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Blogging from San Sebastian September 17-25, 2021

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The company Amenabar renews its commitment to young audiences at the Festival

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The youngest among us will be able to enjoy six films offered by the Festival’s Official Collaborator

San Sebastian Festival will present a selection of six films especially intended for an audience of children which, for the second consecutive year, will be sponsored by the company Amenabar, which is in turn an Official Festival Collaborator.

The section will include a total of five animated films and one combining real life images with animation. The former are Alfonbra magikoa (Up and Away), narrating the adventures of Hodja and his flying carpet; Terra Willy: Planeta ezezaguna (Terra Willy: Unexplored planet), starring a young boy, a robot and an alien creature; Mr. Link: Jatorri galdua (Missing Link) about a researcher dedicated to myths and monsters; Playmobil: Filma (Playmobil: the movie), a fascinating voyage into the universe of the popular toymakers; and Manou (Manou the Swift), about a little swift who wants to be a seagull. In addition to these, Pokémon Pikatxu detektibea (Pokémon Detective Pikachu) is the first film with real life images to be based on the universe of the famous Pokémon franchise.

 On weekends during the Festival a number of screenings will be programmed for family audiences in the Príncipe cinemas. All of the films will be dubbed into Basque, thanks to the collaboration of Zineuskadi in the framework of the Zinema euskaraz programme. The San Sebastian Festival, which has been bringing the cinema to the youngest among us for more than three decades thanks to its Movies for Kids section, wishes to say a very special thank you to Amenabar which, in such a complicated year, continues its commitment to the families of Gipuzkoa and to generating new audiences. 

Amenabar, an Official Festival Collaborator since last year, is one of Spain’s leading property developers backed by almost 40 years’ experience which, besides having its own property development and construction companies, also has other resource-providing endeavours (a quarry, tarmac plant, technical teams and sampler factory, among others). Specialised in promotion and construction, with the experience of having built in excess of 25,600 homes, today the company has more than 62 developments in Spain. Apart from the above, Amenabar is responsible for hugely emblematic buildings including the Kursaal, the Basque Culinary Center, the Biodonostia Health Research Institute, Tabakalera and the San Telmo Museum, all located in San Sebastian. 

 

 

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Alfonbra Magikoa / Up and Away

Karsten Kiilerich (Denmark)

Tale from A Thousand and One Nights about a village boy who, accompanied by his faithful goat and with the help of a flying carpet and of a girl who lives in the streets of the big city, wangles a way of travelling the world and defeating his enemies: a sultan thirsty for power, two hungry alligators and an unscrupulous villain...

 

 

 

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Manou / Manou The Swift

Andrea Block, Christian Haas (Germany)

Manou is a little swift who, following an incident, is raised by a couple of seagulls. Manou grows up believing he’s one of them, but soon finds out he’ll never be accepted as such. After several failed attempts to fit in, he decides to meet birds of his own species and stay with them to live. But soon both the swifts and seagulls are faced with a threat so dangerous they’ll have to join forces and Manou will become the hero of the day.

 

 

 

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Mr. Link: Jatorri galdua / Missing Link

Chris Butler (Canada - USA)

Lionel Frost, a researcher dedicated to myths and monsters, discovers a strange and gentle creature, the last of its kind, whom he calls Mr. Link. Together with Mr. Frost, Mr. Link will embark on an exciting and entertaining trip to find his long-gone cousins, the Yeti. They will have the help of Adelina Fortnight, a brave adventurer who has the only known map with the location of the Yeti. Together they will face all kinds of dangers to reach their destination.

 

 

 

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Playmobil: Filma / PLaymobil: The Movie

Lino DiSalvo (France - USA - Germany - Canada)

When young Charlie unexpectedly disappears into the magical, animated universe of Playmobil, Marla must go on a quest of a lifetime to bring him home. As she sets off on a fantastic journey across stunning new worlds and overcomes impossible challenges, Marla teams up with some new and hugely entertaining friends.

 

 

 

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Pokémon Pikatxu Detektibea / Pokémon Detective Pikachu

Rob Letterman (USA)

Detective Pikachu helps young Tim to investigate the disappearance of his father, detective Harry Goodman. Tim and Pikachu discover that they are uniquely equipped to work together and join forces on a thrilling adventure to unravel the tangled mystery.

 

 

 

 

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Terra Willy: Planeta ezezaguna / Terra Willy: Unexplored Planet

Eric Tosti (France)

Young Willy is accompanying his parents on a space mission. When their ship is accidentally destroyed, Willy is ejected in an emergency capsule and carried far away from his parents, landing on a wild and unexplored planet. Accompanied by the survival robot Buck and by Flash, his new alien friend, Willy will set about finding a way to reunite his parents while he discovers the secrets of this fascinating new world.

 

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