Women win big at San Sebastian film festival

Ladies were the large champs at the last evening of the San Sebastian Film Festival on Saturday, which saw American entertainer Jessica Chastain share the top acting prize with 16-year-old Danish entertainer Flora Ofelia Hofmann Lindahl.

Romanian film “Blue Moon” took the Golden Shell for best film at the 69th version of Spain’s greatest film festival.The celebration’s very first impartial acting honor, for best driving execution, was granted together to Chastain for “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” and Hofmann Lindahl for her job in “As in Heaven”.

“How invigorating is it this year to commend two female exhibitions? It takes my breath away,” Chastain said.

In “The Eyes of Tammy Faye”, double cross Oscar chosen one Chastain portrays the ascent and fall of Christian TV minister Tammy Faye Bakker, a job that is now producing Oscar buzz for the star.Tea Lindeburg won the Silver Shell for best chief for “As in Heaven”, a determined glance at parenthood in the nineteenth century told through the eyes of a young lady.

“Blue Moon” is the component presentation of Romanian chief Alina Grigore and follows a young lady attempting to escape from a harmful rustic home.

Other enormous victors were Claire Mathon, who won best cinematography for French spine chiller “Covert”, and French-Bosnian chief Lucile Hadzihalilovic, who won the celebration’s exceptional prize for her film, the strange “Earwig”.

Tatiana Huezo won best Latin American film for “Petitions for the Stolen”.

Celine Sciamma took the fundamental crowd grant for “Modest Maman”, while Emmanuel Carrere’s “Between Two Worlds” featuring Juliette Binoche, won the crowd grant for best European film.

The solitary male champ in the singular classes was British chief Terence Davies, who won best screenplay for his Siegfried Sassoon biopic, “Beatitude”.

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