The unmistakable mark of writer-producer Eli Roth, ‘Aftershock’ will make you squirm in your seat as the characters battle natural disaster and the worst of human nature.
“Aftershock,” the latest project by Chilean director Nicolás López in collaboration with writer-producer Eli Roth, turns the 2010 earthquake that rocked Chile into the perfect setting for a gory, mayhem filled disaster movie.
Nightlife in Santiago frequently consists of lots of dancing, overwhelmingly loud pop-music and over-priced, pisco related drinks that are sure to result in a hangover. While Lil Jon’s shouts to take an exorbitant amount of shots can be... inspirational, occasionally a break from such events is needed.
Chile’s 15th European Film Festival brings 27 films from Europe to Santiago and beyond.
Starting May 8, Chilean cinephiles will be treated to a range of films from some of Europe’s leading and most promising directors. The European Film Festival, organized by the European Union’s (EU) delegation in Chile in coordination with a group of embassies, will show films from 13 nations across the continent.
Colo Colo triumphs after 160 teams fight to represent Chile at the Danone Nations Cup, an international soccer tournament for kids, to be held in London.
With former Univerisdad de Chile star Diego Rivarola overseeing proceedings, thousands of young Chileans staked their claims for a place in the final of the biggest under-12 soccer tournament in the world, the Danone Nations Cup, in a three day qualifying event from Friday through Sunday.
This year’s World Book Day marked by expanded events throughout Santiago and appearances from international authors.
The Cámara Chilena del Libro, a literary industry group, hosted a wide array of events in Santiago on Tuesday to commemorate World Book Day. The festivities included a book fair in Plaza de Armas complete with national and international authors, book signings and numerous sales in an attempt to promote literacy and an overall appreciation for literature.
Casablanca Valley’s Vendimia festival brings out the best in local wine and traditional culture.
Traditional “cueca” dancing, home-cooked "empanadas" and wine marked the final day of the Casablanca Vendimia on Sunday, as nearly 7,000 people flocked to the town’s central plaza to celebrate the grape-harvest festival.
Despite the changes happening around it, a deep-seated tradition looks to the future.
It’s a day full of dreams and dust. A lot of dust. Twelve-year-old Francisco Aguirre rides out into the ring with his partner, Patricio Carrasco, and the bull. Their job is to score points by demonstrating their horsemanship as they pin the bull against a cushioned wall of the arena. Aguirre crosses himself before crossing into the arena.
Austin’s SXSW week of music, film and innovation welcomes Start-Up Chile.
In the spirit of entrepreneurship, 60 Chilean businesses will participate in the the interactive portion of the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas from March 11 to 13. The participating businesses will be showcased through the combined efforts of the Chilean government’s ProChile and Start-Up Chile entrepreneurial campaigns.
The Spanish actor will portray lead miner Mario Sepúlveda in upcoming production “The 33.”
In a joint Chilean-American effort, led by Mexican director Patricia Riggen, the story of the 2010 Copiapó mining accident will be brought to the big screen for the first time. The incident in the Atacama Desert, when a cave-in left 33 miners trapped underground for 69 days, attracted global news coverage three years ago.