James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander in Submergence James McAvoy and Alicia Vikander in Submergence

The programme for the 65th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival has begun to be announced. The festival will open on September 22 with the European premiere of Wim Wenders' Submergence and close on September 30.

Argentinian star Ricardo Darín will receive a lifetime Donostia Award. There will also be a retrospective programme of Joseph Losey films.

We'll be bringing you news of the festival as it is announced.

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San Sebastian Film Festival News

San Sebastian announces more Competition titles
James Franco, Diego Lerman and Barbara Albert join line-up
Submergence to open San Sebastian
Wim Wenders and Alicia Vikander to present film at festival.
Marrowbone, Handia head for San Sebastian
Spanish language film titles announced
Ricardo Darín to be honoured with Donostia
San Sebastian celebrate work of Argentinian star.
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