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  1. San Sebastian Festival to Shine Spotlight on Japanese Independent Film

    4:34 am 5/7/2015

    With films from the likes of Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the event promises to feature "some of today’s most eye-catching filmmakers."Read more

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  2. San Sebastian Festival Sets 'King Kong' Directors Retrospective

    3:58 am 5/6/2015

    The Spanish fest will celebrate the works of Hollywood Golden Age filmmakers Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack.Read more

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  3. '71,' 'The Tribe' and 'Party Girl' Among European Discovery Nominees

    1:51 am 10/13/2014

    Spanish dramas '10,000 KM' and 'Wounded' also up for European Film Academy's best first feature prizeRead more

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  4. 'Foodies': San Sebastian Review

    4:40 am 10/6/2014

    Swedish-Dutch documentary on top-end culinary bloggers takes viewers on a globetrotting quest for gastronomic excellenceRead more

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  5. 'The Lesson' ('Urok'): San Sebastian Review

    4:31 am 10/6/2014

    Margita Gosheva stars in the debut feature from Bulgarian writing-directing duo Kristina Grozeva and Petar ValchanovRead more

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  6. 'Negotiator' ('Negociador'): San Sebastian Review

    4:17 am 10/2/2014

    Veteran Ramon Barea stars in Oscar-nominated writer-director Borja Cobeaga's politically charged comedy, named Best Basque Film at the Spanish festivalRead more

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  7. 'Dying Beyond Their Means' ('Murieron por encima de sus posibilidades'): San Sebastian Review

    12:56 pm 10/1/2014

    Goya-winner Raul Arevalo heads a star-studded Spanish cast in Isaki Lacuesta's topical black comedy, premiering out of competition at the long-running festivalRead more

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  8. 'The Greasy Hands Preachers': San Sebastian Review

    9:42 am 10/1/2014

    Clement Beauvais and Arthur de Kersauson's French documentary celebrates the culture surrounding custom-built motorbikes.Read more

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  9. Zurich: Director Andrea Di Stefano on Why 'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Is No 'Scarface 2'

    12:26 am 10/1/2014

    Three decisions he made on the drug lord biopic were "never show cocaine, have him talk Spanish in the opening scene and never show Pablo Escobar being violent onscreen."Read more

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  10. 'In Her Place': San Sebastian Review

    4:11 am 9/27/2014

    Yoon Da-Kyung and Ahn Ji-Hye star in Canadian director Albert Shin's Korea-set drama about the "secret" adoption of a babyRead more

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