The Spanish film Lobos de Arga, by Juan Martínez Moreno, has won the Audience Award to the Best Feature Film at the 22nd San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, that finishes tonight with the screening of Juan de los muertos.
This morning has been presented the full program of the 22nd San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, that will take place between October 29th and November 4th. As always, it will present a selection of the most important titles of the year, feature and short films, and some other activities.
Here you'll find some of the feature films that will participate this year at the Official Selection of the San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, that will compite for the Prize of the Audience to the Best Feature Film (€6,000).
Collectible film heroes, 8th Comic Book Encounters (starring the veteran illustrator Vicente B. Ballestar and local authors Aranzta Sestayo and Rober Garay), bloody clay figures and strange photographs can be viewed in various exhibits which are carried out in the framework of the 22nd Horror and Fantast Film Festival which will take place from the 29th of October to the 4th of November.
In a Glass Cage (Agustí Villaronga, 1987), A Clockwork Orange (Stanley Kubrick, 1971), Irreversible (Gaspar Noé, 2002), Cannibal Holocaust (Ruggero Deodato, 1980), A Serbian Film (2010)... Fantasy and horror films have dozens of titles which, at that moment, were capable of fixing a gaze on the unthinkable or the unbearable, they were thought harmful to the society from which they originated.
The actress from Madrid Manuela Vellés, star of films like Chaotic Ana (2007) and Kidnapped (2010), shown in the past edition of the festival, is the personality for the poster for the 2011 Horror and Fantasy Film Festival which will take place from the 29 October to 4 November.
European, American and Oriental films in the Festival's programme (29 October – 4 November). Here is an advance of some of the most important fantasy and horror films of the year, directed by authors who are already acclaimed within the genre (some of them habituals at San Sebastian, like Lucky McKee or Noboru Iguchi), which can be viewed in San Sebastián.