Beginning directed by Dea Kulumbegashvili wins the Golden Shell for Best Film at San Sebastian Festival’s 68th edition.
San Sebastian International Film Festival
“NAME OF FESTIVAL: San Sebastian International Film Festival
WHERE: Donostia-San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain
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Filmmaker Abel Ferrara will be in attendance at San Sebastian Festival to host a ‘surprise film’ screening of his latest Sportin’ Life.
The Indian short film CatDog directed by Ashmita Guha wins the Orona – Nest Award at the 2020 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Five Latin American films will compete for the Cooperación Española Award at San Sebastian Festival’s 68th edition.
Watch the first trailer for Woody Allen’s comedy film, “Rifkin’s Festival,” set to world premiere as the opening night film of San Sebastian Festival.
The international premiere of the Colombian film Forgotten We’ll Be (El olvido que seremos) by Fernando Trueba will close the 68th San Sebastian Festival.
Luca Guadagnino (Call Me by Your Name) will be the president of the Official Selection Jury at San Sebastian Festival’s 68th edition.
Made in Spain, a showcase of Spanish cinema at 2020 San Sebastian Festival will feature seven films including “Padre no hay más que uno.”
A total of 13 feature films will compete for the Irizar Basque Film Award award and 20,000 euros at the San Sebastian Festival’s 68th edition.
ARZAK Since 1897, the documentary about the restaurant run by Juan Mari Arzak and his daughter Elena, will open the Culinary Zinema section at the San Sebastian Festival.
San Sebastian Festival will host the world premiere of the series Dime quién soy (Tell me who I am), based on the book of the same name by Julia Navarro.
Wuhai, by the Chinese filmmaker Ziynag Zhou, will complete films competing in the Official Selection of the 68th San Sebastian Festival.
San Sebastian Festival will host the world premiere of Luca Guadagnino’s We Are Who We Are, featuring Chloë Sevigny, Kid Cudi, Ben Taylor.
9 Films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico in Horizontes Latinos of San Sebastian Festival
Nine films from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico will be showcased in Horizontes Latinos of 68th San Sebastian Festival.
A total of 19 films will compete for the Zabaltegi-Tabakalera Award in San Sebastian Festival’s most open competitive section.
San Sebastian Festival, will present at its 68th edition the feature films Sentimental / The People Upstairs, by Cesc Gay, and Explota explota / My Heart Goes Boom!, by Nacho Álvarez.
Thirteen short films will be showcased in the 2020 Nest, San Sebastian Festival’s international competition for short films by film students.
San Sebastian Festival added new films to its 2020 competition lineup along with a Special Screening of actor Matt Dillon’s The Grand Fellove.
Eleven films from Brazil, China, France, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Poland, South Korea, Spain, Russia, the United Kingdom and Vietnam will compete for the Kutxabank-New Directors Award at the 68th San Sebastian Festival.
Actor Willem Dafoe is featured on the poster of the San Sebastian Festival’s 68th edition, set to run from September 18-26.
The San Sebastian Film Festival releases the first six films to compete for the Golden Shell at its 68th edition.
The world premiere of Woody Allen’s latest movie, Rifkin’s Festival, will open the 68th edition of the San Sebastian Festival on September 18.
Actor and filmmaker Viggo Mortensen will receive a Donostia Award at San Sebastian Festival, and also present the film Falling, his directorial debut.
The Mexican production “50 o Dos Ballenas se Encuentran en la Playa” was awarded the Films in Progress Award at the 2020 Films in Progress Toulouse.