San Sebastian Film Festival has announced an additional nine films for its Zabaltegi-Tabakalera selection, taking the competition to 12 features and six shorts.
Bi Gan - whose debut Kaili Blues won a string of awards across the globe - will present his follow up Long Day's Journey Into Night, which tells the story of a man who returns to the town of his birth in search of a woman. Also joining the line-up is Manta Ray (Kraben Rahu), which will make its debut at Venice later this month. The film, which marks the debut by Phuttiphong Aroonpheng. tells the story of a fisherman who develops an unspoken connection with a wounded man he rescues from a forest.
Stop-motion animation The Wolf House (La Casa Lobo), by Cristobal León and Joaquín Cociña continues its festival journey, telling the tale of a