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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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El proceso de Burgos / THE BURGOS TRIAL
It Happened Yesterday

Story of the trial that took place in Burgos starting 3 December 1970 telling how the accused joined ETA and how, after the death in an assault of police commissioner and renowned torturer Manzanas, there was an enormous raid leading to the arrest of 13 men and 3 women belonging to ETA, including two priests. Lawyers Juan María Bandrés and Miguel Castells explain the details of the trial. Nine of the defendants were condemned to death, but General Franco, under pressure from national and international opinion, commuted the sentence.
IMANOL URIBE El Salvador, 1950. A son of Basque parents, he moved to the Basque Country at the age of seven, going on to study Journalism and Film Directing in Madrid. El proceso de Burgos won the Pearl of the Cantabrian Award at the San Sebastian Festival in 1979. Días contados (Numbered Days) won the Golden Shell in 1994, an award he repeated in 1996 (ex-aequo) with Bwana. In 1983, together with Javier Aguirresarobe, he founded the production company Aiete Films.
Imanol Uribe
Javier Aguirresarobe
Julio Peña
Ibai Rekondo
Running Time
134 m.
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