San Sebastian Festival will showcase a retrospective on the golden age of South Korean cinema, on the more than twenty titles dating from the 50s and 60s.
San Sebastian International Film Festival
“NAME OF FESTIVAL: San Sebastian International Film Festival
WHERE: Donostia-San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL:
Brazilian Film PACIFIED Wins Golden Shell at 67th San Sebastian Film Festival. Complete List of Winners.
The Brazilian film Pacified (Pacificado) directed by Paxton Winters, is the winner of the Golden Shell for Best Film at the 67th edition of the San Sebastian Festival.
Zeroville, the film directed James Franco, will be screened out of competition and will not be able to compete for the Golden Shell at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Juan Solanas’ LET IF BE LAW Takes Green Scarves Protest to San Sebastian Festival to Demand Approval of the Abortion Law in Argentina
San Sebastian Festival will join calls for approval of the abortion law in Argentina by filling itself with green scarves and screening the film La ola verde (Que sea ley) / Let It Be Law by Juan Solanas,
Animated Film TURU, THE WACKY HEN and Women’s Soccer Doc SUA – IRABAZI ARTE Premieres at San Sebastian Film Festival
The animated film Turu, The Wacky Hen (La gallina turuleca), and the women’s soccer documentary Sua – Irabazi arte will Premiere in the Velodrome at San Sebastian International Film Festival.
SEBERG Starring Kristen Stewart and NIMIC Starring Matt Dillon Added to San Sebastian Film Festival 2019
Seberg, the film about Jean Seberg, the star and darling of the Nouvelle Vague, played by Kristen Stewart, will open Perlak section of the 2019 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Film and Food from Argentina, Korea, Japan, Vietnam Showcased in Culinary Zinema of San Sebastian Festival 2019
Culinary Zinema, the San Sebastian Film Festival section combining cinema and gastronomy, returns for its ninth edition with 12 fascinating films.
9 Basque Films Compete for Basque Film Award at San Sebastian Festival 2019, STRANDED (VARADOS) Opens Zinemira
Twenty-one Basque films are selected for the 67th San Sebastian Festival, and nine of these, feature films having their world premiere, will compete for the Irizar Basque Film Award.
ROMA has been chosen as best film of 2019 by the International Federation of Film Critics, FIPRESCI.
Sixteen Spanish films including films by Pedro Almodóvar and David Trueba will be showcased in Made in Spain program at the 2019 San Sebastian Festival.
3 Modern Film Classics incl. Paul Schrader’s MISHIMA in Featured in Klasikoak Section of San Sebastian Festival 2019
Three modern film classics by Paul Schrader; Tian Zhuangzhuang, and Béla Tarr, are featured in this year’s Klasikoak section of the 2019 San Sebastian International Film Festival .
Donald Sutherland will be honored with the Donostia Award at the 67th edition of the San Sebastian Festival, recognizing his more than fifty years of acting career.
Films by Bertrand Bonello, Mati Diop, Takashi Miike to Compete for Zabaltegi-Tabakalera Award at 2019 San Sebastian Film Festival
Zabaltegi-Tabakalera, the most competitive section of the 2019 San Sebastian International Film Festival, will include 19 films, including the latest films from Bertrand Bonello, Mati Diop, Takashi Miike and Diao Yinan.
New films directed by Sarah Gavron, Sonthar Gyal, Malgorzata Szumowska, Gonçalo Waddington, Alice Winocour and Paxton Winters join the competition lineup for the Golden Shell at the 67th San Sebastian Festival
Penélope Cruz will receive the Donostia Award, along with the screening of her latest film, Wasp Network, directed by Olivier Assayas, at the San Sebastian Festival 2019.
New Films by Casey Affleck, Robert Eggers, Steven Soderbergh in Perlak Section of San Sebastian Festival 2019
Ten new films including the latest by Casey Affleck, Robert Eggers,Pablo Larraín, and Steven Soderbergh, will be featured in the Perlak section at the 67th San Sebastian Festival.
THE SONG OF NAMES Starring Tim Roth, Catherine McCormack and Clive Owen, will Close 67th San Sebastian Festival
The international premiere of The Song of Names, starring Tim Roth, Catherine McCormack and Clive Owen, will close the Official Selection at 2019 San Sebastian Festival.
Filmmaker Costa-Gavras will receive the second Donostia Award at the 67th edition of the San Sebastian Festival.
Six debut films, have been selected for Films in Progress 36, an initiative of San Sebastian Festival and Cinélatino, Rencontres de Toulouse with the purpose of supporting Latin American cinema.
The European premiere of Blackbird, starring Susan Sarandon, Kate Winslet, Mia Wasikowska and Sam Neill, will open the Official Competition at the 67th San Sebastian Festival.
Nest Film Students, the international film students meeting taking place at the 67th San Sebastian Festival selected fourteen short films from Argentina, Belgium, Chile, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Portugal, Russia and the UK.
Films by Jayro Bustamante, Patricio Guzmán, Gael García Bernal and more in Horizontes Latinos at San Sebastian Film Festival 2019
Fifteen films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay will be showcased in the Horizontes Latinos section of the 2019 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
The retrospective of the San Sebastian Film Festival’s 67th edition will see the screening of twenty feature films directed by the Mexican Roberto Gavaldón between 1945 and 1974.
James Franco, winner of the Golden Shell for The Disaster Artist, returns to the Official Selection of San Sebastian International Film Festival with Zeroville.