Tim Burton is coming to Hong Kong, and this is how you can ask him a question

Tim Burton is coming to Hong Kong, and this is how you can ask him a question

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Tim Burton is known for his quirky, dark interpretations.
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When it comes to film directors, Tim Burton is up there with the greats. He's the man behind creepy hits including Alice in Wonderland, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), Edward ScissorhandsThe Nightmare Before Christmas, and most recently, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. The American film director, whose dark, gothic take on films make for tales that are both quirky and fantastical, is coming to Hong Kong to promote his exhibition "The World of Tim Burton". The collection will showcase more than 500 drawings, photographs, puppets and sculptures made by the director/artist/animator throughout his life.


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Young Post will be meeting with Burton on Thursday, so if you have any burning questions you would like to ask him, leave them in the comments below (by Wednesday noon)!

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Ady Lam

19:23pm

Where do your ideas for your storyline come from?
What is your favourite storyline from any movie that you directed and why?

Thanks,
Ady Lam, Island School

Belinda Ng

14:57pm

How do you develop visions for new characters? Do you have any sources of inspiration?

What is the greatest challenge of bringing these characters to life on the big screen?

Belinda Ng, Karina Poon, South Island School

Belinda Ng

14:57pm

How do you develop visions for new characters? Do you have any sources of inspiration?

What is the greatest challenge of bringing these characters to life on the big screen?

Belinda Ng, Karina Poon, South Island School

Belinda Ng

14:57pm

How do you develop visions for new characters? Do you have any sources of inspiration?

What is the greatest challenge of bringing these characters to life on the big screen?

Belinda Ng, Karina Poon, South Island School