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.
DE JUEVES A DOMINGO 26th of Feb 2014. The award-winning, atmospheric, thought-provoking and beautifully shot film by Dominga Sotomayor is to be shown again at The Proud Archivist in London.
A young woman recalls the story transmitted to her by her great-grandmother and attempts to retrace the steps that unfold in the story for her younger sister.
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. . Details Title: El bienestar de Julio Director: Pablo Arias Daud Year: 2012 Country: Chile…
Octavio is a champion boxer from the south of Chile. But when he meets Hugo, a young and attractive man, everything changes. As their relationship develops, Octavio realises that he cannot box forever. The couple move to Santiago to start afresh but all is not a bed of roses. My Last Round is released on DVD from the 9th of June. Follow @chilenocouk for a free DVD provided by Peccadillo Pictures.
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.
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.
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 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.
A short animation by Ignacio Ruiz that was screened at the Short Film Corner at the Cannes film festival.
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