Posts Tagged 'Chile'
Meet Patricio Guzmán (Battle For Chile, Salvador Allende, The Pinochet Case), one of the legends of documentary following this London premiere screening. This visionary masterpiece for our time is set in Chile’s Atacama Desert. There, people search the past to
Normally, life in São Paulo – just like in many other huge cities – is one hell of a rat race. The traffic jams, the heat, the rain, the overcrowding. Add to that the present festive season mayhem. You want
twenty21 challenges expectations of live performance. Juxtaposing the theatrical with the absurd and the spiritual with the mundane, their repertoire is chosen to entertain as well as enlighten. In this concert twenty21 take you on a musical journey to explore
Three of London’s fiinest Latin music exponents are appearing at the Roundhouse on November 7th. If you were hoping for a tailor-made introduction to London’s Latin music scene you couldn’t ask for a better line-up than this. Ware, Ruby and
Chilean architect and designer Alejandro Aravena will be giving a talk for the second annual PUMA Safe Sustainable Design Lecture. Topics will include his approach to sustainable design, exemplified by his work with the Monterry Housing project in Mexico.
The CASA Latin American Theatre Festival returns for 2011, premiering six new works from theatre companies based in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica and Venezuela. The festival will take place from Monday 17th October until Sunday 23rd, and will also include the Nuestra CASA Scratch Festival, offering emerging artists the opportunity to display their work.
Pablo Larraín (Tony Manero) returns with the second installment in his trilogy exploring the political turmoil and violence of post-Allende Chile. Post Mortem revolves around Mario (Tony Manero’s Alfredo Castro again), a mortician who, on the day of Pinochet’s military