Magazine article Screen International

San Sebastian's Early Selections Include Ana Katz's Family, Julie Delpy's Skylab

Magazine article Screen International

San Sebastian's Early Selections Include Ana Katz's Family, Julie Delpy's Skylab

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The San Sebastian International Film Festival has unveiled several titles in its Official Selection, including new films from Sarah Polley, Hirokazu Kore-Eda and Julie Delpy.

Several of the filmmakers in 2011 have long-time ties to the festival: Mexican film-maker Arturo Ripstein brings his new film The Reasons Of The Heart. He previously won San Sebastian's Golden Shell for 1993's The Beginning And The End and 2000's The Ruination of Men, plus the festival's special jury prize for The Place Without Limits in 1978.

Buenos Aires-based Ana Katz, who has brought her two previous features to San Sebastian, brings bittersweet family comedy The Marziano's Family.

UK filmmaker Terence Davies was the subject of a San Sebastian retrospective in 2008, and Kore-eda has competed three previous times in San Sebastian.

The films selected so far are:

The Deep Blue Sea, dir. Terence Davies (UK)

I Wish (Kiseki), dir. …

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