Japanese Chirashi for Alice by Jan Svankmajer
SIZE APPROX: 10″X7″
MOVIE ORIGIN: Czechoslovakia
ORIGINAL TITLE: Něco z Alenky
DIRECTOR: Jan Svankmajer
FOLDS: Never folded
CONDITION: Near Mint
‘Chirashi’ is the Japanese word for a flyer or handbill, found in japanese cinemas to promote movies.
The name is derived from the verb ‘chirasu’ – to scatter, distribute, disperse.
In most cases, chirashi represents creative re-invention of original poster design.
They are printed in a very limited number, so some of them are very hard to find, especially the ones for Czech movies.