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"Basterds," "Precious" Heading To San Sebastian

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire July 13, 2009 at 4:23AM

Quentin Tarantino will open the Zabaltegi-Pearls section of the San Sebastian International Film Festival with his film "Inglourious Basterds." Zabaltegi-Pearls is the festival's showcase for movies from major international festivals but not yet released in Spain. In addition to "Basterds" the program will also feature Cannes alums such as Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock," Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet," Bahman Ghobadi's "No One Knows About Persian Cats," and Bong Joon-ho's "Mother," and Sundance winners "Precious," directed by Lee Daniels, and "Five Minutes of Heaven," directed by Olivier Hirschbiegel. The full list of films screening in the section is below. The 57th San Sebastian International Film Festival runs September 18-26, 2009.
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Quentin Tarantino will open the Zabaltegi-Pearls section of the San Sebastian International Film Festival with his film "Inglourious Basterds." Zabaltegi-Pearls is the festival's showcase for movies from major international festivals but not yet released in Spain. In addition to "Basterds" the program will also feature Cannes alums such as Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock," Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet," Bahman Ghobadi's "No One Knows About Persian Cats," and Bong Joon-ho's "Mother," and Sundance winners "Precious," directed by Lee Daniels, and "Five Minutes of Heaven," directed by Olivier Hirschbiegel. The full list of films screening in the section is below. The 57th San Sebastian International Film Festival runs September 18-26, 2009.

Films screening in the Zabaltegi-Pearls section of the San Sebastian International Film Festival:

Olivier Hirschbiegel's "Five Minutes of Heaven"
Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds"
Bahman Ghobadi's "No One Knows About Persian Cats"
Ang Lee's "Taking Woodstock"
Jacques Audiard's "A Prophet"
Bahman Ghobadi's "No One Knows About Persian Cats"
Bong Joon-ho's "Mother"
Jim Jarmusch's "The Limits of Control"
Lee Daniels' "Precious"
Johnnie To's "Vengeance"
Woody Allen's "Whatever Works"
Nobuhiro Suwa and Hippolyte Girardot's "Yuki and Nina"

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