Articles Tagged ‘film’

Chilean Film Wins at Sundance Festival

Chilean Film Wins at Sundance Festival February 8, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
Still from the movie Violeta Se Fue a Los CielosVioleta Se Fue a Los Cielos, a movie about the life of Violeta Parra, one of Chile’s great folk heroes has made a big splash at the Sundance festival, winning the World Cinema Jury Prize. Violeta Parra was a Chilean painter, potter, embroiderer, sculptor...

Good News for Lovers of Argentine Cinema in Santiago, May 16-31

Good News for Lovers of Argentine Cinema in Santiago, May 16-31 May 10, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Argentine Films at the Centro Cultural Palacaio La Moneda May 16-31Film lovers and Argentinaphiles have good news this week from the CCPLM, (Centro Cultural Palacio La Moneda), which will be showing a series of 16 movies spanning three generations representing cinema from Argentina. Every night for the...

Outdoor Cinema in Santiago, Feb 14th to 19th at Spanish Cultural Center

Outdoor Cinema in Santiago, Feb 14th to 19th at Spanish Cultural Center February 7, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
El Secreto de Tus Ojos Cine a La Fresca, a production of the Spanish Cultural Center (Centro Cultural de España) here in Santiago is opening its doors for a once a year film event coming up next week. Every night at 9 PM, the cultural center will show movies outdoors in its courtyard at Providencia...

Three Indie Movie Houses in Santiago, Chile

Three Indie Movie Houses in Santiago, Chile December 29, 2010 | Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
When you just can’t take another Hollywood blockbuster, and you couldn’t care less which LA bigwig is dating which other one, Santiago’s got a remedy for that. Engage your curiousity about other-than-pop-culture  by checking out a movie (or several) at one of the following three places...

Must-see Chilean Movies

Must-see Chilean Movies October 27, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Chilean Movies A great way to do some pre-trip research that doesn’t involve being in front of the computer, or even cracking a book is to watch some movies from the place you’re going. I’ve been living in Chile for a while now, and I periodically ask people what movies they think are...