AMERICAN actress Sigourney Weaver is jetting over to Spain this autumn to receive San Sebastian International Film Festival’s highest honour.
The star of Alien and Gorillas in the Mist will be presented with the Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award on September 21, during a screening her latest film, A Monster Calls, directed by Spaniard Juan Antonio Bayona.
Now in its 64th year, San Seb is one of only 14 Category ’ film festivals accredited by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations, a list which includes the celebrated Cannes, Venice and Berlin festivals.
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