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The 60th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival will run from September 21 to 29.
Thematic etrospectives include Very Funny Things - New American Comedy and In Progress - Ten Years With Latin American Cinema, while the classic retrospective is dedicated to Georges Franju. There will also be a section dedicated to contemporary Brazilian cinema.
Made In Spain, Zabaltegi Pearls, Movies For Kids and Zinemara have yet to be announced.
View Films by Strand:
- Culinary Zinema - Film and Gastronomy
- Horizontes Lantinos
- In Progress - Ten Years With Latin American Cinema
- Made in Spain
- New Directors
- Official Selection
- Very Funny Things
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San Sebastian Film Festival Latest Reviews
The story of the friendship between two priests who settle in a Buenos Aires slum area to carry out their ministry and social work.
An introverted teenager forges a bond with his step-sister as he hides out in his family's basement.
The film recounts a romantic obsession that spans several decades. In a poor Shanxi Province village, six-year old Tiedan falls in love with May, the beautiful neighbor who practices a traditional form of singing, Er-ren-tai, and this love will never die.
Tomás is trying to make his way in Bogota. Looking for his young brother Jairo, he sets out on a journey that will test his ability to deal with the fear and wounds of the past.
Juan and his family live in a country house, where they enjoy and suffer a world apart. No one knows if these two worlds are complementary or if they strive to eliminate one another.
Chaos breaks out in a small town in the wake of an ecological disaster.
A hedge-fund magnate is in over his head, desperately trying to complete the sale of his trading empire before the depths of his fraud are revealed. An unexpected, bloody error forces him to turn to the most unlikely corner for help.
Fiction and reality become blurred between a teacher and student.
Gael Garcia Bernal stars as a Chilean adman trying to organize a campaign to unseat Pinochet in Pablo Larraín’s smart, engrossing political thriller.
A family's quiet Thailand holiday turns into a nightmare when a huge tsunami engulfs the grounds of their hotel.
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