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60 Years of San Sebastian International Film Festival

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This year the Festival will be celebrating its 60th consecutive edition with the same enthusiasm felt the day it first saw the light on September 21st 1953. Conceived as an International Film Week for the purpose of screening and marketing films, it was not long before the IFFPA granted it B status (non-competitive), thanks to the success of its first edition. A year later it was called the International Film Festival, and in 1955 the IFFPA recognized the festival as competitive, spec...

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...

Italian Neorealism At New York's Lincoln Center

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  It doesn’t get much better than this…..the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which presents the New York Film Festival each Fall, is in the midst of a revelatory review of one of the major film movements of the 20th century, presenting a list of acknowledged classics along with previously unknown (at least to me) gems. ITALIAN NEOREALISM AND THE BIRTH OF MODERN CINEMA is an exhaustive look at the cinema that flourished in Italy in the post-war period and that still remains a high poi...
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