry Knowles Ain t It Cool News 1st
Shawn Levy The Oregonian (Portland) 1st
Glenn Kenny MSN Movies 2nd
Peter Hartlaub San Francisco Chronicle 2nd
Richard Corliss Time 2nd
Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times 4th
Lisa Schwarzbaum Entertainment Weekly 4th
Peter Paras E! Online 5th
MTV 5th
Todd McCarthy The Hollywood Reporter 6th
Peter Travers Rolling Stone 6th
TV Guide 7th
J. Hoberman The Village Voice 8th
Noel Murray The A.V. Club 9th
Mark Kermode BBC Radio 5 Live 9th
Kim Morgan MSN Movies 9th
Keith Phipps A.V. Club 9th
Sean Axmaker MSN Movies 10th
Glenn Heath Jr. Slant Magazine 10th
Jeff Simon The Buffalo News
Manohla Dargis The New York Times
Phillip French The Observer


List of awards and nominations
Award / Film Festival Date of Ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result
Academy Awards February 26, 2012 Best Picture Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay John Logan Nominated
Best Art Direction Art Direction: Dante Ferretti;
Set Decoration: Francesca Lo Schiavo
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Won
Best Costume Design Sandy Powell Nominated
Best Film Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Nominated
Best Original Score Howard Shore Nominated
Best Sound Editing Philip Stockton and Eugene Gearty Won
Best Sound Mixing Tom Fleischman and John Midgley Won
Best Visual Effects Robert Legato, Joss Williams, Ben Grossmann, and Alex Henning Won
Argentine Academy of Cinematography Arts and Sciences Awards December 5, 2012 Best Foreign Film Graham King, Timothy Headington, Martin Scorsese, and Johnny Depp Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 10, 2012 Best Picture Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay John Logan Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Won
American Society of Cinematographers February 12, 2012 Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography in a Feature Film Robert Richardson Nominated
Art Directors Guild February 4, 2012 Period Film Dante Ferretti Won
Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards January 27, 2012 Best Film – International Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Direction – International Martin Scorsese Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics Award December 11, 2011 Best Director Martin Scorsese Won
Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson 2nd Place
Best Editing Thelma Schoonmaker 2nd Place
British Academy Film Awards February 12, 2012 Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Original Score Howard Shore Nominated
Best Sound Philip Stockton, Eugene Gearty, Tom Fleischman, and John Midgley Won
Best Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Nominated
Best Production Design Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo Won
Best Costume Design Sandy Powell Nominated
Best Makeup and Hair Morag Ross and Jan Archibald Nominated
Critics Choice Awards January 12, 2012 Best Picture Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Young Actor/Actress Asa Butterfield Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay John Logan Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Nominated
Best Production Design/Art Direction Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo Won
Best Score Howard Shore Nominated
Best Costume Design Sandy Powell Nominated
Best Visual Effects Robert Legato Nominated
Best Sound Philip Stockton, Eugene Gearty, Tom Fleischman, and John Midgley Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association January 7, 2012 Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Original Score Howard Shore Nominated
David di Donatello Awards May 4, 2012 Best Foreign Film Hugo Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society December 16, 2011 Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards December 19, 2011 Best Director Martin Scorsese Won
Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Production Design/Art Direction Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo Won
Golden Globe Awards January 15, 2012 Best Director Martin Scorsese Won
Best Motion Picture – Drama Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Original Score Howard Shore Nominated
Golden Trailer Awards May 31, 2012 Best Animation/Family Imagine Nominated
Best Animation/Family TV Spot Hugo Nominated
Grammy Awards February 10, 2013 Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media Howard Shore Nominated
Hugo Awards September 2, 2012 Best Dramatic Presentation, Long Form Martin Scorsese and John Logan Nominated
Indiana Film Critics Association Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Musical Score Howard Shore Nominated
Las Vegas Film Critics Society December 13, 2011 Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Family Film Hugo Won
Best Film Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Won
Best Youth in Film Asa Butterfield Won
National Board of Review Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Won
Best Director Martin Scorsese Won
New York Film Critics Circle Award November 29, 2011 Best Director Martin Scorsese 2nd Place
Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese 3rd Place
Online Film Critics Society Awards January 2, 2012 Best Picture Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Phoenix Film Critics Society December 27, 2011 Best Picture Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay John Logan Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Production Design Dante Ferretti Won
Best Costume Design Sandy Powell Nominated
Best Visual Effects Robert Legato Won
Best Live Action Family Film Hugo Nominated
Ray Bradbury Award May 18, 2013 Ray Bradbury Award for Outstanding Dramatic Presentation Martin Scorsese and John Logan Nominated
Satellite Awards December 19, 2011 Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Art Direction and Production Design Dante Ferretti and Francesca Lo Schiavo Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Visual Effects Robert Legato Won
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards December 14, 2011 Best Production Design Dante Ferretti Won
Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay John Logan Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Nominated
Best Score Howard Shore Nominated
Saturn Awards June 20, 2012 Best Fantasy Film Hugo Nominated
Best Actor Ben Kingsley Nominated
Best Performance by a Younger Actor Asa Butterfield Nominated
Chloë Grace Moretz Nominated
Best Director Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Writing John Logan Nominated
Best Music Howard Shore Nominated
Best Costume Sandy Powell Nominated
Best Production Design Dante Ferretti Won
Best Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Nominated
Visual Effects Society Awards February 7, 2012 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture Ben Grossmann, Alex Henning, Rob Legato, Karen Murphy Won
Outstanding Models in a Feature Motion Picture Scott Beverly for Train Crash Nominated
Outstanding Virtual Cinematography in a Live Action Feature Motion Picture Martin Chamney, Rob Legato, Adam Watkins, Fabio Zangla Won
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards December 5, 2011 Best Director Martin Scorsese Won
Best Art Direction Dante Derretti Won
Best Film Graham King and Martin Scorsese Nominated
Best Acting Ensemble Hugo Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay John Logan Nominated
Best Cinematography Robert Richardson Nominated
Best Score Howard Shore Nominated
World Soundtrack Academy October 20, 2012 Best Original Score of the Year Howard Shore Nominated
Soundtrack Composer of the Year Nominated
Young Artist Awards May 6, 2012 Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actor Asa Butterfield Nominated
Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress Chloë Grace Moretz Won

Year 2011
ReleaseDate 2011-11-23
RuntimeMins 126
RuntimeStr 2h 6min
Plot In 1931 Paris, an orphan living in the walls of a train station gets wrapped up in a mystery involving his late father and an automaton.
