When Dominga Sotomayor won an unprecedented best director prize at Switzerland’s Locarno Festival for her coming-of-age drama “Too Late to Die Young,” a big cheer resounded throughout the Chilean film industry. Continue reading Femme Talent on the Rise in Chile
Open air rock paintings in the world’s driest desert pay testament to the importance of the llama to millennia-old cultures that traversed the inhospitable terrain.
Conservationists working in Chile’s Atacama Desert want UNESCO to recognize the Taira Valley drawings as a heritage site so they can develop sustainable tourism in the region. Continue reading Chile’s Rock Art Llamas Divulge Secrets of Ancient Desert Culture
Chile’s capital Santiago has put up tactile versions of some of its street art in an attempt to make the city’s murals more accessible. Continue reading Chile Unveils Street Art For Blind People In Santiago