San Sebastian Film Festival 2018

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Champions (Campeones) (Country: Spain, Mexico; Year: 2018; Director: Javier Fesser; Writer: David Marqués, Javier Fesser; Stars: Javier Gutiérrez, Athenea Mata, Juan Margallo, José de Luna, Sergio Olmo, Jesús Vidal, Gloria Ramos, Alberto Nieto Ferrández, Julio Fernández, Jesús Lago, Fran Fuentes, Roberto Chinchilla, Stefan López, Luisa Gavasa, Luis Bermejo)
The assistant trainer of a professional league side, Marco, is given community service in the form of coaching a very special basketball team of people with intellectual disability. Surprisingly even for Marco himself, he’ll be the one to learn a real lesson from the adventure alongside a team where the desire to live and placing importance on the things they actually have is what really matters.
Dilili In Paris (Dilili A Paris) (Country: France, Germany, Belgium; Year: 2018; Director: Michel Ocelot; Writer: Michel Ocelot)
With the help of her friend, a delivery boy, young Dilili from New Caledonia investigates a spate of mysterious kidnappings of young girls that is plaguing the Paris of the Belle Epoque.
Madrid On Fire (Arde Madrid) (Country: Spain; Year: 2018; Director: Anna R Costa, Paco Leon; Writer: Anna R Costa; Stars: Ken Appledorn, Carmina Barrios, Eduardo Casanova, Anna Castillo, Pepa Charro, Inma Cuesta, Eugenia Martínez de Irujo, Mariola Fuentes, Miren Ibarguren, Raquel Infante, Paco León, Debi Mazar, Osmar Núñez, María Ordóñez, Craig Stevenson)
Madrid, 1961. Ana Mari is a spinster with a limp, a Franco supporter and instructor of the Women’s Section. On orders from Franco, she's sent to work as a maid in the home of Ava Gardner, with the intention of spying on her. To do the job, she must pretend that she’s married to Manolo, a hustler who will become the chauffeur for the American actress.
Ni Distintos, Ni Diferentes: Campeones (Year: 2018; Director: Alvaro Longoria)
This documentary tells the real stories of the stars of Champions (Campeones).

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