Awards Won 5 Oscars, 61 wins & 192 nominations total
Directors Martin Scorsese
Writers John Logan, Brian Selznick
Stars Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, Christopher Lee
Produced by John Bernard, David Crockett, Barbara De Fina, Christi Dembrowski, Johnny Depp, Tim Headington, Georgia Kacandes, Graham King, Charles Newirth, Martin Scorsese, Emma Tillinger Koskoff
Music by Howard Shore
Cinematography by Robert Richardson
Film Editing by Thelma Schoonmaker
Casting By Ellen Lewis
Production Design by Dante Ferretti
Art Direction by Martin Foley, Christian Huband, Rod McLean, Stuart Rose, Luca Tranchino, David Warren, Dimitri Capuani, Steve Carter
Set Decoration by Francesca Lo Schiavo
Costume Design by Sandy Powell
Makeup Department Jo Adams, Gil Allan, Bee Archer, Jan Archibald, Kate Benton, Véronique Boitout, Ann Buchanan, Nicola Buck, Marie-christine Carpentier, Anna Cash, Sharon Colley, Florence Cossutta, Lucas Coulon, Robb Crafer, Fay De Bremaeker, Bénédicte De Lataillade, Nathaniel De Lineadeus, Polly Fehily, Kim Freeland, Cécile Gentilin, Christine Giugno, Richard Glass, Mandy Gold, Mathieu Gueracague, Deborah Jarvis, Angela Kiely, Géraldine Lemaire, Fiona Lobo-Cranston, Jane Logan, Gary Machin, Bettina Miquaix, Lisa Mustafa, Sue Newbould, Kerin Parfitt, Françoise Quilichini, Pascale Recher, Morag Ross, Laura Schalker, Jemma Scott-Knox-Gore, Eric Scruby, Emma Sheldrick, Morag Smith, Rachael Speke, Suzanne Stokes-Munton, Jill Sweeney, Barbara Taylor, Marie-France Thibault, Annie Townsend, Rose Warder, Lucy Willis, Julia Wilson, Emilie Young, Joceline Andrews, Sylvia Atkins, Victoria Bancroft, Belles Berry, Emilie Bourdet, Jessica Brooks, Jana Carboni, Avril Carpentier, Sally Crouch, Konnie Daniel, Catherine Davies, Tamsin Dorling Barbosa, Sarah Downes, Hannah Edwards, Patt Foad, Wendy Kemp Forbes, Paola Gattabrusi, Tiffany Gauci, Marie-Pierre Hattabi, Liberty Haynes, Charlotte Hayward, Stephanie Hovette, Mathilde Humeau, Diane Jaurey, Marianna Kelleher, Denise Kum, Katie Lee, Laura Lilley, Chris Lyons, Nuria Mbomio, Jessica Needham, Julio Parodi, Nina Pratley, Nikita Rae, Aurélie Rameau, Jean-Christophe Roger, Florence Roumieu, Olivier Seyfrid, Andrew Simonin, Zoey Stones, Teri Trowbridge, Melissa van Tongeren, Sophia Weston, Leanne Alison White
Production Management Greenlight Books, Jérôme Boussier, Gilles Castera, Kelley Cribben, Simon Crook, Georgia Kacandes, Angus More Gordon, Charles Newirth, Michael Sharp, David Bell, John David Gunkle, Kevin Jenkins, Scott Rudolph, Michael Solinger, Donald H. Walker
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Danielle Bennett, David Biet, Tom Brewster, Ali Cherkaoui, Fraser Fennell-Ball, Tania Gordon, Richard Graysmark, Toby Hosking, Robert Legato, Sandrine Loisy, Candy Marlowe, Emily Perowne, Christopher Surgent, Mallorie Ballestra-Duquesnoy, George Batchelor, Carole Schmidlin Blanchard, Estelle Bonnet-Gérard, Hélène Fabre, Paul Hayes, Sarah Hood, Ian Hughes, Christian Labarta, Guilhem Malgoire, Lara Marsden, Tom Mulberge, Louis-Julien Petit, Marine van den Broek, Olivier Vergès, Haruyo Yokota
Art Department Michael Acheson, Stéphanie Arnaud, Olivia Aubry, David Balfour, Ken Barley, Edith Baudrand, Dorothée Baussan, Paul Beeson, Mat Bergel, Dean Bird, Fabrice Bourderioux, Martin Boutilié, Dennis Bovington, Joe Bovington, Alastair Bullock, Tristan Carlisle-Kitz, John Chamberlain, Colin Childs, Liz Colbert, Marlon Cole, Darren Connock, Will Coubrough, Luca Crepelle, Stéphane Cressend, Ben Crosby, Gary Crosby, Amanda Dazely, Emmanuel Delis, Ivan Desru, Laura Dishington, David Doran, Peter Dorme, Sally Dray, Clive Drinkall, Judy Ducker, Dean Dunham, Alice Dupré, Sander Ellers, Ludovic