The English film The World's End, by Edgar Wright, has won the Audience Award to the Best Feature Film at the 24th San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival, that finishes tonight with the screening of Byzantium.
This morning has been presented the full program of the 24th San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, that will take place between October 26th and November 1st. As always, it will present a selection of the most important titles of the year, feature and short films, and some other activities.
The 2013 Méliès d'Or Award to the Best European Fantastic Film went to Au nom du fils, directed by Vincent Lannoo. The 2013 Short Film Méliès d'Or to the Best European Fantastic Short Film went to the Spanish film Voice Over, directed by Martín Rosete. The film (that it's at the Kimuak catalog) won last year at San Sebastian the Jury Award to the Best Short Film.
Here you'll find some of the feature films that will participate this year at the Official Selection of the 24th San Sebastian Horror & Fantasy Film Festival, that will take place between October 26 and November 1.
The 24th San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film Festival will open on October 26 with the film The World's End (2012).
Objects from some of the most famous fantasy film exhibited.
Cannon Films disappeared 20 years ago. The Horror and Fantasy Film Festival wants to pay homage to the legendary movie factory focusing on the fantasy films made by the production company
The people of San Sebastian and members of the legendary Orquesta Mondragón are the image of the poster for this new edition of the Festival. The multitalented showman once again embodies the tormented Alonzo, star of the unforgettable The Unknown (1927) by Tod Browning, a film which Javier Gurruchaga already dedicated a song by the band to and the title of his first book. In the image he is accompanied by Pedro Ayestarán, “Popotxo”, who plays the part of Cojo, the midget in the film who helps Alonzo escape from the authorities.