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31 articles available in total starting from 15/07/2011. Last article published on 02/06/2021.

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Documentary Arica prompts intervention from UN Human Rights Rapporteurs

Documentary Arica prompts intervention from UN Human Rights Rapporteurs

Lars Edman and William Johansson’s feature documents the devastation caused by a Swedish mining giant in a Chilean desert town  

02/06 | Institutions | Legislation | Sweden/Chile/Belgium/Norway/UK

Review: The Mole Agent

Review: The Mole Agent

Tom Cruise had better watch his back, as there’s a serious rival on his heels: a charismatic older gentleman on his own Mission Impossible to investigate suspected abuse in a care home for the elderly  

19/03 | Films | Reviews | /Chile/USA/Germany/Netherlands/Spain

Maite Alberdi  • Director of The Mole Agent

Interview: Maite Alberdi • Director of The Mole Agent

“Old people dare to say what they think”

Between its enthusiastic reception at Sundance and San Sebastián and an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary, the Chilean filmmaker’s latest offering has met with spectacular success  

17/03 | /Chile/USA/Germany/Netherlands/Spain

Kristen Stewart joins the British royal family in Spencer

Kristen Stewart joins the British royal family in Spencer

Pablo Larraín's biographical drama on Princess Diana, a co-production between the UK, Germany and Chile, will begin COVID-secure principal photography next month  

14/01 | Production | Funding | UK/Germany/Chile

Review: Arica

Review: Arica

How did a Swedish mining giant destroy thousands of lives in a Chilean desert town? The answer is in Lars Edman and William Johansson Kalén's new documentary  

01/12/2020 | IDFA 2020

Review: Vera de verdad

Review: Vera de verdad

Beniamino Catena’s first work embarks on a poetic search for possible synchronic connections between space and time, but is ultimately too confused to satisfy sci-fi fans  

24/11/2020 | Turin 2020

Review: Karnawal

Review: Karnawal

In his debut feature, a film built primarily on anticipation, Juan Pablo Félix follows the rhythm and some complicated family dynamics  

24/11/2020 | Black Nights 2020 | First Feature Competition

Rodrigo Sepúlveda • Director of My Tender Matador

Interview: Rodrigo Sepúlveda • Director of My Tender Matador

"From the very first moment, you realise that this love story will end up as a tragedy"

VENICE 2020: Rodrigo Sepúlveda talks to us about My Tender Matador, which tells a gay love story set in Pinochet-era Chile  

12/09/2020 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: Cholitas

Review: Cholitas

In this uplifting documentary, directed by Jaime Murciego and Pablo Iraburu, five indigenous Bolivian women free themselves from the shackles of their daily lives by trying to climb Aconcagua  

28/08/2020 | Films | Reviews | Spain/Japan/Chile/Bolivia

Rodrigo Moreno’s The Delinquents to commence principal photography in March

Rodrigo Moreno’s The Delinquents to commence principal photography in March

The Argentinian filmmaker’s new drama revolves around two bank clerks who break free from the obligations of society  

17/02/2020 | Production | Funding | Argentina/Brazil/Chile/Luxembourg

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