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San Sebastian International Film Festival

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  1. San Sebastian Fest: 'Magallanes' Wins Films in Progress Award

    1:48 pm 9/24/2014

    Salvador del Solar's directorial debut beat out five other Latin American film projectsRead more

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  2. San Sebastian: Canadians Line up Latin American Co-Productions

    5:48 am 9/24/2014

    The Canucks are sizing up partners as local cinema in Mexico, Brazil and Argentina surgesRead more

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  3. 'Limbo': San Sebastian Review

    2:38 am 9/24/2014

    German-based director Anna Sofie Hartmann's debut, set and shot in her Danish home town, premiered in a competitive sidebar at the Spanish festivalRead more

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  4. Spanish Box Office: Homegrown Films Reach Record Market Share

    11:08 am 9/23/2014

    Damian Szifron's 'Wild Tales' and other hot titles are expected to futher boost figureRead more

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  5. San Sebastian Film Fest: Orlando Bloom to Present 'The Greasy Hands Preachers' Motorcycle Doc

    8:59 am 9/22/2014

    The actor and cast will roll up to the world bow on Friday on two wheelsRead more

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  6. San Sebastian: John Malkovich Seduces With 'Casanova Variations'

    7:56 am 9/22/2014

    The actor talks about seduction, Javier Bardem and staying away from paparazziRead more

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  7. San Sebastian: Europeans Eye Day-and-Date Movie Releases as Netflix Rolls In

    6:55 am 9/22/2014

    Distributors and exhibitors call for films to hit cinemas and VOD at the same timeRead more

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  8. 'Casanova Variations': San Sebastian Review

    1:15 pm 9/21/2014

    John Malkovich stars as the eponymous libertine in Michael Sturminger's opera-theater-cinema hybridRead more

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  9. San Sebastian: Antonio Banderas Wants to Work More in Spain

    11:34 am 9/21/2014

    The Spanish actor is in San Sebastian to promote 'Automata'Read more

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  10. 'Not All Is Vigil' ('No todo es vigilia'): San Sebastian Review

    3:03 am 9/21/2014

    Prize-winning Spanish documentarian Hermes Paralluelo takes a step towards fiction with a portrait of his elderly grandparentsRead more

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