Today, let's have a look at Paul Grimault's charming 1947 short Le Petit Soldat, the French version of Andersen's "Steadfast Tin Soldier".
In reality, snow is more or less white, so it can adopt almost any color depending on lighting and mood a film maker wants to achieve. In this case, the European color system in use could also have affected the resulting color.
What's the color of the snow in this picture?
In case you are new, THIS is how it works.
A B C D
Surprisingly, it is A:
The only other film I know that uses green for night-time scenes is Hitchcock's To Catch A Thief, but there it is more of an experiment to get rid of the blue day-for-night convention and there's no snow whatsoever. In case you know any other film that shows green snow at night, I'd be interested to know about it.