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    LatinoBuzz: Chilean Cinema at Locarno 2014

    Continuing with the recent output of successful films in the international scene, Chilean Cinema is present at this year's Locarno Film Festival with several offerings.

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    Cuba Journal: ¿Nuevo? ¿Cine? ¿Latinoamericano? ¡Viva Cuba!

    The 35th Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano (aka Havana Film Festival), December 5 - 15th held its Opening Night at The Karl Marx Theater. Opening night film, Gloria, was preceded by an impressive performance of Cuba’s Contemporary Dance Company which was followed by a tribute to ...

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    AWARDS SPOTLIGHT: How 'Gloria' Proves the Chilean Film Scene Is Worth Your Attention

    One of the great discoveries this year at the movies isn't a director or star -- it's both.

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    Foreign Oscar Entry Review: Gloria

    Gloria, Chile's Submission for the Academy Award Nomination for Best Foreign Language Film. U.S. : Roadside Attractions. International Sales Agent: Funny Balloons

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    Watch: Exclusive Trailer for Chile's Official Oscar Bid, 'Gloria'

    "Gloria," Chile's official entry for the Best Foreign Language Film category of the upcoming 86th Academy Awards, has swiftly attracted widespread critical acclaim for offering an honest, comically-driven portrait of your not-so-typical 50-something year old single woman.

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    Chilean Filmmakers share their cinematic inspirations

    September 11 marked a very different occasion in Chile. It was 40 years ago that a CIA backed military operation ousted a democratically elected president and launched 17 years of fear and violence on the nation. Chilean artists only survived if they went in to exile and film schools ...

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    Chile in Toronto, Part 2: Marcela Said on her Film 'The Summer Of Flying Fish'

    The Summer Of Flying Fish screened in the Discovery Section at TIFF after premiering in the Directors Fortnight in Cannes this past May. Two films from Chile at TIFF out of 16 Latin American films gives it an extra luster.

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    Chilean Director Marcela Said’s first try at narrative filmmaking, The Summer of Flying Fish

    Hidden under the thick menacing fog of the frosty forest that covers the Chilean countryside lays Marcela Said’s first try at narrative filmmaking, 'The Summer of Flying Fish'.

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