A new vital work by Patricio Guzmán sees the documentary veteran turn his gaze towards a new generation of Chilean revolutionaries.
This searingly intense character study sees a woman questioning her cosy bourgeois lifestyle in Pinochet’s Chile.
Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams are unable to lift this hackneyed tale of forbidden love.
Pablo Larraín returns to his political roots with a fascinating biopic of the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda.
A poet is born in this autobiographical epic from Chilean maverick, Alejandro Jodorowsky.
The great Pablo Larraín delivers a stirring, soaring portrait of Chile’s most treasured poet.
By Adam Chapman
The veteran filmmaker’s Kickstarter-funded Endless Poetry will premiere in the Directors’ Fortnight.
By Grace Banks
The Chilean director’s ambitious Marcel Proust adaptation is playing as part of a new retrospective.
Ace Chilean director Pablo Larraín delivers a brooding and provocative drama about disgraced priests.
By Ashley Clark
Gael García Bernal takes down a dictator with glossy TV advertising in this brilliant Chilean satire.
By Carmen Gray
A stunningly original, poetic yet unpretentious film about astronomy and the trauma of military dictatorship.
A unique and weird history lesson created by a director whose star is continually on the rise.