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Exclusive: Poster For Silent TIFF Pic Fairytale 'Blancanieves'

Photo of Kevin Jagernauth By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist September 5, 2012 at 1:05PM

If the "The Artist" proved anything last year, it's that silent cinema is hardly a dead format. Still a place where great storytelling and expressive visuals combine for a memorable moviegoing experience, for those looking for another modern take on the genre, TIFF has a treat in store with Spain's "Blancanieves."
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If the "The Artist" proved anything last year, it's that silent cinema is hardly a dead format. Still a place where great storytelling and expressive visuals combine for a memorable moviegoing experience, for those looking for another modern take on the genre, TIFF has a treat in store with Spain's "Blancanieves."

Written and directed by Pablo Berger, instead of being an ode to American cinema, his film nods to European melodramas with a fantastical story set in 1920s Spain inspired by the fairytale "Snow White." The story centers on a girl who never knew her mother, who learns art of bullfighting from her famous father, and is despised by her evil stepmother. One day she runs away with a troupe of dwarfs and becomes a legend.

This exclusive poster is a lovely look at the world put up on the silver screen by Berger. "Blancanieves" hits TIFF this weekend. Check out the Spanish teaser trailer and full one sheet below.

Blancanieves Poster

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