Next year the cinema screen of the international center for contemporary culture Tabakalera in San Sebastián will host the Nosferatu Zinemaldia 70 cycle, which will offer an insight into the history of the San Sebastian film festival on the 70th anniversary of its creation through 40 films that were screened for his show since 1953.
Tickets and vouchers for all sessions on the shared screen of the aforementioned cultural center can be purchased on its website and facilities from next Wednesday.
In addition, the Zinemaldia + Plus cycles, the fifth edition of Cinema and Science and the cycle dedicated to the German filmmaker Christian Petzold will start their annual programming in January.
The Nosferatu cycle will start with the screening of Jacques Becker’s film ‘Paris, under the sea’ (Casque d’Or, 1952), which was screened at the 1st San Sebastián International Film Week (1953).
It will be followed by an approach to the history of the San Sebastian contest with the projection of around 40 films that have passed through its program since 1953, chosen mainly from among the official sections and those dedicated to the first works of filmmakers.
In addition, between January and March, the fifth edition of the Cinema and Science cycle will take place, organized by the Basque Film Library, the Donostia International Physics Center and the San Sebastián Festival. Between April and June, the Lumière Sessions cycle will take over, an opportunity to revisit some film classics by the Institut Lumière de Lyon.
On the other hand, the Tabakalera film program refocuses its annual cycles on two great names in contemporary cinema: the German filmmaker Christian Petzold and the French director Claire Simon, who will visit the contemporary culture center in May.