Erbelding, Alice Felton, Jordana Finkel, Colin Fox, Michael Gardiner, Charlie Gaynor, Mark Geeson, Dick George, Karl George, Martin George, Sarah Ginn, Daniela Giovannoni, Craig Gleeson, Clare Gosnold, Chris Greenwood, Edward Griffiths, Steph Guerreau, Glenn Haddock, Alex Harwood, Rob Hill, Peter Hooper, Rhys Ifan, Emma Jackson, Scott Keery, Crystal Kenrick, Saïda Kitar, Thomas Kuntz, Emily Kwong, Ronald Lattimore, Peter Lee, Richard Magennis, Steve Malin, Dean Marsh, Stephen McClure, Duncan McDevitt, Jason Meade, Pierre Mendivil, Samir Moundy, Keith Muir, Kelly Neary, Alan Neighbour, Brian Neighbour, Terry Newvell, Dug North, Christine Overs, Andrew Palmer, Robert Park, Vladimir Pavlu, Dave Pearce, Dave Perschky, Kate Pickthall, Maxime Ravaine, Gary Robinson, Adam Rose, Marc Rovere, Mark Russell, Mary Saisselin, Lee Schofield, Nancy Scott, Dominic Sikking, Zoe Smith, Kate Stamp, James Staples, Fred Taylor, Gregor Telfer, Rebecca Thomas, Rebecca Timons, Jenny Tobin, Rebecca Todd, Bradley Torbett, Remo Tozzi, Claudiu Turcanu, Kevin Walker, John Wells, Laurence Wells, Catherine Whiting, Krysia Whitty, Steve Williamson, Carl Wilson, Ashley Winter, Eddie Wolstencroft, Alex Abelman, Sheherazade Achour, John Allen, Gabor Biro, Annie Bishop, François Borgeaud, Alex Bowens, Helena Brackley, Anna Bregman, Claudio Campana, Oliver Carroll, Stuart Chambers, Loïc Chavanon, Mick Chubbock, Ben Collins, Kelvin Cook, James Corker, Steve Court, Valerie Delis, Patrick Dunn-Baker, Chris Edwards, James Enright, Gavin Fitch, Lydia Fry, Carrie Garner, Sonia Gloaguen, Shane Harford, Mark Harris, Rohan Harris, Peter Hawkins, Yannick Heuveline, Alan Hinton, Emily Hubbard, Emily Hubbard, Martin Hubbard, Josh Jones, Natasha Jones, Thomas Jones, Kate Katz, Ben Kendall, Chloe Kletsa, Geraldine Laferte, Dominic Lavery, Chloe Leguay, Gerald Linnane, Sarah Marshall, Paul Mitchell, Jessica Moore, Eddie Murphy, David Nicholson, Michael Parkin, Tanya Peacock, Frank Pitussi, Peter Popken, Ingo Putze, Carly Reddin, Gianpaolo Rifino, Richard Rowntree, Jack Salkeld, Tom Sinden, Alex Smith, Codrina Spataru, Bill Thomas, Ketan Waikar, Amanda Ward
Sound Department Jamie Baker, Kam Chan, Marko A. Costanzo, Chris Fielder, Tom Fleischman, Eugene Gearty, Xylina Golding, Charlotte Gray, Maegan Hayward, Bret Johnson, Frank Kern, George A. Lara, Marissa Littlefield, John Midgley, Samuel Miille, Branka Mrkic, Jordan O Neill, Angela Organ, Silvana Pinto, David Raines, Mike Reardon, Lyndsey Schenk, Martin Seeley, Michael Semanick, Andrew Sissons, Gisburg Smialek, Steve F.B. Smith, Philip Stockton, Clémence Stoloff, Simon Brown, Michael Fowler, Peter Gleaves, Adam Horley, Dash Mason-Malik, Elias Millward, Emmet O Donnell, Andy Stallabrass, Greg Steele, Paul Tirone, Greg Zimmerman
Special Effects by Mick Booys, Frederick Buhagiar, Andy Bunce, Stuart Digby, Brian Duff, Michael Durkan, Tony Edwards, Freddie Joe Farnsworth, Chris Giles, Mark Holdcroft, Derek Jones, Jess Lewington, Stephen Lloyd, Thomas Lloyd, Kevin Lumley, Kevin Mathews, Tom Mcloughlin, Neil Murray, Hayley O Neill, Steve Paton, Stuart Prior, Mark Roberts, Matthew Roberts, Luke Rutter, Shaun Rutter, Andrew Ryan, Keith Shannon, James Smith, David j Watson, Andrea Williams, Andy Williams, Hayley J. Williams, Joss Williams, Ashley Yallop, Nick Bonathan, Jonathan Bullock, Simon Cockren, Noah DePietro, Jonathan Dunn, Patrick Dunn-Baker, Dean Ford, Patrick Gagné, Oliver Guy-Watkins, Mark Hutchinson, Steve Knowles, David McGeary, Martin Marty McLaughlin, Kevin McTurk, Craig Narramore, Delroy Reid, Alistair Williams, James Willis
