Four midnight films also added, including Snowtown and The Monk.

San Sebastian’s Zabaltegi-Specials section has added six new films, three documentaries and three fiction features, including Frederick Wiseman’s Crazy Horse and Martin Scorsese’s George Harrison: Living In The Material World.  

They are:

Carriere. 250 Metros,dir. Juan Carlos Rulfo (About author and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière, Luis Buñuel’s faithful collaborator.)

The Rabbi’s Cat (Le Chat Du Rabbin), dir. Antoine Deslevaux and Joann Sfar (A rabbi and his talking cat go to a mythical African city in this animated feature.)

Crazy Horse, dir. Frederick Wiseman (About the famed Parisian cabaret.)

George Harrison: Living In The Material World, dir. Martin Scorsese (A closer look at the musician’s life.)

The Days After (Nochi No Hi), dir. Hirokazu Kore-eda (The director’s episode of fantasy TV series Kaidan-Horror Classics, about a couple visited by their dead son.)

On The Edge (Sur La Planche), dir. Leila Kilani (The harsh living conditions of two Moroccan youngsters.

As previously reported, the section already includes six Spanish films: 14 d’abril Macià contra Companys, by Manuel Huerga; Al final del tunnel (A light at the End of the Tunnel in the Basque Country), by Eterio Ortega; El cuaderno de barro (The Clay Diaries), by Isaki Lacuesta; Extraterrestre (Extraterrestrial), by Nacho Vigalondo; Madrid, 1987, by David Trueba; and Puzzled Love by the ESCAC (Escola Superior de Cinema i Audioviuals de Catalunya).

Also, the section has added midnight screenings of:

The Monk, dir. Dominik Moll (Spain-France)

Snowtown, dir. Justin Kurzel (Australia)

Watcher In The Attic(1976), dir. Noboru Tanaka [Pinku Eiga night]

Flower and Snake (1974), dir. Masaru Konuma [Pinku Eiga night]

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