71SSIFF - 22/30 September 2023
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The Company FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE DONOSTIA / SAN SEBASTIÁN S.A., is made up in equal parts of the San Sebastian City Council, the Basque Government, the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa and the Spanish Ministry of Culture, Education and Sport.

The FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE DONOSTIA / SAN SEBASTIÁN S.A. was incorporated as a Public Limited Company on 21st December 1990 and no changes have been made to the company name since its incorporation.

Its head offices are currently located in TABAKALERA, International Centre for Contemporary Culture, Plaza de las Cigarreras 1, 2ª planta, San Sebastián.

Its business purpose and current activity is to organise the annual International San Sebastian Film Festival and to promote, foster and organise other expressions and activities related to cinematic dissemination.

The San Sebastian Festival is accredited by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations, FIAPF www.fiapf.org, in the "Competitive film festivals" category.

The San Sebastian Festival seeks to make a positive contribution to the development of the film culture and industry.

Company details:

In accordance with article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11th, on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, we inform you that the details identifying the company are as follows:

  • Company Name: FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE DONOSTIA / SAN SEBASTIÁN S.A
  • Tax no: A-20219283
  • Company address: Plaza de las Cigarreras, 1, 2ª planta 20012 - Donostia / San Sebastián (Gipuzkoa, Spain)
  • Telephone no.: +34 943 481 212
  • Email address: ssiff@sansebastianfestival.com
 
 
Who is who
 
International Delegates Network
 
  • FRANCE / BELGIUM / CANADA
    Alex Masson
  • JAPAN
    Daniel Aguilar
  • LATIN AMERICA
    Javier Martín
  • NORDICS / UK
    Wendy Mitchell
  • CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE / SOUTH KOREA
    Roberto Cueto
  • ASIA
    Cheng-Sim Lim
  • USA
    Mikel Olaciregui


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Board of Directors
 
SAN SEBASTIAN CITY COUNCIL
  • Eneko Goia
  • Jaime Otamendi
  • Jon Insausti
  • Marisol Garmendia
PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF GIPUZKOA
  • Eider Mendoza
  • Irune Berasaluze
  • Goizane Álvarez
  • Patxi Presa
BASQUE GOVERNMENT
  • Bingen Zupiria
  • Andoni Iturbe
  • Irene Larraza
  • Ainhoa Ondarzabal
I.C.A.A. - INSTITUTE OF CINEMATOGRAPHY AND AUDIOVISUAL ARTS (SPANISH MINISTRY OF CULTURE)
  • Ignasi Camós
  • Camilo Vázquez
  • Rocío Juanes de Toledo
  • Jara Ayúcar
 
 
 
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History
 

This year the Festival will be celebrating its 70th consecutive edition with the same enthusiasm felt the day it first saw the light on September 21st 1953.

Conceived as an International Film Week for the purpose of screening and marketing films, it was not long before the IFFPA granted it B status (non-competitive), thanks to the success of its first edition. A year later it was called the International Film Festival, and in 1955 the IFFPA recognised the festival as competitive, specialising in colour films. In other words, it could now grant official prizes. This marked the emergence of the "Concha", or shell - at the time only awarded in silver - determined by an international jury.

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Cessation indemnities: There are no requests for the exercise of private activity upon cessation.

 
 

Resolutions Compatibility: There are no compatibility recognition requests.

 
 

Subsidies and grants: The company does not give grants or subsidies.

 
 

Real Estate: The company does not own real estate.

 
 
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