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.

Another chance to see award-winning Chilean film Thursday Till Sunday

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.

Film club: Tan lejos como aquí

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: El bienestar de Julio

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…

Film club review: My Last Round

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.

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.

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.

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: 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.