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Alex de la Iglesia, Frances McDormand, & Bai Ling Among San Sebastian Fest Jury

Photo of Bryce J. Renninger By Bryce J. Renninger | Indiewire September 2, 2011 at 5:15AM

The San Sebastian Film Festival has announced the members of its various juries for this year's edition. Serving as part of the official selection jury are "Babel" scribe Guillermo Arriaga, "The Last Circus" director Álex de la Iglesia, "The Crow" actress Bai Ling, "Hotel Rwanda" star Sophie Okonedo, and Frances McDormand ("Fargo").
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The San Sebastian Film Festival has announced the members of its various juries for this year's edition. Serving as part of the official selection jury are "Babel" scribe Guillermo Arriaga, "The Last Circus" director Álex de la Iglesia, "The Crow" actress Bai Ling, "Hotel Rwanda" star Sophie Okonedo, and Frances McDormand ("Fargo").

The full list from the San Sebastian Film Festival is below.

JURY MEMBERS AT THE 59TH EDITION OF THE SAN SEBASTIAN FESTIVAL

Sección Oficial
Guillermo Arriaga, writer, screenwriter and film director
Álex de la Iglesia, film director
Bent Hamer, film director
Bai Ling, actress
Sophie Mantigneaux, cinematographer
Frances McDormand, actress
Sophie Okonedo, actress

Zabaltegi-New Directors
Jonathan Rosenbaum (Chairman), writer and film critic
Lucia Casani, Director of Cultura at La Casa Encendida
Jessica Hausner, film director
Paz Lazaro, Head of Programming for Berlin Film Festival’s Panorama section
Un-Seong Yoo, Programmer for the Jeonju Film Festival

Horizontes Latinos
Juan Diego Botto (Chairman), actor
Javier Martin, Head of Programming at the Forum des Images
Daniela Michel, Director of Morelia Film Festival

Zinemira
Ramon Aguirre, actor
Maialen Lujanbio, bertsolari
Joxean Muñoz, writter and script writter. He's now developing cultural projects.

Chairman of the Film Students Meeting Jury
Nicolas Provost, film director and visual artist

This article is related to: San Sebastian International Film Festival





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