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Blancanieves (2012)
 (บรรยายอังกฤษ)
 
   
 

Directer:Pablo Berger Writter:Pablo Berger  Running time:104 min  Country: Language: Genre:Drama | Fantasy  

Subtitle:English   Starring:Maribel Verdú ... Encarna, Daniel Giménez Cacho ... Antonio Villalta, Ángela Molina ... Doña Concha,

Pere Ponce ... Genaro Bilbao, Macarena García ... Carmen, Sofía Oria ... Carmencita, Emilio Gavira ... Jesusín, Sergio Dorado ... Rafita

Josep Maria Pou ... Don Carlos (as José María Pou), Inma Cuesta ... Carmen de Triana, Ramón Barea ... Don Martín

 
 

 


หนังตัวอย่าง:


รางวัล:33 wins & 30 nominations.

Boulder International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Grand Prize Pablo Berger (director) 
(Arcadia Motion Pictures, Noodles Production and Nix Films). 
 
Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won CEC Award Best Cinematography (Mejor Fotografía)
Kiko de la Rica 
Best Director (Mejor Director)
Pablo Berger 
Best Editing (Mejor Montaje)
Fernando Franco 
Best Film (Mejor Película)
Pablo Berger 
Best New Actress (Mejor Actriz Revelación)
Macarena García 
Best Original Screenplay (Mejor Guión Original)
Pablo Berger 
Best Score (Mejor Música)
Alfonso de Vilallonga 
Best Supporting Actress (Mejor Actriz Secundaria)
Ángela Molina 
Nominated CEC Award Best Actor (Mejor Actor)
Daniel Giménez Cacho 
Best Actress (Mejor Actriz)
Maribel Verdú 
Best New Actor (Mejor Actor Revelación)
Emilio Gavira 
Best Supporting Actor (Mejor Actor Secundario)
Josep Maria Pou 
 
Fotogramas de Plata
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Fotogramas de Plata Best Movie Actress (Mejor Actriz de Cine)
Maribel Verdú 
Best Spanish Film (Mejor Película Española)
Pablo Berger 
 
Gaudí Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Gaudí Award Best Art Direction (Millor Direcció Artística)
Alain Bainée 
Best Costume Design (Millor Vestuari)
Paco Delgado 
Best Film in Catalan Language (Millor Pel·lícula en Llengua Catalana)
(Arcadia Motion Pictures, Nix Films, Sisifo Films AIE, Thekraken Films, A.I.E., Noodles Production, arte France Cinéma and Televisió de Catalunya (TV3)). 
Best Original Score (Millor Música Original)
Alfonso de Vilallonga 
Nominated Gaudí Award Best Cinematography (Millor Fotografia)
Kiko de la Rica 
Best Director (Millor Director)
Pablo Berger 
Best Female Lead (Millor Protagonista Femenina)
Maribel Verdú 
Best Female Lead (Millor Protagonista Femenina)
Ángela Molina 
Best Film Editing (Millor Muntatge)
Fernando Franco 
Best Make-Up and Hairstyles (Millor Maquillatge i Perruqueria)
Fermín Galán 
Sylvie Imbert 
Best Screenplay (Millor Guió)
Pablo Berger 
Best Special/Visual Effects (Millors Efectes Especials/Digitals)
Reyes Abades 
Ferran Piquer 
 
Goya Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Goya Best Actress (Mejor Actriz Principal)
Maribel Verdú 
Best Cinematography (Mejor Fotografía)
Kiko de la Rica 
Best Costume Design (Mejor Diseño de Vestuario)
Paco Delgado 
Best Film (Mejor Película)
Ángel Durández 
Jérôme Vidal 
Ibon Cormenzana 
(Nix Films, Noodles Production, Arcadia Motion Pictures, Sisifo Films AIE and Thekraken Films, A.I.E.). 
Best Make-Up and Hairstyles (Mejor Maquillaje y/o Peluquería)
Sylvie Imbert 
Fermín Galán 
Best New Actress (Mejor Actriz Revelación)
Macarena García 
Best Original Score (Mejor Música Original)
Alfonso de Vilallonga 
Best Original Song (Mejor Canción Original)
Pablo Berger 
Chicuelo 
For the song "No te puedo encontrar"
Best Production Design (Mejor Dirección Artística)
Alain Bainée 
Best Screenplay - Original (Mejor Guión Original)
Pablo Berger 
Nominated Goya Best Actor (Mejor Actor Principal)
Daniel Giménez Cacho 
Best Director (Mejor Director)
Pablo Berger 
Best Editing (Mejor Montaje)
Fernando Franco 
Best New Actor (Mejor Actor Revelación)
Emilio Gavira 
Best Production Manager (Mejor Dirección de Producción)
Josep Amorós 
Best Special Effects (Mejores Efectos Especiales)
Reyes Abades 
Ferran Piquer 
Best Supporting Actor (Mejor Actor de Reparto)
Josep Maria Pou 
Best Supporting Actress (Mejor Actriz de Reparto)
Ángela Molina 
 
Palm Springs International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Cine Latino Award Pablo Berger 
 
Premios ACE
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Premio ACE Cinema - Best Actress
Maribel Verdú 
Cinema - Best Film
Pablo Berger 
Cinema - Best Supporting Actor
Daniel Giménez Cacho 
 
San Sebastián International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Won Silver Seashell Best Actress
Macarena García 
Special Prize of the Jury Pablo Berger 
Nominated Golden Seashell Pablo Berger 
 
Sant Jordi Awards
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Sant Jordi Best Spanish Film (Mejor Película Española)
Pablo Berger 
 
