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Sebastián Lelio and Hong Sang-Soo to debut new projects – Deadline

by Stewart Cole

The San Sebastian Film Festival has revealed the line-up for its latest edition, which is set to run from September 16 to 24.

The festival, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, will be the European premiere of Chilean director Sebastián Lelio’s long-awaited latest film. The miracle based on the novel by Emma Donoghue starring Florence Pugh alongside a cast including Ciarán Hinds, Tom Burke, Toby Jones, Elaine Cassidy and Niamh Algar.

South Korean director Hong Sang-soo will also debut his latest offering Top / Walk Up in the competition. The film follows the interactions of a middle-aged filmmaker. This will be the South Korean director’s second entry in the Official Selection.

Other titles set to debut at the festival include French director Christophe Honoré’s new film Winter boyby Portuguese director Marco Martins Great Yarmouth-Provisional Figuresand the directorial debut of veteran Japanese producer Genki Kawamura A Hundred Flowers.

The latest film by Spanish director Alberto Rodríguez, Prison 77 (Modelo 77), will open the Out of Competition festival. The thriller stars Robbery of money actor Miguel Herrán and Javier Gutiérrez. The film, the director’s fifth entry in the Official Selection, will be screened after the opening gala at the Kursaal Auditorium on September 16.

Scroll down for the full list of titles.


The Substitute, directed by Diego Lerman
Great Yarmouth – Provisional Figures, directed by Marco Martins
A Hundred Flowers, directed by Genki Kawanura
Il Boemo, directed by: Pert Vaclav
Winter Boy, directed by Christophe Honore
The Kings Of The World, directed by: Laura Mora
Pornomelancholia, directed by Manuel Abramovich
Forever, directed by Frelle Petersen
Runner, directed by Marian Mathias
Sparta, directed by Ulrich Seidl
The Wonder, directed by Sebastian Lelio
Walk Up, directed by Hong Sango-Soo


Tax Me If You Can, directed by Yannick Kergoat

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