Fernando León de Aranoa will screen ‘Sintiéndolo mucho’, his documentary on Joaquín Sabina, together with the composer himself and Leiva
The premiere of ‘Rainbow’, directed by Paco León, will be accompanied by Dora, Ayax Pedrosa and Wekaforé, as well as other members of the cast, including Carmen Maura, Carmen Machi, Luis Bermejo and Hovik Keuchkerian
The musician and moviemaker Fermin Muguruza will present ‘Black is beltza II: Ainhoa’ together with Maria Cruickshank, Itziar Ituño, Antonio de la Torre, Ariadna Gil and Darko Peric
Having ceased to exist for two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the San Sebastian Festival will return at its 70th edition to screenings in the Velodrome, on a giant screen with capacity for almost 3,000 spectators and a screen of 400 square metres. To introduce the three world premieres programmed this year, we will have the visit alongside their directors of several members of their artistic teams, including big names from the music scene.
The Velodrome will reopen its doors on Saturday 17 at 20:00 with the showing of Sintiéndolo mucho / Feeling It, a documentary by Fernando León de Aranoa on the composer Joaquín Sabina, who will accompany the director at the presentation alongside another professional colleague, the musician Leiva.
A day later, on Sunday at 20:00, it will be the turn of Rainbow, Paco León’s take on the classic The Wizard of Oz. Both the filmmaker himself and several actors with experience in the field of music have confirmed their attendance, such as the lead character, Dora, Ayax Pedrosa and Wekaforé, as well as other members of the cast including Carmen Maura, Carmen Machi, Luis Bermejo and Hovik Keuchkerian.
Lastly, the musician and moviemaker Fermin Muguruza will show the animated film Black is beltza II: Ainhoa, whose introduction will also have the presence of many of the actors lending their voice to the characters: Maria Cruickshank, Itziar Ituño, Antonio de la Torre, Ariadna Gil and Darko Peric.
Individual tickets for each of these films cost 8.25 euros. Purchases are limited to a maximum of four tickets per showing. Purchases of ten or more tickets in a single operation will benefit from a 25% discount.
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