Magazine article Screen International

León, Trapero, Rosales, Herrero Will Screen Latest Films in San Sebastian's Made in Spain

Magazine article Screen International

León, Trapero, Rosales, Herrero Will Screen Latest Films in San Sebastian's Made in Spain

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The programme includes the Spanish premiere of Sleepless Knights.

As its traditional, the San Sebastián International Film Festival will screen some of the most important Spanish films of the previous months.

Malaga award winner The Wild Boys, by Patricia Ferreira, is a drama centered on three outcast teenagers who defy the establishment. Carmina o Revienta, by popular actor Paco León, has been a smash hit with its portrayal of the most authentic Andalusia. Another Malaga favorite, Imanol Uribe's Orange Honey, is a drama set during the Spanish Civil War.

Unit 7, an action drama by Alberto Rodríguez (Seven Virgins), has played well at this year's box office thanks to the appeal of hunk Mario Casas (I Want You) and its vibrant closeup of the police fight against drugs in 1990s Seville. Frozen Silence is a thriller by Gerardo Herrero set during the Spanish campaign in Russia helping the Nazis during the 1940s. Juan Diego Botto and Carmelo Gómez star.

And from Cannes, White Elephant [pictured], by Pablo Trapero, is a co-production with Argentina about two priests in Buenos Aires' poorest areas. …

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