Visual Effects by Jan Adamczyk, Matt Akey, Danny Albano, Casey Allen, Ana Maria Alvarado, Holli Alvarado, Xuzhen An, Jaroslaw Ancuta, Katarzyna Ancuta, Dane Anderson, Daphne Apellanes-Ackerson, Oliver Arnold, Sarun Auemongkolkarn, Ando Avila, Steve Baker, Scott Balkcom, James Ballan, Craig Barron, Katrina Barton, Geeta Basantani, Tyler Bennink, Irina Bennoit, Brian Berringer, Annalyn Betinol, Jason Bidwell, Jürgen Bilstein, Michelle Blok, Johannes Bogenhauser, Sebastian Bommersheim, Rene Borst, Guy Botham, Anthony Bowden, Colin Brady, Franz Brandstaetter, Anne Marie Breedlove, Decharne Brian, Simon Britnell, Shawn Broes, John Brubaker, Boris Bruchhaus, Erik Bruhwiler, Linus Burghardt, Tom Burton, Sebastian Butenberg, Erin Collins Butler, Hamza Butt, Miguel Diaz Cachero, Paul Campion, Matt Candido, Huseyin Caner, Yingchun Cao, Curtis Carlson, Irfan Celik, Craig Cesareo, Martin Chamney, Chris Chang, Red Charyszyn, Zhongwei Chen, Cheng Cheng, Karen Cheng, Yong Cheng, Ricky Cheung, Emma Brofjorden Chevin, Wally Chin, Frederick Cholewa, Gotthardt-Mills Chris, Darren Christie, August Christman, Sabrina Christoforidis, Genevieve Claire, Trent Claus, Ryan Cleveland, Miodrag Colombo, Noemie Cruciani, Enrico Damm, Iacopo Di Luigi, Doris Ding, John Dinh, Damian Doennig, Nora Rahel Dommer, Boris T. Duepré, Julien Dupuy, Joseph Eapen, Stephen Edwards, Volker Engel, Denny Ertanto, Tyler Esselstrom, Christopher Evans, John Ellis Evans, Richard Ewan, Thilo Ewers, Maeve Eydmann, Hsuanyi Fang, Dean Faulder, Katja Federkiel, Jackie Fenton, Jan Fiedler, Adam Figielski, Brenda Finster, Tommaso Fioretti, Larkin Flynn, David Fonseca, Natasha Anne Francis, Florian Franke, Richard Frazer, Trey Freeman, Patrick Gagné, Micah Gallagher, Christoph Gaudl, Adam Ghering, Jack Shahram Ghoulian, Filippo Giansante, Roger Gibbon, Matt Gibson, Mike Gilbert, Roy Goode, John Goodson, Azzard Gordon, Markus Graf, Matthew Gratzner, Ron Griswold, Jörn Großhans, Ben Grossmann, Tobias Gruenberger, Christopher Grutzmacher, Stefan Guenther, Benson Guo, Divya Gupta, Ebru Gönül, Metin Güngör, Brian Hajek, Matt Hallen, Andy Halseth, Thierry Hamel, Éric Hamel, Qian Han, Marc Hankel, Lisa Hansen, Steven Hansen, Giles Harding, Joe Harkins, Kohl Harrington, Brian Hartshorn, Stuart Haskayne, Chao He, John Healy, Rens Heeren, Stephen Heidelberg, Jan Heinze, Gunnar Heiss, Alex Henning, Isaac Hingley, Adam Hlavac, Xiaoyong Hu, Jill Hunt, Alexander Hupperich, Annemieke Loomis Hutchins, Martin Höhnle, Brad Isdrab, Laura Jacobs, Jin-Ho Jeon, Hongyan Ji, Leo Jia, Marc Joos, Vanja Jozinovic, Martin Jurado, Perry Kain, Eric Kasanowski, Tomi Keeling, Elaine Kelley, Matthew Kemper, Marcel Kern, Katharina Keßler, Tricia Kim, Paul King, Eva Kniel, John Knoll, Leon Kogan, Leonid Kogan, Ivan Kokov, István Veress Kovács, Anthony Kramer, Derek Krauss, Patrick Kreuser, Robert Kriegel, Lon Krung, Norman Krüsmann, Roger Kupelian, Thilo Kuther, Clive Lamming, Jerome Fournier Lanzoni, Richard S. Lee, Katie Legato, Robert Legato, Max Leonard, Sebastian Leutner, Justin Lewers, Jing Li, Li Li, Wenkang Li, Kai Lin, Kristin Link, Noll Linsangan, Heng Liu, Liwen Liu, Michael Alden Lloyd, Jesse Looney, Leon Loukeris, Simon Lower, Philip Lücke, Chenchen Ma, Hugh Macdonald, Michal Maciejewski, Thomas Maksymowiz, Christoph Malessa, Jeffrey Manchester, Kim Mandilag, Javier Marcheselli, Irene Martin, Sven Martin, Tony Masiello, Rob May, Björn Mayer, Robert McInnis, Steven McKendry, Tony Meagher, Oscar Medina, Greg Meeres-Young, Pieter Mentz, Ian Menzies, Christoph Metzger, Rob Meyers, Joanna Migodzinska, Brian David Miller, Mark Miller, Toshiko Miura, Jeanette Monero, Didier Muenza, Patrick Paul Mullane, Dennis Murillo, Karen M. Murphy, Conrad Murrey, Sven Müller, Torsten Neuendorf, Alex Nice, Talon Nightshade, Lukas Niklaus, Thomas Nittmann, Cameron Noble, Travis Nobles, Jonas Noell, Philip