Three films co-executive produced by Cate Blanchett through Dirty Films are hitting the screens at this year’s fall film festivals across different cities around the world.
Warwick Thornton’s The New Boy is part of the official selection at San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Toronto International Film Festival schedule has been released. Christos Nikou’s Fingernails is part of Special Presentation section, Noora Niasari’s Shayda at Centrepiece Program section, and The New Boy at Gala Presentation section.
We couldn't be prouder to have a strong presence at the prestigious @TIFF_NET, with three of our projects screening across three days, on the 12th, 13th and 14th of September.
FINGERNAILS – 12 September
SHAYDA – 13 September
THE NEW BOY – 14 September pic.twitter.com/87AobJh5Dn
— Dirty Films (@dirtyfilms) August 17, 2023
#71SSIFF #Perlak ? Warwick Thornton will show THE NEW BOY, after its screening in #UnCertainRegard at @Festival_Cannes. Cate Blanchett produces and stars in this film, set in a remote monastery run by a renegade nun that takes in an orphaned Aboriginal boy. pic.twitter.com/0L6v7vnTty
— Donostia Zinemaldia – Festival de San Sebastián (@sansebastianfes) August 18, 2023
A selection of the year’s best feature films, as yet unreleased in Spain, which have received critical acclaim and/or awards at other international festivals. Armani Beauty is the sponsor of this section.
All of the films in the Perlak section compete for the City of Donostia/San Sebastian Audience Award, sponsored by the San Sebastian City Council and decided by spectators attending the film’s first screening.
The City of Donostia/San Sebastian Audience Award is divided into two prizes: the best film award, with 50,000 euros, and the best European film award, with 20,000 euros.
The City of Donostia/San Sebastian Audience Award goes to the distributor of the film in Spain.