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Isaki, Icíar Bollaín, Rodrigo Sorogoyen and Carlos vermouth compete in the San Sebastián festival

Four Spanish films will compete for the Golden shell

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Isaki, Icíar Bollaín, Rodrigo Sorogoyen and Carlos vermouth compete in the San Sebastián festival

In a year of great harvest of Spanish cinema, Jose Luis Rebordinos, director of Festival of San Sebastián, has had "very complicated" choice of films to be presented in next edition of contest that will begin next September 21. And among all chosen will be four films to contest in official section, two of m led by filmmakers who already know what it is to win Golden Shell. Isaki Cocuesta (winner in Donostia with lost steps) will present between two waters, continuation of legend of time, on reunion of two Gypsy brors. The or previous winner of Golden Shell. Carlos vermouth with Magical Girl, debut who will Sing You, starring a singer Amnesic to recover his memory thanks to an admirer. Next to m, kingdom, by Rodrigo Sorogoyen, which delves into moral rot of current Spanish political corruption; and Yuli, by Icíar Bollaín, Cuban biography Carlos Acosta.

For second time re will be television series in San Sebastian. Out of competition, giants will be projected, by Enrique Urbizu and Jorge Dorado, with José Coronado in middle of a drug trafficking plot.

In special projections, Dantza, of Telmo Esnal, and time after, of Jose Luis rope, a continuation of surreal humour of dawn that is not little.

In new directors participate notes for a film of robbery, by Elías León Siminiani; ' Oreina ', by Koldo Almanduz; For war, of Francisco Marise, voyage to room of a mor, of Celia rich Avellino.

In Zabaltegi-Tabakalera you will be able to see two feature films: Belmonte, by Federico Veiroj, and Argentine co-production war atre, by Lola Arias.

Finally, in pearls compete for public award Argentine co-production El Ángel, by Luis Ortega; The Polish co-production one Day more alive, of Raúl de la Fuente and Damian Nenow; and Petra, by Jaime Rosales. All three come from ir successful debut at Cannes film Festival.

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