Nussbaumer, Jan Oberhauser, Maria Eugenia Ocantos, Jeffrey Odell, Viktorija Ogureckaja, Robert Olsson, Zofie Olsson, Mihaela Orzea, Tobias Ott, Emanuele Paris, Saku Partamies, Isaac Partouche, Nikul Patel, Tobias Pfeiffer, Mark Pinheiro, Caroline Pires, Ed Plant, Armando Plata, Leszek Plichta, Ipyana Ponder, Konstantinos Pontikidis, Eddie Porter, Hannes Poser, Nina Pries, Franzisca Puppe, Ingo Putze, Xiaogang Qi, Darren Quah, Zhennan Quan, Sean Raffel, Mahmoud Rahnama, Lance Ranzer, Salahuddin Razul, Max Riess, Rick Rische, Christian Rivera, Duncan Rochfort, Ken Rogerson, Steve Romero, Lesley Rooney, Alessandro Sabbioni, Stephanie Saillard, Katharina Salinger, Jared Sandrew, David Sanger, Kosta Saric, Malte Sarnes, Sven Sauer, Benjamin Scabell, Marlies Schacherl, Ingo Schachner, Thomas Schad, Stephan Schaefholz, Boris Schmidt, John Schratz, Crystle Schrecengost, Walter Schulz, Kino Scialabba, Abigail Scollay, Benjamin Seide, Alessandra Serrano, Ben Sharp, Brian Shows, Yvette Shum, Josh Singer, Jonathan Skabla, Todd R. Smith, Julia Smola, Ryan T. Smolarek, Simia Song, Donna Sousa, Rony Soussan, Tilo Spalke, Adrian Spanna, Christopher Stack, Christian Stadach, Juri Stanossek, Chris Stenner, Gareth Stevenson, Rainer Stolle, Jonathan Stone, Chris Stoski, Moritz Strothmann, Jonas Stuckenbrock, Jialin Su, Chen Sun, Jeremiah Sweeney, Greg Szafranski, Emerick Tackett, Katie-Louise Talbot, Martin Tallosy, Kenny Tam, Jiabin Tan, Mark Joey Tang, Britton Taylor, Rodrigo Teixeira, Syria Toliver, Elena Topouzoglou, Morgan Trotter, Michael Underwood, Pieter Van Houte, Phi Van Le, John D. Vaughan, Rickey Verma, Marion Voignier, Sören Volz, Michael Vorberg, Cristina Vozian, James Wakefield, Bill Wang, Xiaowei Wang, Yanlin Wang, Adam Watkins, Feiyi Wei, Kaifeng Wei, Marc Weigert, Johannes Weiss, Martin Wellstein, Adam Wesierski, Mariusz Wesierski, Tobias Wiesner, Edson Williams, Stefan Willisch, Sally Wilson, Marco Wilz, Patrick Wolf, Tzuen Wu, Klaus Wuchta, Shanshan Xie, Runlin Xiong, Xye, Zhou Yan, Dongyue Yang, Zhao Yang, Siyun Yi, Shuichi Yoshida, Yonrong Yu, Oliver Zangenberg, Fabio Zangla, Luca Zappala, Joe Zarceno, Robert Zeltsch, Momo Zhan, Gwen Zhang, Le Zhang, Peng Zhang, Wei Zhang, Zhixin Zhang, Zhuotao Zhang, Zihao Zhang, Jianghong Zhu, Justin Zhu, Huajing Zhuo, Christoph Zollinger, Jiarun Zou, Xinguo Zou, Andrew Ainscow, Anjel Alcaraz, Troy Alexiadis, Sean Araki, Laya Armian, Nicole Arnell, Andrew Astengo, James Aston, Daniel Avery, Sandeep Avuthu, Wenting Bai, Zheng Bao, Fabian Barreto, Brandon Bartlett, Clemens Bast, Nathan Behmlander, Stephanie Bell, Emma Berkeley, Florin Boieriu, Falk Boje, John Bowers, Tatjana Bozinovski, Erik Bratlien, Daniel Brenner, Christopher E. Brown, Amy Brunolli, Andreas Bundenthal, Jan Burda, Heiko Burkardsmaier, Shannan Burkley, David Burton, Claudia Butenberg, Brendan Byrd, Allan Cabal, Gabriel D. Cervantes, Philip Chaoui, Alex Collings, Simon Coombs, Kevin Crandell, Oliver Cubbage, Marcos De Barros, Sharellis de Nigro, Christian Deiß, Max Dennison, Jonathon Dickey, Joseph DiValerio, Tom Driscoll, Brittany Driskell, Julien Ducenne, Anthony Dunifer, Philipp Edelhäuser, Sergej Eichmann, Nino Ellington, Marco Aurélio Engelmann Santos, John Paul Escobar, Duane Eues, Nathan Evans, Sabine Ewers-Schorr, Jonathan Faber, Felicia Faden, Marco Fanari, Ryan Fear, Forest P. Fischer, Felix Fissel, Marvin Fonacier, Lianne Forbes, Gabriel Franke, Dean Frater, Florian Friedmann, Bradley Gaines, Matthaeus Gamroth, Shannon Blake Gans, Feng Gao, Matt Garner, Harry S. George, Cyrus Jay Gladstone, Mitch Gonzalez, Chris Gooch, Trevor Graciano, Maximilian Gründl, Hien Hung Ha, Miles Hall, Pam Hammarlund, Derek Hanson, Andrew Harris, Brian Hartshorn, Milan