The San Sebastian Film Festival has revealed a 15-strong films for its Made In Spain section, which covers the top local films from 2009 including Pedro Almodovar’s Broken Embraces.

The line-up includes two world premieres - Mario Iglesias’ personal drama Stories and Enrique Gabriel and Javier Angulo’s Spanish-Argentinian drama The Loss (La Pedida) about Argentinians who fled the dictatorship in the 1960s.

Other titles include the two comedies Brain Drain, which took $9m at the Spanish box office, and Borja Cobeaga’s Pagafantas.

Made In Spain line up:

The Two Lives of Andrés Rabadán, dir: Ventura Durall

25 Carat, dir: Patxi Amezcua

Broken Embraces, dir: Pedro Almodovar

The Good News, dir: Helena Taberna

A Certain Truth, dir: Abel Garcia Roure

Family Strip, dir: Luis Minarro

Brain Drain, dir: Fernando Gonzalez Molina

History Of A Rock Band, dir: Juanma Bajo Ulloa

Ich Bin Enric Marco, dir: Santiago Fillol, Lucas Vermal

Pagafantas, dir: Borja Cobeaga

The Loss, dir: Enrique Gabriel, Javier Angulo

Stories, dir: Mario Iglesias

Return To Hansala, dir: Chus Gutierrez

Three Days With The Family, dir: Mar Coll

The Shame, dir: David Planell