San Sebastian Film Festival 2010

Showcase of movies chiefly produced or directed by Basques. There will also be a selection of Basque short films.

View other San Sebastian Film Festival Films by strand: Horizontes Latinos, Made In Spain, Official Selection, Zabaltegi-New Directors, Zabaltegi-Pearls, Zabaltegi-Specials

Simply Simply
Simply and To Remember Is Forbidden
Amerikanuak (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Nacho Reig; Writer: Nacho Reig)
The sotry of Basque immigrants in Elko, Nevada.
Apple Time. 25 Years of Exile (Sagarren denbora. 25 urte deserritik itzultzen) (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Josu Martínez, Txaber Larreategi; Writer: Josu Martínez, Txaber Larreategi)
Documentary story of the love of two basque separatists, separated by 7000km, after one was deported.
For 80 Days (80 egunean) (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Jon Garaño, José María Goenaga; Writer: Jon Garaño, José María Goenaga; Stars: Itziar Aizpuru, José Ramón Argoitia, Zorion Eguileor, Ane Gabarain, Patricia López, Mariasun Pagoaga)
A woman bumps into an old school friend at a hospital bedside and finds they share a mutual attraction even after 50 years apart.
Mugaldekoak (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Fernando Bernués, Mireia Gabilondo; Writer: Patxo Tellería, Fernando Bernués, Kike Díaz de Rada, Mireia Gabilondo, Harkaitz Cano; Stars: Mireia Gabilondo, Isidoro Fernández, Matxalen de Pedro, Iñaki Beraetxe, Sara Cozar, Iñaki Ricarte, Getari Etxegarai, Klara Badiola)
Set in the Forties, this drama revolves around the Red Comète, an initiative developed during World War II on the border with Navarre: the clandestine evacuation of British pilots brought down in enemy territory.
The Music Square (La plaza de la música) (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Juan Miguel Gutiérrez; Writer: Juan Miguel Gutiérrez)
Personal documentary examining the plight of Indian workers who break up ships containing asbestos.
Amerikanuak Amerikanuak
Amerikanuak and Mugaldekoak
Simply (Simplemente) (Year: 2010; Director: John Andueza; Writer: Marian Porcel)
Documentary charts a dance troupe's attempts to perform a piece of choreography on a beach.
To Remember Is Forbidden (Prohibido recordar, Debekatuta dago oroitzea) (Year: 2010; Director: Txaber Larreategi, Josu Martínez)
Documentary about the Saturrarán women’s prison,which closed its doors in 1944.
TTAUP, TTAUP! The Beating of the Oars (TTAUP, TTAUP! Arraun kolpeka) (Country: Spain; Year: 2010; Director: Eneko Dorronsoro; Writer: Eneko Dorronsoro)
Documentary about the rowing club of the Spanish coastal town of Zumaia.

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