Heinzmann, Sarah K. Hellström, Jonathan Henry, Yasemin Hepguler, Nicholas Hiegel, Emiko Hikita, Annika Hirsch, Dennis Ho, Travis Hoecker, Brian Holmes, Paul Hormis, Duff Chung-Pu Hsiao, Anna Huang, Danny Huynh, Hansoo Im, David Ireland, Florian Jackl, Andrea Jamiel, Jeffrey Jasper, Henry Jefferson, Chao Jiang, YeYoung Jung, B.L. Jurgens, Dan Katcher, Patrick Keenan, Brooke Keesling, Lucy Killick, Dan Knight, Keith Kolod, Jason Kolowski, Melissa Kolpak, Christian Korneck, Michael Kowalski, Sebastian Kral, Slav Kravchenko, Hannes Krieger, Paul LaFond, Michael Lankes, Sebastian Lauer, Julius Lechner, Tim LeDoux, Grant Lee, Sam Lee, Nicolas Leu, Jenny Leupold, Joe Lewis, Qian Li, Davell Lee Libbett, Katie Linahon, Brendan Llave, Michael Alden Lloyd, Jason Lodas, Lara Lom, Augusto Lombardi, Jie Ma, Raymon Macahilas, Ben Mackey, Celeste Madrigal, Keywan Mahintorabi, Maria Malo-Molina, Tyler Marino, Tony Masiello, Knut Matten, Marianne McCarney, Adam McKee, Russell McLean, Sven Mecklenbroich, Marcel Meier, Christophe Metz, Steffen Metzner, Mohsen Mousavi, Knuth Möde, Dominik Müller, Bernd Nalbach, Adrian Neub, Nicolette Newman, Vincent Niebla, James P. Noon, Brett Northcutt, Matt Nowacki, Jeremy Ontiveros, John F.K. Parenteau, Ryan Parker, Michael Parkin, Steve Parsons, Jay Patel, Joshua Perry, Sandy Phetchamphone, Johannes Pink, Rob Price, Ben Record, Jason Reese, Christoph Reinfels, Neil Riley, Erasmo P. Romero III, Anthony Ruey, Theresa Ellis Rygiel, Kayte Sabicer, Imran Sajid, Avi Salem, Marc-Andre Samson, Daniel Sandoval-Guillen, Arutyun Artur Sayan, Kai Schadwinkel, Adrian Scherger, Nabil Schiantarelli, Silam Schmidt, Patrick Schuler, Walter Schulz, Sven Schwarz, Sebastian Schäfer, Sebastian Schütt, Elaina Scott, Jacopo Sebastiani, Ira Shain, Jason Shulman, Jakris Smittant, Jesse Squire, Sabrina Steinert, Tim Stern, Yesod Stone, Sungwook Su, Zhenhua Sun, Kain Suwannaphin, Frank Synowicz, Michael Thalmann, Jeremy Therrien, Gavyn Thompson, Ted Trabucco, Duc Minh Tran, Tong Tran, Jason Ullrich, Dirk Valk, David Vivaldini, Christian Vogt, James Wakefield, Sonja Waldraff, Darren Walsh, Nancy Wang, Yang Wang, Loicia Ware, Tanawat Wattanachinda, Mathias Wegert, Henry Weickert, M. Alexander Weller, Aaron Williams, J. Adam Williams, Shanese Williams, Jason Wilson, Sascha Wolf, Eddy Wolfson, Jonathan Wright, Guillaume Wyatt, Tou Yeng Xiong, Tolga Yalkir, Mingzhe Yang, Ahmed Yousry, Yangyang Yu, Jia Zhao, Anton Zheltyakov, Bin Zheng, Christian Zurcher, Thilo Zweihoff
Stunts Sean Adames, Gillian Aldam, Dani Biernat, Richard Bradshaw, Michael Byrch, Terry Cade, Doug Coleman, Talila Craig, Steve Emerson, Gary Fry, Paul Heasman, Scott Hutchison, Andrew L Phillips, Mark Southworth, Edward Upcott, Reg Wayment, Gary Arthurs, Andy Bennett, Nellie Burroughes, Andy Butcher, Chris Carey, Kevin Cauderlier, Jonathan Cohen, Eliza Coleman, Matt Da Silva, Ben Dimmock, Yan Dron, Robin Earle, James Embree, Freddie Joe Farnsworth, Elaine Ford, Pete Ford, Amanda Foster, Aldonio Danny Freitas, David R. Grant, Steve Griffin, Jason Hunjan, Paul Kennington, Cristian Knight, Paul Kulik, Marc Mailley, Belinda McGinley, Erol Mehmet, Andy Merchant, Sian Milne, David Newton, Sam Parham, Ian Pead, Mike Robertson, Matt Sherren, Ryan Stuart, Roy Taylor, Ian van Temperley, Andy Wareham, Reg Wayment, Chris Webb, Paul Weston, Steen Young
