San Sebastian Film Festival 2017

A series of short films will also screen in the Zinemira Komuak sub-section.

View other San Sebastian Film Festival Films by strand: Classic Retrospective: Joseph Losey, Culinary Zinema, Horizontes Latinos, Made In Spain, Movies For Kids, New Directors, Official Competition, Other Activities, Pearls, Savage Cinema, Special Screenings, Velodrome, Zabaltegi-Tabakalera

Conversus Conversus
Conversus and No
Bi Txirula (Country: Spain; Year: 2017; Director: Iñigo García; Writer: Iñigo García; Stars: Kandido Uranga, Jon Garcia, Iker Hazas, Jon Elizalde, Amaia Goikoetxea)
Two men are walking. They’re running away. They make their way through different landscapes in search of a more peaceful and warmer land.
Conversus (Converso) (Country: Spain; Year: 2017; Director: David Arratibel; Writer: David Arratibel)
A film about faith, fondness, absences, empty spaces and distance.
Elkarrekin - Together (Director: Pablo Iraburu, Migeltxo Molina, Igor Otxoa)
An expedition of Basque archaeologists travels to a remote island on the east coast of the United States to track a possible meeting between Basque whalers and indiginous Americans.
Basque Cinema and ETB gala
No (Non) (Year: 2017; Director: Eñaut Castagnet, Ximun Fuchs)
Non is an anthology film about the contagious and furious protest by a group of workers.
Nur And The Temple Of The Dragon (Nur eta herensugearen tenplua, Nur y el templo del dragón) (Country: Spain; Year: 2017; Director: Juan Bautista Berasategi; Writer: Toti Martínez de Lezea, Eneko Olasagasti)
A little girl moves to China and makes friends, but when a boy goes missing at his birthday party, she and her new pals find themselves on an adventure.

Portrait of a lady and a city Fabien Constant on Sarah Jessica Parker and the team behind Blue Night

Style and grace Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi on The Gospel According To André

On the road again Kent Jones on Tribeca award winner Diane

Putting island in doc Gabrielle Brady on the challenges of shooting Island Of The Hungry Ghosts

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