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The San Sebastian Film Festival will run from September 17 to 25. It will open with Carlos Saura's Rosa Rosae: A Spanish Civil War Elegy and close with Las Leyes De La Frontera, directed by Daniel Monzón.
View Films by Strand:
- Donostia Award Screening
- Horizontes Latinos
- New Directors
- Official Selection
- Retrospective: Flowers In Hell. The Golden Age Of Korean Cinema
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SSFF Latest Reviews
A young woman lies dying far from home. A boy sits beside her. She is not his mother. He is not her child. Together, they tell a haunting story of broken souls, an invisible threat and the power and desperation of family.
The director's portrait of her mother.
Mystical portrait of the contemporary central South American cityscape and those who work within its bowels and environs.
Cinematic collage that is as much about New York of the period as it is about the rise and fall of the seminal band.
Alexandre, an instructor at the Canadian customs college, finds himself under surveillance by police trying to get to the bottom of the sexually explicit drawings that have been troubling the town.
Less than a year ago, Greta's son mysteriously disappeared by the sea. As she and her husband Bruno are struggling with grief, Bruno claims to have seen something that confirms the locals' rumours: the appearance of a strange shape coming from the sea.
A father asks for help to die.
An intimate and political story of the French working class from the beginning of the 1950s to today.
Documentary about young environmental activists around the globe.
An unexpected love triangle, a failed honey trap and an encounter that results from a misunderstanding are the three episodes, told in three movements to depict three female characters and trace the trajectories between their choices and regrets.