Camera and Electrical Department Jérôme Baudouin, Pierre Bonnet, Paul Brown, Jaap Buitendijk, Jim Busby, Ross Busby, David Campbell, Patrick Campbell, Philippe Canu, Chris Centrella, Robert Clarke, Simon Cullen, Howard Davidson, Peter Davies, Eddie Dias, Birgit Dierken, Graham Driscoll, Lorcan Dunne, Benjamin Edwards, Lee Eldred, Gary Evans, John Evans, Tony Fabian, Ross Fall, Avelino Fernandez, Kevin Fitzpatrick, Jaime Fletcher, Jason Fletcher, James Foreman, Clive Freeth, Tash Gamper, Pat Garrett, Antonin Gendre, Chris Georgas, Ben Gervais, Andy Green, Jessica Greene, Luke Andrew Haddock, Adam Harris, Jimmy Harris, Jon Harris, Paul Harris, Peter Harris, Richard Harris, Rikki Harris, Mick Heath, Matthew Hickin, Steve Hideg, Malcolm Huse, Mark Joiner, Ian Kelly, Lizzie Kelly, Ian Kincaid, Steve Kitchen, Dora Krolikowska, Robert Legato, Steve Macher, Adrian Mackay, Danny Madden, Larry McConkey, Keith Mead, Tom Mitchell, Mikael Monod, Aaron Montgomery, Chrisko Morales, Andrew Nolan, Megan Ogilvie, Robert Owen, Larry Park, Mike Parsons, Keith Perry, Darren Piercy, Emily Plant, Demetri Portelli, Jack Powell, Glen Prescott, Andrew Purdy, Simon Purdy, Terry Richards, Garry Ridgwell, Terry Roberts, John Robertson, Thomas Royal, Olivier Sargatal, Sam Sargent, Michael Seymour, Paul Sharp, Colin Smith, Jonathan Spencer, Chris Tann, Gregor Tavenner, A.J. Taylor, Olly Tellett, Mark Thomas, Neil Tomlin, Antonis Tsiakos, Toby Tyler Jr., Dan Walters, Gavin Walters, Lee Walters, Andrew Watson, David Allen West, Dominic Aronin, Alex Bailey, Brice Bailly, Louise Ben-Nathan, Logan Boettcher, Aldo Camilleri, Pete Carrier, Wailoon Chung, Sébastien Courtain, Jim Crowther, Xavier Dolléans, Mike Farr, Chris Fawcett, Anna Fleischmann, Ben Fordesman, Corey Gegner, Jan Grunwald, Andrew Haddock, Mélanie Hoedts-Klein, Darren Howton, Paul Hymns, Jason Jensen, T.J. Josefy, Jonathan Ly, Genki McClure, Danny McGee, Shaun Mone, Andy Mountain, Neil Munro, Benoît Pain, David Palmieri, Samantha Patterson, Giovanni Quéné, Jeff W. Rios, Gary Romaine, Julien Saffroy, Sol Saihati, Maninder K. Saini, Jon Saunders, Gordon Segrove, Paul Snell, James Starr, Larissa Supplitt, Martin Taylor, Andy Thomson, Robert Walisko, Michaël Wallet, Anthony Ward
Animation Department Stephen Gaconnier
Casting Department Aurélie Avram, Brendan Donnison, Alice Ellis, Tara Keenan, Christine King, George Moss, Susie Parriss, Meghan Rafferty, Rose Wicksteed, Emilie Chaumat, Aurelia Morain, Kathryn Zamora-Benson
Costume and Wardrobe Department Sheara Abrahams, Lucille Acevedo-Jones, Tim Aslam, Sean Barrett, Kitty Bennett, Lorraine Burn, Cecilia Cafiero, Melanie Carter, Carole Chollet, Henry Christopher, Joel Christopher, Janine Cunliffe, David Davenport, Tom Davies, Marco de Magalhães, Sonia De Sousa, François-Louis Delfolie, Caroline Fallon, Oliver Garcia, Maxine Heywood, Helen Ingham, Ekaterina Kreinin, Charlotte Law, Susan MacKenzie, Kay Manasseh, Linda O Reilly, Debbie Scott, Marco Scotti, Lucilla Simbari, Fola Solanke, Barbara Sweryda, Sarah Tapscott, Trethanna Trevarthen, Sacha Chandisingh, John Cowell, Jessica Dalager, Carlos Fontanarrosa, Allison Graziano, Harriet Kendall, Anne-Cécile Le Quere, Fanny Marteau, Jenna McGranaghan, Sarah Monfort, Jacqueline Mulligan, Pascal Pecastaing, Léa Rutkowski, Jaclyn Tamizato, Sarah Tapscott, Sekou Traore, Kate Williams, Dominic Young
Editorial Department Janine Abery, Joe Beirne, Scott Brock, Craig Charland, Red Charyszyn, Eduardo Cisneros, Marisa Clayton, Rob Doolittle, Greg Fisher, Rick Ives, Doug Jaqua, Kathleen Largay, Mark Todd Osborne, Thomas Overton, Nicholas Ramirez, Victor Riva, Derek Schweickart, Sam Sheppard, Bill Topazio, Dave Watro, J.D. Ashe, Risto Jankkila, Jim Passon, Nancy Wang
Location Management Jerome Albertini, Jérôme Boussier, Gaetan Dinon, Jamie Lengyel, Barney Pearce, Lindsey Powell, Gaëlle Risch, Paul Tomlinson, Antonin Depardieu, Brice Francois, Ben Gladstone, David Moreillon, Guillaume Sion, Aurelia Thomas, Charlotte Wright
