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ARCHITECTURE IN SAN SEBASTIAN... PROTECTED BUILD.. 
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SAN SEBASTIAN AND THE CINEMA... A FILM LOVE HISTORY

San Sebastian... and Gipuzkoa province y being the stage of many international films and series. We are living a high time, because the cinematrografic industry has put its eyes on San Sebastian. The last case, the Woody Allen film, its name is not known yet, is being shooteing during the summer of 2019 in San Sebastian, is one more case that gives prominence to the city.

During these years have shooted or are shooteing very famous films and series:

Game of Thrones: Is the most famous case. The most success serie has use Zumaia to be the stage of Dragonrock.

8 basque nicknames: One of most successfull comedy was shooted in Zumaia and Getaria.

Allí Abajo: The love history of a basque and andaluzian has been shooted in San Sebastian.

Handia: (Big): About the Altzo giant... a inside town in Gipuzkoa.

And there are also some films producing that are not released yet.

Patria: A serie that tells the history of ETA.

La Línea Invisible: a serie that also speaks about ETA, specifically about the origin and its first kill.

Akelarre: A film about the the women that were accused of being witches in the XVII century.

Another films shooted in San Sebastian:

Desiré (1936) With Marlene Dietrich and Gary Cooper. Appears la Concha and Londres Hotel.

Summer moon (1959) With Fernando Fernan Gómez and Tony Leblanc.

The England Battle (1969): Shooted in Zarautz and Hondarribia. But the most importatn location is the Liberty Avenue in San Sebastian.

27 hours (1986) Shooted by Montxo Armendáriz and with a young Antonio Banderas. It won the The best film award in San Sebastian film festival

Another films shooted in San Sebastian: The Mexican singer, The lost eyes, Papillon, Tell her with flowers, Ander eta Yul, The Basque ball, Zipi and zape.. and many more..

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