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    "The Double Steps" Wins at San Sebastian, But It Won't Win Audience Awards Anytime Soon

    The Spanish film "The Double Steps" from director Isaki Lacuesta won the top prize, the Golden Shell, at the San Sebastian International Film Festival, which ended Saturday. Though rumors about the film’s win had been circulating for a couple of days, the beautiful but extremely complex – some might...

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

    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 Okone...

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    San Sebastian Makes Picks for Cinema in Motion and Films in Progress 20 Series

    The San Sebastian International Film Festival announced the four films to make the 7th edition of their Cinema in Motion series, which features films at the end of their filming or at their post-production stage, made by directors from Maghreb, Portuguese-speaking African countries and developing Ar...

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    "The Tree of Life" Wins FIPRESCI Prize & San Sebastian's 'Made In Spain' Selection Revealed

    The International Federation of Film Critics (FIPRESCI) has granted its Grand Prix for the year's best film to Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life." The film, which won the Palme DdOr at Cannes in May, will screen at the Zabaltegi-Pearls section of the San Sebastian Film Festival, where the award wi...

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    San Sebastian Fills Out Its Lineup with the Latin American Sidebar

    The upcoming San Sebastian International Film Festival has added 13 films to its official lineup with the Horizontes Latinos sidebar, including two Cannes' Un Certain Regard players, Gerardo Naranjo's "Miss Bala" and Chilean Christian Jimenez's "Bonsai."

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    Updated: San Sebastian Festival Adds International Titles to New Directors Section

    [Updated 3:00pm EDT] The world premiere of Kim Ki-duk's "Amen" along with Oren Moverman's "Rampart" round out the 59th San Sebastian Film Festival's competition section in additions made Wednesday. Also joining the festival's Zabaltegi-Pearls section are titles from Steve McQueen, Johnnie To and Nic...

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    Glenn Close to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award in San Sebastian

    The San Sebastian International Film Festival is honoring actress Glen Close with this year's Donostia lifetime achievement award on September 18. Close will also be on hand at the event to introduce the European premiere of her latest project, Rodrigo Garcia's "Albert Nobbs."

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    Martin Scorsese, Frederick Wiseman and Hirokazu Kore-eda Added to San Sebastian Roster

    New films by Martin Scorsese, Frederick Wiseman and Hirokazu Kore-eda will be part of the San Sebastian International Film Festival's Zabaltegi special screenings program.

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    French Comedy "Intouchables" to Close San Sebastian International Film Festival

    The world premiere of the French comedy "Intouchables," from directors Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache, will close the 59th edition of San Sebastian International Film Festival, it was announced today.

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    Berlinale & San Sebastian Fest Collaborate for "Culinary Zinema" Gastronomy Section

    The Berlin and San Sebastian International Film Festivals and the Basque Culinary Center have unveiled the San Sebastian Fest’s new section, “Culinary Zinema”, a nod to Berlin's "Culinary Cinema" section. The two fests will collaborate on a number of gastronomy-related activities. SSIFF director Jos...

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