Looking at the stars from Chile

This film follows the ancient cycle of sunset, to night, to sunrise. A continuous loop of perpetual movement that has been unbroken since the dawn of time, and the only true constant in our lives.

Film club: Los Debutantes

Part of chileno.co.uk's film club, this week we have Los Debutantes. The film was released in 2003 and tells the story of two brothers who hook up with a dancer in a nightclub.....but her boss is Mr Big of the Santiago club underworld.

Film club: Esperar

Film club is all about celebrating Chilean film in all its forms. From shorts, to animation, documentary and full length features and classics. To kick off, we have a love triangle short from Nicolás Rojas called Esperar.

Film club: Machuca

Film club is all about celebrating Chilean film in all its forms. From shorts, to animation, documentary and full length features and classics. This week: A classic and possibly the best-known of all Chilean films to date, Machuca.

Film club: Humanoide no Robot

A short animation by Ignacio Ruiz that was screened at the Short Film Corner at the Cannes film festival.

Film club: Violeta se fue a los cielos

Film club is all about celebrating Chilean film in all its forms. From shorts, to animation, documentary and full length features and classics. This week - Andres Wood's biopic of Chilean folk legend Violeta Parra.

Chilean selection at BAFICI

While there have been rumours that the official selection for Cannes 2012 has been prematurely released, strong denials from Cannes have proved the 'leak' to be false. We will all have to wait patiently for the official announcement that is set to take…

Film club: Incierto

Film club is all about celebrating Chilean film in all its forms. From shorts, to animation, documentary and full length features and classics. This week, Incierto. Miguel goes in search of a guitar maker called Juan and does some soul-searching on the way.

Patricio Zamorano: Why do I feel so much pain, Violeta Parra?

Photo: www.violetalapelicula.cl   Why do I feel so much pain, Violeta Parra? Or on how to assess the Chilean film “Violeta went to heaven” on opening night in Washington DC © Patricio Zamorano Translation by chileno and the author. Para la versíon…

Film club: Te creís la más linda (pero erís la más puta)

Film Club Film club is all about celebrating Chilean film in all its forms. From shorts, to animation, documentary and full length features and classics. This week we have Te creís la más linda (you think you're so hot) from Ché Sandoval. Enjoy!