March 19 – April 2


Snow White
2012 Spain, France 104 min V
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If "The Artist" is a love letter to the heyday of Hollywood silent cinema, then Pablo Berger’s "Blancanieves" is an homage to the sumptuous European silent melodrama. Young Carmen is our Snow White, daughter of once-renowned matador Antonio Villalta, crippled in the ring and grieving for his wife, who died during childbirth. We are given a swift and fiery account of Carmen’s upbringing by her flamenco dancer grandmother, her torment at the hands of her tyrannical stepmother Encarna and her secret schooling in the art of bullfighting by her father, just before his malicious new wife enacts a terrible revenge on him. Knowing that she’s in mortal danger, Carmen escapes Encarna’s custody and joins a travelling troupe of bullfighting dwarves, eventually rising to fame in the corrida under the stage name Blancanieves.
"Mama" (1988, short), "Torremolinos 73" (2003), "Snow White" (2012, "Kino pavasaris").

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Pablo Berger (b. 1963 in Bilbao, Spain)
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Director(s) - Pablo Berger
Screenwriter(s) - Pablo Berger
Actors - Maribel Verdú, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Macarena García, Ángela Molina, Sofía Oria
Producer(s) - Ibon Cormenzana, Jerome Vidal, Pablo Berger
Cinematographer - Kiko de la Rica
Editor(s) - Fernando Franco
Composer(s) - Alfonso de Vilallonga
Distributor - CARMEN FILM
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Dialogues - silent
Subtitles - Lithuanian, English
"Mama" (1988, short), "Torremolinos 73" (2003), "Snow White" (2012, "Kino pavasaris").

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