Tommy Lee Jones is set to receive a Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award.
The actor will receive the accolade at the 60th San Sebastian International Film Festival.
Jones is being recognised for his work in Hollywood, which includes No Country for Old Men, The Fugitive, Coal Miner's Daughter, JFK and the forthcoming Lincoln.
In 1993, Jones was awarded the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for The Fugitive. He has been nominated for three Oscars.
Jones will next be seen starring opposite Meryl Streep in Hope Springs, in a film about a couple who go through marriage counselling to reignite their relationship.
Oscar-winner Streep previously said of her co-star: "Tommy Lee is one of our greatest actors.
"He's a national treasure. He's an icon of manhood. And he's someone that will make men unafraid to enter this territory."