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San Sebastián 2015 / Competition


8 articles available in total starting from 21/09/2015. Last article published on 28/09/2015.

Sunset Song: women can be warriors too

Sunset Song: women can be warriors too

SAN SEBASTIAN 2015: British maestro Terence Davies’ latest film is a most beautiful and delicate portrait of life in Scotland during the Great War  

28/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

The White Knights: behind good intentions

The White Knights: behind good intentions

SAN SEBASTIAN 2015: Belgian director Joachim Lafosse reconstructs a shocking real-life event with a punchy film bordering on documentary, adventure and a social exposé  

28/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

The King of Havana: Far from a postcard

The King of Havana: Far from a postcard

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: Majorcan director Agustí Villaronga is back with a hard-hitting adaptation of Pedro Juan Gutiérrez’s novel of the same name, shot in Santo Domingo but with Cuban actors  

25/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

Evolution: towards a perfect matriarchal society?

Evolution: towards a perfect matriarchal society?

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: French director Lucile Hadzihalilovic devised her new film as a sensory journey, a way of exploring an unknown land  

24/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

Truman, a lot of pent-up emotion

Truman, a lot of pent-up emotion

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: Spanish director Cesc Gay’s film does not sugarcoat anything and features sublime performances from Ricardo Darín and Javier Cámara  

23/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

High-Rise: The Gospel of Ballard according to Ben Wheatley

High-Rise: The Gospel of Ballard according to Ben Wheatley

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: The eagerly awaited fifth film by the director of Sightseers is a free and frenzied adaptation of the novel by the dystopian British author  

23/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

Sparrows: An abrupt farewell to innocence

Sparrows: An abrupt farewell to innocence

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: Icelandic director Rúnar Rúnarsson has made an unhurried chronicle of the transition from adolescence to adulthood, which is much harsher and more brutal than it first appears  

22/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

21 Nights with Pattie: A hidden source and macabre farce

21 Nights with Pattie: A hidden source and macabre farce

SAN SEBASTIÁN 2015: The Larrieu brothers’ latest film is cheerful, funny and skilfully mixes genres, with a cast starring the superb Isabelle Carré and Karin Viard  

21/09/2015 | San Sebastián 2015 | Competition

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