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Magdalena Orellana and Marina Palacio will represent EQZE in the seventh edition of Ikusmira Berriak

Eduardo Crespo, Mina Fitzpatrick and Manuel Muñoz Rivas complete the program


The residency period will be eight weeks. If the state of the pandemic makes this possible the five film-makers will arrive in Tabakalera on 15 March, where they will have until 25 April to work on their projects. In September, coinciding with the celebration of the Festival, they will return to San Sebastian to complete the last two weeks of the residency, with the project at a more advanced stage, in order to share it with the film industry.

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San Sebastian Festival’s complicated relationship with censorship under Franco is the theme of the second public programme of Zinemaldia 70

The event is organised by the Festival and the Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola (EQZE) will take place on December 4 at Tabakalera


The cases studies will now focus on the controversy surrounding the First Film Students Meeting in 1960, the problems suffered by the New American Cinema retrospective programmed in 1968, and the tense 1971 edition, marked by prohibition of the films Canciones para después de una guerra (Basilio Martín Patino, 1971) and Liberxina 90 (Carles Duran, 1970).

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Important presence of projects by Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola students at the 68th San Sebastián Film Festival

Marina Palacio and Jaume Claret to première their new films in Zabaltegi-Tabakalera and Nest


Elías Querejeta Zine Eskola (EQZE) will be well represented at the 68th San Sebastián International Film Festival (SSIFF), which will commence this Friday, 18 September. A large number of projects developed at the EQZE by students from the first two intake years will be featured in the multiple activities scheduled for this year, and the SSIFF programme will include some of the first works completed at the school.

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Jaume Claret will represent EQZE in Nest

His new film, "Ella i jo" will participate along with twelve other short films from around the world


The XIX edition of Nest, San Sebastian Festival’s international competition for short films by film students, has selected thirteen short films from amongst the 348 submissions received from 165 schools in 49 countries. The chosen works, seven signed by male filmmakers and six by female filmmakers, come from schools in Argentina, Cuba, Germany, India, Spain, the UK and the USA.

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