From southern fishing ports to the ruins of a sulphur mine high in the Atacama Desert, Sernatur is looking to extend tourism in Chile beyond its traditional travel magnets.
After a record-breaking summer for Chilean tourism, the National Tourism Service (Sernatur) is looking to develop the local travel market by promoting ten little-known travel destinations in the Andean nation.
‘Game On’ takes a look at the past, present and future of the video game industry and offers visitors the chance to play 150 games.
Globe trotting video game exhibition “Game On” opened its doors to Chilean public in Santiago’s Costanera Center Mall Wednesday. Originally curated for London’s Barbican Art Gallery in 2002, the show has gone on to tour Europe, Australia, the United States and China, attracting over a million visitors worldwide.
FEMCINE will showcase more than 75 films during the five-day event in Santiago.
Chilean film festival FEMCINE returns to Santiago for its third year with five days of free film screenings, workshops and seminars celebrating and supporting female filmmaking. The festival, which runs March 19 to 24, will showcase 77 films from around the world.
“Rain of Theater” festival looking for 2013 performance submissions.
Valdivia, one of Chile’s rainiest cities, announced Tuesday its dates for their 15th annual International Rain of Theater Festival. The festival will be held from July 1 to 10, hosted by the city of Valdivia’s cultural center.
Director Aliocha de la Sotta talks about her hand in the creation of "La Mala Clase" and what the show means for Chile.
Almost four years after its premiere, “La Mala Clase” (“The Bad Class”) is ready to hit theaters in Chile once again, and, with a subject as poignant as student empowerment, the play is perhaps more relevant today than ever.