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Five projects from Argentina, Spain, United States, Brazil and Switzerland have been selected out of the offerings, the highest figure since the residencies programme started. The San Sebastian Festival selection committee will have an equal distribution of men and women in Basque fashion will dress the galas at the San Sebastian Festival. The San Sebastian Festival embraces humour at the opening gala of its 66th edition.

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The screening schedule of all the films in all sections, will be available on Thursday September 13 both on the Festival website and in the App. The 17th edition of the Meeting, to take place from September at Tabakalera, will host the masterclasses given by Alexander Payne, Peter Strickland, Jaime Rosales, Albertina Carri and Virgil Vernier, who will also preside over the jury. Official presentation of San Sebastian Festival's 66th edition. Presentation of the 66th edition.

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Reilly, among many others, have confirmed their presence in San Sebastian. The Festival's programme and the Film Guide will be available on Thursday David R. Twenty Basque productions to be presented at the 66th edition of the San Sebastian Festival. The San Sebastian Festival section associating gastronomy and cinema is jointly organised with the Basque Culinary Center and in collaboration with the Berlin Festival.

A delegation of fifteen producers from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania will come to San Sebastian to discover the Festival first hand, participate in the Co-Production Forum and in the other Industry activities. One of the Donostia Awards at the 66th edition of the San Sebastian Festival will pay tribute to the career of legendary actress Judi Dench.

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Paul Thomas Anderson will receive the distinction for the third time in San Sebastian. The five filmmakers from the programme's fourth edition began their six-week residencies this week. The Festival will present the documentary ''Querido Fotogramas''. Fifteen productions will compete for the Kutxabank-New Directors Award. Films in Progress 34 to present five first works and one second film. The industry activity, to take place on September 24, 25 and 26, will screen productions from Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay.

The first work by Bradley Cooper will screen out of competition. Ainhoa Pernaute, Carlos Vermut. The Ikusmira Berriak programme has changed model and become a dual-period residency. The call for the fifth edition with the new formula opens next Monday, 9 July.

The deadline for submissions for this professional activity aimed at European films in non-hegemonic languages is 30 June. Curating students wil attend the process of preparing a festival and will debate the different models for festivals. Films in Progress 33 presents six films from Brazil, Chile and Mexico. The Ikusmira Berriak programme of residences opens its call for the submission of projects for its fourth edition. Films can now be submitted online for participation in the 66th edition of the San Sebastian Festival.

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