Marion Cotillard will receive the Donostia Award from the San Sebastián Festival

After the triumph of Cannes with the premiere of Anette, Marion Cotillard will receive the Donostia Award at the 69th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival

Marion Cotillard will receive the Donostia Award from the San Sebastián Festival

After the triumph of Cannes with the premiere of Anette, Marion Cotillard will receive the Donostia Award at the 69th edition of the San Sebastian Film Festival. The French actress will be awarded next to Johnny Depp, in this Zinemaldia to be held from September 17 to 25.

The honorary award will be given at the opening ceremony, which will include the projection of the short rose Rosae. The Civil War, by Carlos Saura, and the feature film and Miao Zhong / One Second, by Zhang Yimou.

Cotillard was born in Paris, surrounded by a family of artists, and opened through the international panorama that has catapulted him great cinematographic projects in the Hollywood industry. She winner of the Oscar, the Golden Globe and the BAFTA Award for his interpretation of Édith Piaf at the VIE in Rose, she has collaborated with great filmmakers: from Christopher Nolan to Leos Carax.

He debuted with someone if you dare, the French film that catapulted him to fame. Although it was its award-winning PIAF interpretation that opened the doors to most projects in the US market, with Films such as Public Enemies, Origin or Midnight in Paris.

Updated Date: 04 September 2021, 16:58

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