Spanish Actors Union
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2013 Won Award of the Spanish Actors Union Film: Lead Performance, Female (Protagonista Cine - Categoría Femenina)
Maribel Verdú 
Nominated Award of the Spanish Actors Union Film: Lead Performance, Male (Protagonista Cine - Categoría Masculina)
Daniel Giménez Cacho 
Film: Performance in a Minor Role, Female (Reparto Cine - Categoría Femenina)
Inma Cuesta 
Film: Performance in a Minor Role, Male (Reparto Cine - Categoría Masculina)
Ramón Barea 
Film: Performance in a Minor Role, Male (Reparto Cine - Categoría Masculina)
Pere Ponce 
Film: Supporting Performance, Female (Secundario Cine - Categoría Femenina)
Ángela Molina 
 
Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Nominated Grand Prize Pablo Berger 
 
Toronto International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Nominated Discovery Award Pablo Berger (director) 
International Critics'' Award (FIPRESCI) Discovery
Pablo Berger (director) 
 
Warsaw International Film Festival
Year Result Award Category/Recipient(s)
2012 Nominated Free Spirit Award Pablo Berger 
 

 



A Masterpiece
Author: sezme
I watched this film today at the Toronto International Film Festival. After many years of attending the festival, few if any films have made such an impact on me. Visually stunning, every scene shot in crisp black and white shouted out that colour is a mere distraction, a passing fad.

In a silent film, apart from the occasional inter-title, the visuals must tell the story, and in this case the filmmaker borrowed from the tropes of 1920s cinematic narrative, but added a more modern appreciation of human appetites and moralities. Much effort was made to reproduce the look and tone of classic silent film down to the 1.33:1 aspect ratio, but the current technologies used in production added an extra snap, crackle, and pop.

The story is Snow White, but set in the Seville of the 1920s: a girl, the daughter of a famous bullfighter, is raised by an evil stepmother. Instead of a mirror on the wall (though she has one of those, too) the stepmother relies on a fashion magazine to say who''s the fairest of them all. A plot to kill the girl - now grown up - fails when she is rescued by a band of travelling bullfighting dwarfs who care for her until she''s ready to fulfill her own destiny in the ring.

As befitting a fairy tale, the story is simple and direct, though there are shades of grey here and there in this black and white world of good and evil. But simple as it is, like the best children''s stories, this one resonates at a deep level. And speaking of children, it can be debated whether any Grimm fairy tale is actually suitable for children. I would certainly not take a young child to see this one.

Have I mentioned the music? Anchoring the story to the setting, glorious Flamenco appears at key moments making the pulse quicken in time to the castanets.

Such a gorgeous film. I must see it again, if my heart can take it.

Artistic and Interesting
Author: billcr12
Blanca Nieves, or Snow White, is a variation on the old fable, with bullfighting being a major thematic difference. A great matador is seen praying in front of a statue of the Virgin Mary, as he awaits is battle with el toro. He enters to a worshippig crowd, which includes his pregnant wife cheering him on. Of course, things go horribly wrong and he ends up in a wheelchair and his better half has a difficult childbirth. A daughter is born and she winds up at an estate with a wicked stepmother, as in the original tale. This is all in black and white and it is also a silent film. I was reluctant to watch it, but once I got used to the placards used for dialogue, I was carried along by the story. Carmen, the little girl, grows up and circumstances bring her to a group of; you guessed it, seven bullfighters. They are little people, in keeping tradition with Grimm''s book. I won''t give away the ending, but I was thoroughly entertained by Blanca Nieves. The cinematography is beautiful and the acting excellent throughout. Be open minded, as far as watching a silent movie is concerned, and you will not be disappointed.

The Triumph Of Cinema - 10/10
Author: Marco Chiappetta
Silent, black and white, expressionist, virtuoso in his classically vintage mise en scene, "Blancanieves" is a triumph of real cinema and invention, folk culture and Iberian poetry, a post-modern masterpiece in which the aesthetic of silent cinema with its quotes and its expressive forms, the single power of pictures and musical score it''s not only an end, as it has been for the contemporary and more exalted "The Artist" (in which retro style was justified by the homage to old Hollywood), but a mean, a perfect mean, to tell a story: the usual one, by Grimm''s brothers tiredly taken to screens so many times in so different ways, but here completely twisted, tipped over, in a Gothic, Spanish and extravagant version where Snow White and seven dwarfs are toreros, the set is Seville between ''10s and ''20s, and the usual Disney fable hearts and flowers go to hell in benefit of a dark tonality, a black humor and a grotesque taste which unchains an unstoppable series of stylistic, comical, poetic inventions, unpredictable as sensational. Under the aegis of a deep patriotic identity, "Blancanieves" has the rhythm of a corrida, the passion of a flamenco, the blood of the arena, the twists of circus and the weight of jealousy, of love duel, which is heart and root of Spanish romanticism. It''s a modern "Carmen" with Oedipus complex, tuned with "guitara" and castanets, and painted with the oldest cinema aesthetic, close-ups, gags, depth of field, lights and darks of great silent cinema, here in its maximal expression, without any self-satisfaction at all. It''s not a divertissement, and not a simple homage, not a pastiche: it''s like a film should be, simple, dry, moving, as cinema in its beginning. Cinephile mannerism of Pablo Berger doesn''t make lose the film in a style exercise, but helps to tell a black fairy tale, out of time, revolutionary and anarchic, which couldn''t be represented some way else. A bond of immediate emotion and narrative synthesis, which discovers in the arena a theater of all life sensation range: laugh, crying, show, anguish, childhood lightness and horrid adults'' cruelty, the weight of past and memories, ghosts and returns, a little antique world in which good and evil, hate and love, jealousy and solidarity, clash and overturn in front of an enraptured, manipulated audience who asks for more, who wants to be thrilled, who gets touched, who has fun, and in the end asks grace for the bull. And, on the very last scene, cries for masterpiece!


 

 





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