Terrified by her past, a domestic worker confronts her employers’ children: an insensitive influencer and a young biologist, when they receive a dead rabbit without knowing who sent it, exposing latent structural violence and systemic tragedy.
“Cobija” is an exploration of the cycle of life and death through landscape, the voices of its inhabitants and of the director, who have an emotional bond with that place.
A writer, who wants to make a film about Chile today, departs from the usual forms of filming to apprehend the invisible mystery of things. He approaches the desired film, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and a couple crisis, brought about by Marcy, a disturbing woman-girl who drags him into a fascinating mad-love […]
Ignacio is a young filmmaker who wants to make a movie. Since he is out of work, his extravagant mother offers him various jobs in the family shop. But none of them work out well. Despite his doubting, he will find a chance to make a movie.
The resistance to classifying as a girl or a boy is the impetus for Cons to search for her identity, finding an ancient history that will lead her to Mapuche territory.
The closure of the Cochran bar in Valparaíso confronts the forgotten rocker Ricky Palace with the dilemma of retiring to the south and starting a new life or fighting for the hit that was stolen from him, risking becoming a ghost in his beloved port.
Anonymous passengers travel by bus through different corners of Chile. People in transit who seek to reach the mainland in an uncertain world.
The stories of Claudia and Felipe, two workers from the same factory, tragically intertwine during the Social Outbreak in Chile.
Valparaíso 1903. ANA (13) and a group of women workers publish the newspaper LA ALBORADA about women’s emancipation. Due to overwork, her mother falls ill and dies. Overwhelmed by the loss, ANA destroys all the production of the factory, having to flee for her life.
Sofía (14) is an energetic teenager who lives with her family in a small house in Antofagasta. When she finds out that her grandmother Mimi’s (62) cancer is already in terminal phase, she hopes to maintain her optimism and decides to spend her last days with her, preparing the wake and funeral. But little by […]
After years of absence, a filmmaker returns to her home to teach a film workshop. What was once a paradise in her memory has now become a violently divided territory. Unexpectedly, her visit opens up dialogues that have remained closed for decades.
C watches her neighborhood as her next-door house is being demolished. One day, C’s mother suffers a stroke. She writes letters in an attempt not to lose contact, telling about what she sees. Her deconstruction is there, in the mother-daughter relationship and the female role she never felt was hers.