FILE This Wednesday, May 9, 2012 file photo shows film director Tim Burton and wife Helena Bonham Carter as they arrive for the UK Premiere of 'Dark Shadows', at a central London cinema. Britain's biggest film showcase opens Wednesday Oct. 10, 2012 with the European premiere of London-based American director Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie," the animated tale of a boy and his beloved _ but dead _ dog. It ends Oct. 21 with Mike Newell's adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations," which stars Burton's real-life partner, Helena Bonham Carter, as haunted Miss Havisham. Festival director Clare Stewart said she was happy to be "bracketing the festival with one of London's great love affairs" _ the ghoul-loving filmmaker and his gothic muse. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)

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FILE  This Wednesday, May 9, 2012 file photo shows film director Tim Burton and wife Helena Bonham Carter as they arrive for the UK Premiere of 'Dark Shadows', at a central London cinema. Britain's biggest film showcase opens Wednesday Oct. 10, 2012 with the European premiere of London-based American director Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie," the animated tale of a boy and his beloved _ but dead _ dog. It ends Oct. 21 with Mike Newell's adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations," which stars Burton's real-life partner, Helena Bonham Carter, as haunted Miss Havisham. Festival director Clare Stewart said she was happy to be "bracketing the festival with one of London's great love affairs" _ the ghoul-loving filmmaker and his gothic muse. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)
FILE This Wednesday, May 9, 2012 file photo shows film director Tim Burton and wife Helena Bonham Carter as they arrive for the UK Premiere of 'Dark Shadows', at a central London cinema. Britain's biggest film showcase opens Wednesday Oct. 10, 2012 with the European premiere of London-based American director Tim Burton's "Frankenweenie," the animated tale of a boy and his beloved _ but dead _ dog. It ends Oct. 21 with Mike Newell's adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations," which stars Burton's real-life partner, Helena Bonham Carter, as haunted Miss Havisham. Festival director Clare Stewart said she was happy to be "bracketing the festival with one of London's great love affairs" _ the ghoul-loving filmmaker and his gothic muse. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)
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