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San Sebastián 2021 / New Directors

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11 articles available in total starting from 28/07/2021. Last article published on 01/10/2021.

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Review: Between Two Dawns

Review: Between Two Dawns

Selman Nacar bows in New Directors with the picaresque journey of the son of a Turkish factory owner living under the umbrella of his father  

01/10 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Emanuel Pârvu • Director of Mikado

Interview: Emanuel Pârvu • Director of Mikado

“I know a film cannot change the world, but it can raise questions”

We talked to the Romanian director, who seems determined to get to the bottom of complicated family situations in his sophomore feature  

28/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Review: Josephine

Review: Josephine

The feature debut by Javier Marco, boasting dedicated performances from Emma Suárez and Roberto Álamo, is a sensitive film revolving around a couple of lonesome, wounded animals  

27/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Selman Nacar • Director of Between Two Dawns

Interview: Selman Nacar • Director of Between Two Dawns

“San Sebastián is the only place that could heal me as a filmmaker”

Cineuropa caught up with the Turkish director after the world premiere of his debut film, which last year won a couple of work-in-progress prizes at this very festival  

27/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Romanian debut film Blue Moon wins the Golden Shell at San Sebastián

Romanian debut film Blue Moon wins the Golden Shell at San Sebastián

In a bold move, the jury has bestowed the festival’s main prize upon Alina Grigore’s raw and challenging movie; Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s and Tea Lindeburg’s works also won big  

26/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | Awards

Review: Mikado

Review: Mikado

With an impressive economy of resources, Emanuel Pârvu explores the ideas of guilt and accountability  

24/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Review: The Rust

Review: The Rust

In his sophomore film, Colombian director Juan Sebastián Mesa swaps the city for the sierra in a tale that, rooted in place, somehow strikes a universal chord  

24/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Darko Sinko  • Director of Inventory

Interview: Darko Sinko • Director of Inventory

“It is already a statement if you take a different approach in storytelling or formal aesthetics compared to how it’s done in Slovenian film tradition”

The tragicomedy by the Slovenian director premieres in New Directors and looks into what happens if you begin to mistrust everyone who surrounds you  

21/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

Review: Inventory

Review: Inventory

In Darko Sinko’s feature-length fiction debut, the protagonist undertakes an inventory of his personal life to make sense of a shooting attack on him  

21/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Juan Sebastián Mesa’s The Rust

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Juan Sebastián Mesa’s The Rust

This Colombian-French co-production is the second feature by the director of Los Nadie and is competing in the New Directors section of San Sebastián  

16/09 | San Sebastián 2021 | New Directors

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