Music Department Amy Baer, Jeremy Howard Beck, Christine Bergren, Mark Berrow, Mark Bousie, Nicholas Bucknall, Peter Cobbin, Elizabeth Cotnoir, Allison Cummings, Gordon Davidson, Jennifer L. Dunnington, Karen Elliott, Vic Fraser, Alan Frey, Mark Graham, Peter Graham, Joshua Green, Opie Gruves, Ben Holiday, Robert Houston, Skaila Kanga, Paul Kimber, Yann McCullough, Ian Mullin, Dan Newell, Carly Paradis, Andy Pask, Tom Pigott Smith, Randall Poster, Melissa Reiner, Simon Rhodes, Ralph Salmins, Jonathan Schultz, Howard Shore, James Sizemore, Marcus Sjowall, Tim Starnes, Allen Walley, Kirsty Whalley, Rachel Bolt, Peter Clarke, Mike Eaves, Andrew Green, Steve Juliani, Roger Linley, Steve Mair, Jason Poss, Paul Pritchard, Patrick Savage, Bruce White, Jonathan Williams, Robert Ziegler
Script and Continuity Department Diana Dill, Martha Pinson
Transportation Department Alice Cordie, Maxime Couteret, Chris Dudley, Charles Heidet, Germain Robin, Jérôme Servant, Vincent Servant, Alexandre Thiery, Matthieu Vogel, Jalal Aqdim, Gary Birmingham, Paul Deluce, Warren Deluce, Simon Dennis, Darren Fenny, Stephen Fenny, Benoit Hemard, David Speirs, Olivier Suffert
Additional Crew Emmanuelle Balestrieri, Randall Balsmeyer, Cassandra Barbour, Tristan Battersby, Emma Bendell, Agnes Bermejo, Karen Bicknell, Joe Biggs, Jérôme Boussier, Marianne Bower, Diana Branch, Rob Brown, Chorley Bunce, Karl Caffrey, Donna Casey, Tommaso Colognese, Maddy Couch, David Coupland, Ludovic Coutaud, Darryl Davy, Matilda de Cagny, Anna Delchev, Kathy Ewings, Lisa Frechette, Gary Gannon, Rhonda George, Hannah Godwin, Eleanor Hall, Ian Harding, Todd M. Hofacker, Katherine Hook, Agni Horak, Will Houstoun, Lucy Howell, Charles Howes, Mick Hurrell, Larry Kaplan, Emma Keele, Nathan Kelly, Sheerin Khosrowshahi-Miandoab, Paul Kieve, Sally King, Teariki Leonard, Alessandro Masi, Addison Mehr, Tyler Miguel Mercer, Violaine Miclet, Jeff D. Miller, Liz Modena, Tim Monich, Josh Muzaffer, Georges Méliès, Declan O Brien, William O Toole, Rich Palecek, Louise Parker, Ian Pearce, Malcolm Pearce, Kate Phillips, Neil Pierson, Arnaud Plé, Francis Power, Charlotte Puiroux, Michelle Reed, Michelle Reed, Barnaby Riggs, Claire Robertson, Kevin Robic, Hannah Roose, Honor Saunders, Kaye Scholer, Steve Scott, Diana Scrivener, Laura Sevier, Tamazin Simmonds, Bertie Spiegelberg, Michael Start, Len Steadman, Matt Storey, Antony Swiatek, Rachel Thompson-Nartey, Norman Todd, Laura Torrance, Jeannie Udall, Derek Warman, Leah Williams, Anna Wilton, Anthony Aggimenti, Andrew Ainscow, Laura Anderson, Sam Barry-Parker, Jaelyn May Belle, Tara Billik, David A. Burt, Julien Béségher, Martin Campbell, Brett Comer, Mickaël Conan, Juliette Crété, Gioele Donnamaria, Greg Ferris, Emmanuel Fleury, Ashton Fontana, Philip Gay, Mark Gillespie, Alexis Giraudeau, Joshua Gollish, Blandine Grimaldi, Timothy Hodson, Jason Horwood, Pierre Hue, Sarah Hunt, Alexis James, Grégoire Jeudy, Yann Jouannic, Caroline Kaempfer, Aurélie Laffite, Nicolas Leclerc, Jake Lieberman, Gabriel Mamruth, Phoebe Vale Markham, Jed Miller, Frédéric Millet, Tom Milligan, Tariq Mirza, Neil Moriceau, Grégoire Mouveau, Tiziano Niero, Denis O Sullivan, David Orpheus, Benjamin Perkins, Tina Pisano, Gary Richens, Margaret Richey, Peggy Robinson, Alice Rowlinson, Gordon Segrove, Georgina Townshend, Timothy Tranquill, Jennifer Wachtell, Richard Wild, Andy Young, Marc Zéni
Thanks Raoul Arter, Jean Charboseau, Louis Gaudin, Charles Gesnar, Paul Iribe, Georges Leonnec, August Leymare, Helen Morris Scorsese, Raymond Pallier, Kurt Wenzel, Rick Yorn
Genres Adventure, Drama, Family
Companies Paramount Pictures, GK Films, Infinitum Nihil
Countries USA, UK, France
Languages English
ContentRating PG
ImDbRating 7.5
ImDbRatingVotes 325544
MetacriticRating 83
Keywords cinema,1930s,snow adventure,3d,automaton