Sebastian Sepulveda's starkly handsome debut should find welcoming slots in fests worldwide.
Frank Mannion's Swipe Films has inked world sales rights to Chilean Sebastian Sepulveda's "The Quispe Sisters," which world premieres today at Venice's 28th Critics' Week. A U.K.-based…
Foreign-lingo pix examine oppression in myriad ways
An intense religious drama set during the Pinochet regime and based on a true story, "The Passion of Michelangelo" reps an ambitious sophomore fiction feature for Chilean writer-director Esteban…
The word "alienated" might have been invented for the haunted protag of "Dog Flesh," a brooding, intimate study of one man's clumsy attempts to find a place for himself in the world.
Chilean Pablo Larrain's ''No,'' the first investment by Jeff Skoll's Participant Media in a foreign-language film, swept the top Art Cinema Award at Cannes' 44th Directors' Fortnight.
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…
"My Life With Carlos" completes a remarkable trifecta of docs exploring Chile's legacy of the disappeared and the crimes of the Augusto Pinochet dictatorship.
Phoenix Pictures and MRM Pictures are developing a feature version of Heraldo Munoz's "The Dictator's Shadow," his tale of the Chilean dissident movement in the wake of Gen. Augusto Pinochet's…
A harrowing true story brought to the screen by vet Chilean director Miguel Littin.