The Hollywood Reporter Correspondent Pamela Rolfe Wins Journalism Award
The honor is in recognition of international coverage of the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain – The Hollywood Reporter’s Spain correspondent Pamela Rolfe was honored by the regional Basque government’s for her international coverage of the San Sebastian Film Festival on Wednesday night in a televised ceremony at the old-world Victoria Eugenia Theater.
Three-star Michelin star restauranteur Elena Arzak and Basque singer-songwriter Mikel Erentxun handed out the award in the framework of the festival. Rocio Garcia of Spain’s widest circulating daily El Pais received the Basque government’s award for national coverage.
“It’s an honor to be recognized for a professional career and I am very grateful,” Rolfe said at the ceremony. “I’ve been covering the festival for 12 years for The Hollywood Reporter and always enjoy it.”
The event, which took place at the inauguration of the festival’s Basque Cinema sidebar, was attended by heavyweights from the Spanish film and television industries, as well as from the Basque culture scene.
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