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Take a rare glimpse inside this midcentury stunner in Rancho Palos Verdes
Tour a Midcentury Modern home designed by renowned architect Aaron Green, an associate and proponent of Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic architecture, during the White Point Home Tour on Sept. 11. Recently the site of music video and photo shoots, the Rancho Palos Verdes estate has never been open...
144 points by Los Angeles Times | United Kingdom Frank Lloyd Wright Lloyd Wright Architecture Chile San Pedro Los Angeles California Los Angeles Louis Sullivan
Toronto: Warner Bros., Memento Board Santiago Mitre’s Ricardo Darin Starrer ‘The Summit’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Warner Bros. Pictures has acquired distribution rights to Latin America and Spain on Ricardo Darin starrer “La Cordillera” (The Summit) from Argentina’s K & S, which also lead produced “Wild Tales” and Pablo Trapero’s “The Clan.” France’s Memento Films has boarded “The Summit” as a co-producer and its French distributor. Directed by Cannes’ 2015 Critics’ Week... Read more »
-1 points by Variety | Argentina Spain Buenos Aires Alejandro González Iñárritu Mexico Latin America Chile Spanish language
Toronto: International Trailer For Fernando Guzzoni’s ‘Jesus’ [WATCH]
Fernando Guzzoni’s fiction debut “Dog Flesh,” a portrait of a former torturer under Augusto Pinochet, won San Sebastian’s New Directors Prize in 2012, establishing Chile’s Guzzoni as a director to track from maybe the most-talked up of Latin American filmmaking nations. Now Guzzoni is back, with “Jesus,” which world premieres in Toronto’s Discovery section, then... Read more »
823 points by Variety | Chile Salvador Allende Augusto Pinochet Jacques Lacan Valparaíso Bernardo O'Higgins Mother Independent Democrat Union
11 best hotels in the middle of nowhere
From private island villas in Cambodia to Himalayan mountain hideouts and suspended cabins in the woods of Sweden, there's no shortage of far-flung retreats around the world for those seeking some solitude.
4490 points by CNN | Atacama Desert Desert Chile Colorado Plateau Island
Texas politician's bill urges Texans not to use wrong emoji
Lawmaker's legislation doesn't want locals using Chile's flag emoji       
72 points by USA Today | Texas Flag of Texas United States Chile Dallas Flag of Chile Bill Clinton U.S. state
At least 19 killed in Argentina bus crash
Daniel UriaFeb. 18 (UPI) -- At least 19 people were killed and about 20 other people were injured after a bus overturned on its way from Argentina to Chile.
5 points by UPI | United Press International Chile Argentina
Texas lawmaker introduces legislation against Texans using the Chilean flag emoji
A resolution introduced into the Texas state legislature is urging Texans to think twice before using a certain emoji.
690 points by The Houston Chronicle | Texas Flag of Texas Flag of Chile U.S. state Flags of the U.S. states Six flags over Texas Trae Chile
Berlinale: Meikincine Entertainment Picks Up Lissette Orozco’s ‘Adriana’s Pact’
BERLIN — Buenos Aires-based sales company Meikincine has taken worldwide sales rights outside Chile to Lissette Orozco’s first documentary feature “Adriana’s Pact,” which world premiered Feb. 14 at the Berlinale’s Panorama Dokumente Section. In “Adriana,” a woman living in Australia is arrested and accused of having collaborated with Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet. She will confront... Read more »
78 points by Variety | Augusto Pinochet DINA Chile Salvador Allende Carlos Prats Manuel Contreras Operation Colombo Mexico
Berlinale: Sebastian Lelio’s Competition Player ‘A Fantastic Woman’ – First Intl. Sales Trailer and First Poster (EXCLUSIVE)
The truth will be out beginning later this week. But on paper, and given Sebastian Lelio’s “Gloria,” which wowed the Berlinale four years back, one of the most accessible titles playing in its competition this year looks likely to be Lelio’s latest, “Una Mujer Fantastica” (“A Fantastic Woman”). The Chilean director’s fifth feature, and his... Read more »
484 points by Variety | Berlin International Film Festival Woman Chile Film festival
IDFA: Maite Alberdi Prepares ‘The Mole Agent’
Maite Alberdi, Chile’s foremost young documentary director, is preparing her third feature – “The Mole Agent” – which takes place in a world of private investigators and intelligence operatives. The news comes as Alberdi’s second feature, the anticipated “The Grown-Ups,” which has been acquired by Paris-based CAT&Docs for international sales, world premieres on Nov. 9... Read more »
96 points by Variety | Latin America Film Documentary film Life expectancy Argentina Down syndrome Academy Award Chile
Chilean public workers confront police outside presidential palace
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Hundreds of public workers in Chile clashed with police outside the nation's presidential palace in Santiago on Thursday, a day after Congress approved a relatively small 2017 wage hike for government workers.
-2 points by Reuters | Michelle Bachelet Augusto Pinochet Reuters Chile Thomson Reuters Ricardo Lagos President of Chile News agency
The other Sep 11 that tore Chile apart
September 11 is etched into the memory of America and the wider world as the date when dark times descended on the United States 15 years ago, in 2001.
344 points by | Salvador Allende Augusto Pinochet Chile 1973 Chilean coup d'état President of the United States United States Military dictatorship Carlos Prats
Affluent Chile draws migrants but it's no picnic for them
Chile's healthy economy is the draw, but many migrants wind up in slum dwellings.       
94 points by USA Today | Chile Augusto Pinochet Immigration to the United States Apartment Bolivia Salvador Allende Spain Renting