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68 articles available in total starting from 15/07/2011. Last article published on 04/07/2024.

The shoot for Irene Iborra’s Olivia and the Invisible Earthquake enters its last few months

The shoot for Irene Iborra’s Olivia and the Invisible Earthquake enters its last few months

The stop-motion animated feature, whose protagonists will be voiced by actress Emma Suárez and journalist Jordi Évole, among others, will be filming until December  

04/07 | Production | Funding | Spain/France/Belgium/Chile

Belén Funes putting the finishing touches to her second feature, Los Tortuga

Belén Funes putting the finishing touches to her second feature, Los Tortuga

Chilean actress Antonia Zegers toplines the new film by the Catalonian director, who once again zeroes in on family roots, social determinants and the baggage we all carry around with us  

13/06 | Production | Funding | Spain/Chile

Review: The Dog Thief

Review: The Dog Thief

Chilean filmmaker Vinko Tomičić Salinas makes his solo feature debut with a meditative portrait of a young shoeshiner in the Bolivian capital of La Paz  

07/06 | Tribeca 2024

Vinko Tomičić Salinas • Director of The Dog Thief

Interview: Vinko Tomičić Salinas • Director of The Dog Thief

“This city is the only place where I feel like time stands still”

The Chilean writer-director talks about the most important parts of pre-production for his newest feature and why the film’s La Paz setting is so special  

07/06 | Tribeca 2024

Lone Scherfig • Director of The Movie Teller

Interview: Lone Scherfig • Director of The Movie Teller

“With Sara Becker, I had the sensation of seeing a star growing up, the same as I had when I directed Carey Mulligan in An Education

We met up with the Danish director to get the low-down on her new film, an ode to cinema shot in a mining village in the Chilean desert  

20/03 | Bif&st 2024

Alejandra García  • Producer of The Meltdown

Interview: Alejandra García • Producer of The Meltdown

"Making films implies a social responsibility"

In the wake of 1976, the head of Wood Producciones continues working with director Manuela Martelli on the winner of the Coprocity Development Prize  

27/02 | Coprocity 2023

Tana Gilbert  • Director of Malqueridas

Interview: Tana Gilbert • Director of Malqueridas

"We had a lot of confidence in these images, we knew we had a treasure that had to be protected"

We spoke to the Chilean director about her film debut, a story full of humanity and respect about women who experience motherhood from prison  

05/12/2023 | Lanzarote 2023

The producers of the Cannes hit The Settlers explore its complex co-production journey

The producers of the Cannes hit The Settlers explore its complex co-production journey

At a BFI London Industry Talk, Giancarlo Nasi and Emily Morgan unveiled how the film was brought to the screen courtesy of nine co-production countries and the UK Global Screen Fund  

13/10/2023 | London 2023

Pablo Larraín prepares to cap off his trilogy of biopics with Maria, starring Angelina Jolie

Pablo Larraín prepares to cap off his trilogy of biopics with Maria, starring Angelina Jolie

The Hollywood megastar will play the equally iconic Greek soprano singer Maria Callas, in a Chilean co-production set up with Italy and Germany  

09/10/2023 | Production | Funding | Chile/Italy/Germany

Martín Rejtman  • Director of The Practice

Interview: Martín Rejtman • Director of The Practice

"Eccentricity is a feature of comedy, which is why almost anything can happen in comedy"

The Argentinian filmmaker's new film is a comedy full of quirky characters that are easy to identify with  

02/10/2023 | San Sebastián 2023 | Competition

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