Blancanieves

Blancanieves

A scene from BLANCANIEVES, a film by Pablo Berger. Picture courtesy Cohen Media Group. All rights reserved.

Blancanieves

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Blancanieves (2012/2013)

Opened: 03/29/2013 Limited

Monica 4-Plex03/23/2013 - 03/23/20131 day
Limited03/29/2013
Royal Theatre03/29/2013 - 04/25/201328 days
Angelika/NYC03/29/2013 - 04/25/201328 days
The Paris03/29/2013 - 04/18/201321 days
Playhouse 704/05/2013 - 04/18/201314 days
Town Center 504/05/2013 - 04/11/20137 days
NoHo 704/12/2013 - 04/18/20137 days
Music Hall 304/19/2013 - 05/02/201314 days
Kendall Square...04/19/2013 - 04/25/20137 days
Village East04/26/2013 - 05/09/201314 days
DVD09/03/2013

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Genre: Black and White Silent Spanish Drama (Spanish w/English subtitles)

Rated: PG-13 for some violent content and sexuality.

Synopsis

Once upon a time there was a little girl who had never known her mother. She learned the art of her father, a famous bullfighter, but was hated by her evil stepmother. One day she ran away with a troupe of dwarves, and became a legend.

Set in southern Spain in 1920s, Blancanieves is a tribute to silent films. Blancanieves is also Spain's official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar for 2012.

About the Director

PABLO BERGER began his directorial career with the cult film MAMA (1988). After winning numerous awards, he received a scholarship from the Basque Government to attend New York University, where he earned an MFA in film. While at NYU he directed the film TRUTH AND BEAUTY which was nominated for the College Emmys. Pablo has taught film courses at Cambridge, Princeton, Yale, La Sorbonne and La Femis and served as a lecturer at New York Film Academy.

TORREMOLINOS 73, his debut feature, premiered at the 2003 Malaga Film Festival where it received awards for Best Actor, Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress. TORREMOLINOS 73 was one of the top box office successes in Spain in 2003-2004, and at the 2004 Spanish Film Academy GOYAS the film was nominated for Best Screenplay, Best New Director, Best Actor, Best Actress.

The international premiere of TORREMOLINOS 73 at the Edinburgh International Film Festival was a great success, as were screenings at Toulouse Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival and many others. TORREMOLINOS 73 was internationally released in the United States, Canada, Australia, France, Belgium, UK, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Hungary, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Israel, Mexico, Brazil and Taiwan. In 2008 a Chinese remake was successfully released.

 

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