Nest. Atzerabegirakoa = Nest. Retrospectiva = Nest. Retrospective
NEST, The International Meeting of Film Students is jointly organised by the San Sebastian Film Festival and Tabakalera, in partnership with San Sebastian 2016, European Capital of Culture. The aim of the event is to facilitate the exchange of experiences and information on audio-visual matters.
Coinciding with the San Sebastian film festival, when the city is immersed in all things related to cinema, Medialab, Tabakalera's creation library offers a chance to see and enjoy prize-winning films from the Meetings from 2008 to 2020 in its Experimental Screen corner.
These are the films you can view, listed in order of the date they won the prize: Le bal des suspendus by Azzam El Mehdi (2008); Segal by Yuval Shani (2009); The Opposite Shore by Ao Shen (2009); Los minutos, las horas by Janaína Marqueés Ribeiro (2010); Eva – Shem Zmani by Dor Fadlon (2011); The Mass of Men by Gabriel Gauchet (2012); Escenas previas by Aleksandra Maciuszek (2013); Guillaume le désespéré by Berenger Thouin (2013); Greenland by Oren Gerner (2014); Les Oiseaux-Tonnerre by Léa Mysius (2014; Idle by Raia Al Souliman; Onno de Onwetende by Viktor Van Der Valk (2014); Nicht den boden berühren by Mia Spengler (2014); Nueva vida by Kiro Russo (2015); El enemigo by Aldemar Matias (2015); Wada'/Preductuib by Khaled Mzher (2015); Volando voy by Isabel Lamberti (2015).