The latest films by Claire Denis, Simon Jaquemet, Kim Jee-woon, Naomi Kawase, Benjamín Naishtat, Valeria Sarmiento and Markus Schleinzer are the first films confirmed to be competing for the Golden Shell at the 66th San Sebastián Film Festival.
San Sebastian International Film Festival
“NAME OF FESTIVAL: San Sebastian International Film Festival
WHERE: Donostia-San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL:
Thirteen first or second films by European, Asian and Latin American directors that will be competing for the Kutxabank-New Directors Award at the 2018 San Sebastián Film Festival.
This morning, the San Sebastian Festival presented the new image and the sections posters for its 66th edition.
65th San Sebastian Film Festival Awards – James Franco’s THE DISASTER ARTIST Wins Golden Shell for Best Film
James Franco’s The Disaster Artist is the winner of the top award – Golden Shell for Best Film at the 65th San Sebastian Film Festival.
Eight films at the 2017 San Sebastian Film Festival will compete for the Cooperación Española Award
The Other Side of Hope (Toivon tuolla puolen) directed by Aki Kaurismäki has been named best film of 2017 by the members of the International Federation of Film Critics, FIPRESCI.
The second Jaeger-LeCoultre Prize to Latin Cinema, which honors an outstanding figure in Latin cinema at the San Sebastian Film Festival will be awarded to the Spanish actress Paz Vega.
THE BAR, SUMMER 1993 Among Films in Made in Spain Showcase at San Sebastian International Film Festival
Made in Spain, a showcase of Spanish films at the 2017 San Sebastian International Film Festival will feature eleven films, including the latest works from acclaimed directors
Michael Winterbottom’s THE TRIP TO SPAIN to Close San Sebastian Film Festival Culinary Zinema Program
Culinary Zinema, the San Sebastian Film Festival section combining food and film will feature seven films, and close with The Trip to Spain directed by Michael Winterbottom.
Thierry Frémaux, Director of Cannes Festival, Will Present ”Lumière!” at San Sebastian Festival | TRAILER
Thierry Frémaux, director of the Cannes Film Festival, will screen his film Lumière! L’aventure commence at the 2017 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
SO HELP ME GOD, BEYOND WORDS Among Final Official Selections of San Sebastian International Film Festival
New films SO HELP ME GOD by the Belgians Jean Libon and Yves Hinant, BEYOND WORDS by Polish helmer Urszula Antoniak, ALANIS by Argentine Anahí Berneri,
Fourteen short films from Argentina, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Israel, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Spain and the USA will compete in the International Film Students Meeting
The world premiere of The Charmer (Charmøren) by Iranian director Milad Alami, will open the New Directors section of the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
10 New Films from Darren Aronofsky, Sean Baker and More Complete San Sebastian Festival Pearls Lineup
Ten new films including the latest from Darren Aronofsky, Sean Baker, Michael Haneke, Martin McDonagh, will complete the Pearls section of the 2017 San Sebastian Festival.
Frederick Wiseman, Hong Sang-soo and More to Compete for Zabaltegi-Tabakalera Award at San Sebastian
The latest films from Manuel Abramovich, Frederick Wiseman, Hong Sang-soo, Raymond Depardon, Damien Manivel and more will compete in the Zabaltegi-Tabakalera section
Films from Rory Kennedy and Jennifer Peedom Among San Sebastian International Film Festival Savage Cinema Lineup
The latest films from filmmakers Rory Kennedy and Jennifer Peedom are among six films rounding up the fifth edition of Savage Cinema at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
The latest film from the producers of Kimi no Na Wa / Your Name, an adaptation of the Prix Goncourt 2013 and a 3D exploration of underwater treasures with the voice of Arnold Schwarzenegger join Fernando Franco’s Morir to complete the four special screenings
The European premiere of The Wife directed by Björn Runge and starring Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce, will close the 65th edition of the San Sebastian Festival.
12 Latino Films to Screen in 2017 San Sebastian International Film Festival Horizontes Latinos Program
Twelve films produced in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Uruguay and Venezuela, make up the Horizontes Latinos section of the 2017 San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Six films have been selected for Films in Progress 32 at 2017 San Sebastian International Film Festival
The 65th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival will honor Joseph Losey with a retrospective of his 32 feature films and 6 short films.
Dantza (Spain), Izbrisana / Erased (Slovenia – Croatia – Serbia) and Un om la locul lui / A Decent Man (Romania) are the three European productions selected for the first edition of Glocal in Progress at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
James Franco, Diego Lerman Among Filmmakers Competing for Golden Shell at 2017 San Sebastian Festival
Films from some of the most important filmmakers will screen as Official Selections of the 2017 San Sebastian Festival, running from September 22 to 30.
The Pearls and Zabaltegi-Tabakalera sections of the 2017 San Sebastian Film Festival will feature some of the year’s most important films. The Square, winner of the Golden Palm at the last Cannes Film Festival, will open the Zabaltegi-Tabakalera section.