Description

Thirty years in the making, Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell continues
to follow one of the most indelible subjects of Streetwise, a
groundbreaking documentary on homeless and runaway teenagers. Erin
Blackwell, a.k.a. Tiny, was introduced in filmmaker Martin Bell,
photographer Mary Ellen Mark, and journalist Cheryl McCall's earlier
film as a brash fourteen-year-old living precariously on the margins
in Seattle. Now a forty-four year-old mother of ten, Blackwell
reflects with Mark on the journey they’ve experienced together, from
Blackwell's struggles with addiction to her regrets to her dreams for
her own children, even as she sees them being pulled down the same
path of drugs and desperation. Interweaving three decades’ worth of
Mark’s photographs and footage that includes previously unseen
outtakes from Streetwise, this is a heartrending, deeply empathetic
portrait of a family struggling to break free of the cycle of trauma,
as well as a summation of the life's work of Mark, an irreplaceable
artistic voice.

Limited-edition U.S. one-sheet, glossy finish. 2019 theatrical release. Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark. (Copyright Mary Ellen Mark. All rights
reserved)

27" × 39.5" (rolled)

All posters ship individually, separately from other products, including other posters.

Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell Poster

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Description

Thirty years in the making, Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell continues
to follow one of the most indelible subjects of Streetwise, a
groundbreaking documentary on homeless and runaway teenagers. Erin
Blackwell, a.k.a. Tiny, was introduced in filmmaker Martin Bell,
photographer Mary Ellen Mark, and journalist Cheryl McCall's earlier
film as a brash fourteen-year-old living precariously on the margins
in Seattle. Now a forty-four year-old mother of ten, Blackwell
reflects with Mark on the journey they’ve experienced together, from
Blackwell's struggles with addiction to her regrets to her dreams for
her own children, even as she sees them being pulled down the same
path of drugs and desperation. Interweaving three decades’ worth of
Mark’s photographs and footage that includes previously unseen
outtakes from Streetwise, this is a heartrending, deeply empathetic
portrait of a family struggling to break free of the cycle of trauma,
as well as a summation of the life's work of Mark, an irreplaceable
artistic voice.

Limited-edition U.S. one-sheet, glossy finish. 2019 theatrical release. Photograph by Mary Ellen Mark. (Copyright Mary Ellen Mark. All rights
reserved)

27" × 39.5" (rolled)

All posters ship individually, separately from other products, including other posters.