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San sebastian awards winners since 1953

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1953 La Guerra de Dios by Rafael Gil Spain 1954 Sierra maldita by Antonio del Amo Spain 1955 Giorni d'amore by Giuseppe de Santis Italy 1956 Il ferroviere by Pietro Germi Italy 1957 Oh! Sabella (La nonna Sabella) by Dino Risi Italy 1958 Le coeur au poing by Charles Binamé France 1959 The Nun's Story by Fred Zinnemann United States 1960 Romeo, Juliet a Tma by Jiri Weiss Czechoslovakia 1961 One-Eyed Jacks by Marlon Brando United States 1962 Arturo's...

Some media got it wrong about San Seb: here is the official story

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John Hopewell from Variety wrote the following title "San Sebastian faces budget crisis: Festival chief and staff threaten to resign" Read the full article on Variety.com (you probably would have to pay to access the article) "...The head of the San Sebastian Film Festival, the Spanish-speaking world’s biggest movie confab, is threatening to resign if his budget is slashed. If festival director Mikel Olaciregui ankles, he’ll be followed out the door by his entire...

Some media got it wrong about San Seb: here is the story

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Variety (John Hopewell) wrote that "San Sebastian faces budget crisis: Festival chief and staff threaten to resign"The festival's officials had a different story and made the following statement.In view of the erroneous, inaccurate information printed and broadcast by certain media in recent days, the San Sebastian Festival Management Team wishes to make the following clarifications: ONE – The economic results of the last two editions have experienced deficits of €511,878.31 in 2007 and €4...

Award Winners Announced At FLIFF Finale

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After nearly four weeks of film screenings, special events, receptions and information seminars, weary Festival honcho Gregory von Hausch took to the stage of the Cinema Paradiso last evening to announce this year's award winners at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF). Winning top prize as Best Film of the Fest was Gospel Hill, the feature debut of actor/director Giancarlo Esposito. The race relations drama, made even more relevant by last week's historic Presidential electio...

Family Film Festival Awards

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Sunday March 2nd 2008, the International Family Film Festival culminated four days of diverse feature films, shorts films, student shorts, industry panels and workshops, the Screenwriter’s Showcase & Award Ceremony, the Freshi Road Show, receptions, interviews and networking, with the prestigious IFFF Awards Ceremony & Banquet. At the black tie event, Chris Shoemaker, one of the festival founders and IFFF’s Executive Director, said of the 13th IFFF, “Yesterday afternoon the Goodyear Blimp...

Houston award winners

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WorldFest-Houston, the third oldest film festival in North America, celebrated the conclusion of its 38th annual independent film showcase with the Grand Awards Gala on April 30th and Closing Day festivities with a VIP tour of NASA and Space Center Houston and a Texas Barbecue on May 1st sponsored by The Houston Yacht Club. Both events were open to the public. WorldFest was founded as an International Film Society in August 1961. It became the third competitive international film festival in Nor...

Sante Fe on the rise

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As recently as four years ago, the New Mexico film festival marketplace featured a slug fest between the long running Taos Talking Picture Festival (TTPIX) and the upstart Santa Fe Film Festival (SFFF). Both possessed a unique niche, mountain town settings, and devoted audiences. For indie film festival freaks in the area, life was good. Alas, things never stay the same for long in this volatile business.Locals were stunned at the news last month that the nine year old Taos Talking Picture Festi...
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