Chile is aiming to return to the nominations after earning a spot with Pablo Larrain's "No" at the most recent Oscars.
LOCARNO — Marking its 20th anni, October's Valdivia Festival, Chile's most important film event and a launch-pad for a now dazzling new generation of Chilean directors, will throw a spotlight on…
Alejandro Fernandez Almendras' "To Kill a Man" and Isidora Marras' "R. Lorena" will screen at the Locarno Festival's third Carte Blanche, a pix-in-post section focusing this year on Chile. A change…
Sebastian Cordero's "Such Is Life in the Tropics," Luigi Forlani's "Silver Mountain" and Maximiliano Schonfeld's "The Black Frost" feature among 10 projects at the 5th Puentes Europe-Latin America…
ROME — The Venice Film Festival's 28th Critics' Week has unveiled its lineup of eight first works, including seven world preems, featuring fresh pics from Europe, Chile and Africa. Sidebar will open…
Antonio Banderas will star in “The 33,” based on the true story of the 33 Chilean miners who were rescued after being trapped for 69 days in 2010. Producer Mike Medavoy made the announcement Sunday…
Chile's Fabula, the company behind Pablo Larrain's Cannes-winner "No," a Sony Pictures Classics U.S. pick-up, has a new film moving towards production, "La Princesita," Marialy Rivas' follow-up to…
"The Green Inferno," which begins lensing in New York on Nov. 4, isn't just Eli Roth's first film as a director since 2007's "Hostel: Part II."
Twentieth Century Fox's first Chilean release, "Stefan v/s Kramer," is shattering local box office records.
MADRID -- Underscoring the breakout sales potential of accessible Latin American movies, HBO has acquired U.S. pay TV rights to Julio Jorquera's Chilean title "My Last Round."
After "Tony Manero" and "Post Mortem," his devastating portraits of the Pinochet regime, Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain satisfyingly completes the trilogy with an affirmative victory for democracy in…