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September 18-19, 2011:
The Deep Blue Sea was chosen for Official Selection at the San Sebastian International Film Festival in Basque County, Spain. The film was also a contender for the Festival's TVE- Another Look Award. This award rewards cinema focusing on subjects related to the female world; directed, starring or written by women, or by men whose film shows a particular sensitivity towards the world in question.
Tom Hiddleston was met by a huge crowd of fans when he arrived at the Maria Cristina Hotel.
He also received a very warm welcome from Spanish actor Imanol Arias.
Tom then headed to the Kursaal Palace for the Donosti Lifetime Achievement Award presentation to Glenn Close.
Glenn Close with her award.
The next day Tom Hiddleston returned to the Kursaal Palace for a photocall along with director Terence Davies and producers Sean O'Connor and Kate Ogborn.
Afterwards there was a press conference.
The final stop at San Sebastian was the gala premiere for The Deep Blue Sea. Tom Hiddleston made a grand entrance!
Tom also had several photograph sessions during the Festival.
Photographed by Eric Catarina
Photographed by Claude Medale
Day One: Tom Hiddleston wore his Armani Biker jacket, and Armani trousers. He also wore an Avengers crew hat (similar available from the Marvel Shop). Day Two: Tom wore his Armani Biker jacket again, along with a light grey button up and Armani Jeans leather trousers. He changed into a black Armani suit for the film screening.