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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 José Luis Rebordinos said; “For years we have admired the work of the Berlinale in this field with its Culinary Cinema section. That’s why, now, when we’ve decided to create our own section on cinema and gastronomy, we’ve come to the conclusion that the best way to do it is by working together with one of the biggest festivals in the world, the Berlin...

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    15 Spanish Films Make the Cut at 59th San Sebastian Film Festival

    This year's San Sebastian Film Festival revealed today that their lineup will feature 15 Spanish films, three of which will compete for the Golden Shell in the Official Selection, and three of which will vie for the Kutza-New Directors Award in the Zabaltegi-New Directors lineup. The remaining films...

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    Terence Davies, Sarah Polley, Julie Delpy All Lined Up for San Sebastian International Film Fest

    Terence Davies, Sarah Polley, Julie Delpy and Wang Xiaoshuai are among the directors lined up to screen their new works at the San Sebastian International Film Festival, the event said today, unveiling some of this year's Official Selection.

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    Clive Owen-Starring "Intruders" Set to Open San Sebastian International Film Festival

    "Intruders," the new thriller from director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo ("Intacto," "28 Weeks Later"), starring Clive Owen and Carice van Houten ("Black Book"), is set to open the 59th San Sebastien International Film Festival on September 16.

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    Toolkit | Meet the San Francisco International Film Festival Programmers (In Their Own Words)

    With the sheer number of arts-related events in San Francisco, one might mistake the city as one of America's largest metropolises, but in fact it's California's fourth largest city. San Francisco has however had a long tradition of embracing arts on the cusp, reflecting its vibrant...

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    "Neds" Takes San Sebastian Fest's Golden Shell

    The 58th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival concluded today in the eponymous seaside town on Spain's Atlantic coast with the official awards ceremony and closing film "Sarah's Key," which earlier premiered at Toronto. Peter Mullan's hard-hitting "Neds," short for "Non-Educated Delinquents," ...

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