San Sebastian Film Festival 2018

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Bihar Dok 13 (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Aitor Bereziartua, Ander Iriarte; Stars: Chem Wei, Maria Torrecillas, Pau Rull, Jordi Bross, Maria Zibara, Jose Mari Aizega, Juan Mari Arzak, Pedro Subijana, Jon Echeverria Plazaola, Oreka Tx, Eneritz Furiyak, Andoni Egaña, Joseba Iratzoki, Ion Lopez, Mikel Azpiroz, Elena Setien, Jabi Moreno, Mikel Chillida, John Berkouth, Jose Luis Zumeta, Delorean)
At the Basque Culinary Center, several students of cutting-edge gastronomy from all over the world will travel back into the past to create the menu, Bihar dok 13.
Closing film
The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution (Country: Canada; Year: 2018; Director: Maya Gallus; Writer: Maya Gallus; Stars: Suzanne Barr, Victoria Blarney, Amanda Cohen, Angela Hartnett, Ivy Knight, Charlotte Langley, Anita Lo, Anne-Sophie Pic, Suzanne Barr, Victoria Blarney, Amanda Cohen, Angela Hartnett, Ivy Knight, Charlotte Langley, Anita Lo)
The female chefs who are breaking the kitchen glass ceiling - and the rules.
Jaén, Virgin And Extra (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Jose Luis Lopez-Linares)
Documentary about the Jaén region and olive oil.
Little Forest (Country: South Korea; Year: 2018; Director: Yim Soon-rye; Writer: Hwang Seong-gu Hwang, Daisuke Igarashi; Stars: Kim Tae-ri, Ryu Jun-yeol, Moon So-ri, Jin Ki-joo)
No job, bad romance, and terrible grades... Nothing's going to plan in young Hye-won's big-city life. On impulse, she puts her unsolved issues behind her and returns to her hometown, where she begins to experience the pleasures of a simple life.
Ramen Shop (Country: Singapore, Japan, France; Year: 2018; Director: Eric Khoo; Stars: Tsuyoshi Ihara, Takumi Saitoh, Seiko Matsuda, Jeanette Aw, Beatrice Chien, Tetsuya Bessho, Mark Lee)
Masato, a young ramen chef, leaves his Japanese hometown on a culinary voyage to Singapore to discover the truth about his past and his family.
Tegui: A Family Affair (Tegui: Un Asunto De Familia) (Country: Argentina; Year: 2018; Director: Alfredo Oliveri)
On the 10th anniversary of his restaurant, Tegui, Germán Martitegui decided to open a unique and unrepeatable experience lasting for 40 nights facing the Andes Mountain Range.
Opening film
Y En Cada Lenteja Un Dios (And In Every Lentil A God) (Director: Miguel Angel, Jimenez Comenar; Stars: Luis Moya, Kiko Moya, Alberto Redrado, Francisco Moya, Ramiro Redrado)
Luis, a professional screenwriter, returns to Cocentaina, the town of his birth, in the mountains of inland Alicante, to help his brother, Kiko Moya and his cousin, Alberto Redrado, write a book about the cuisine in the restaurant run by their family.
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