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Beta Cinema Celebrates ‘Karnawal’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Beta Cinema has acquired international sales rights to debut Argentine director Juan Pablo Félix’s “Karnawal,” winner of the Le Film Français, Ciné Plus, Gomedia and Titrafilm awards at December’s Ventana Sur. “Karnawal” featured co-producers from five countries: Argentina’s Bikini Films, Brazil’s 3 Moinhos Produçoes, Chile’s Picardía Films, Mexico’s Phototaxia Pictures, Norway’s Norsk Filmproduksjon and Bolivia’s […]
Tags: Global, Chile, Festivals, Brazil, Argentina, Berlin Film Festival, Beta Cinema, Bolivia, Juan Pablo Félix, Picardía Films Mexico, Phototaxia Pictures Norway


Chile protests: Lasers and tear gas as police and protesters clash

Protesters vow to continue the unrest in Santiago until changes are made to Chile's constitution.
Tags: News, Santiago, Chile


Berlinale Enlivened by Anti Chile State Violence Protests

On Saturday afternoon the Martin Gropius Bau, the site of the Berlin Festival’s European Film Market, saw a group of anonymous protestors unfurl a big banner from one of the markets upper floors, with activists shouting out “How can you celebrate Chile when Chile is killing its own people?” The protests came at the Berlinale’s […]
Tags: News, Chile, Festivals, Berlin Film Festival, Martin Gropius Bau, Anti Chile State Violence Protests


See kayaker's death-defying 134-foot plunge

Don Riddell talks with 26-year-old kayaker Dane Jackson, who recently conquered 134-foot waterfall the Salto Del Maule in Chile. It was the second-highest descent from a kayaker on record.
Tags: News, Chile, Stories, Dane Jackson, Don Riddell, Salto Del Maule


How to Be an Expatriate in 2020

Thanks to leaps in technology, social media and the expanded mobile economy, more people are leaving home for good. Here’s how they do it.
Tags: News, Mexico, Germany, Social Media, Chile, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, Berlin (Germany, Santiago (Chile, San Miguel de Allende (Mexico


Melting Pot Nevada May Shape Democratic Race

(Bloomberg) -- Bernie Sanders remains the candidate to beat in tomorrow’s Nevada caucuses, the first test of how the Democratic presidential aspirants perform in a state with sizable minority populations.Nevada’s demographics represent a critical comeback opportunity for one-time front-runner Joe Biden, who has shaped his candidacy around the idea he’d fare better with non-white voters but who performed poorly in Iowa and New Hampshire.The fact that half the state’s population is non-white — 30%...
Tags: South Korea, Japan, London, News, Colorado, Senate, China, Angela Merkel, Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama, Georgia, Bloomberg, European Union, Turkey, Joe Biden, Syria


84.Paris launches "Cities Made To Create" to promote CHILE 20, the exclusive adidas original x Foot Locker collection

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Tags: Advertising, Chile, Paris


Otherworldly images from the Puna

The Puna de Atacama is the high plateau of the Atacama Desert that stretches across northern Chile and Argentina. Last August, during the South American winter, we visited this eerie Mars-like landscape, where volcanoes, sand, and salt mingle. In the middle of the Puna sits one of Argentina’s highest villages, Tolar Grande, with an elevation of 11,500 feet. Surrounding it are some of the tallest peaks in the Andes, many soaring well over 20,000 feet high. We stayed in the village for a few ...
Tags: Travel, Japan, Wales, Washington, US, Earth, Chile, Argentina, Peru, South America, Desert, Mars, All, Atacama Desert, Salta, Andes


Coronavirus may sideswipe Chile, Peru and Brazil economies, leave Mexico unscathed

The coronavirus outbreak in China may be altering the 2020 investment outlook for Latin America, souring sentiment toward regional free market beacons Chile and Brazil, while turning heads - and cash - toward left-leaning Mexico.
Tags: Money, Mexico, China, businessNews, Chile, Brazil, Latin America, Chile Peru


Chile’s Indigenous Filmmakers Make Their Voices Heard

Chilean indigenous communities are turning to film to portray their world values, social problems and identities. That’s the case for Leo Pakarati, of the Rapa Nui from Easter Island, and Mapuche Claudia Huaiquimilla. Both will present their recent works as case studies at the European Film Market’s Chile Country in Focus. Pakarati’s documentary plumbs the impact […]
Tags: News, Chile, Berlin Film Festival, European Film Market, Easter Island, Claudia Huaiquimilla, Leo Pakarati, Chile Country, Focus Pakarati


New strategies for helping children process negative emotions

A recent study of indigenous people in southern Chile challenges Western assumptions about children's emotional capabilities and highlights the value of spending time outdoors to help children regulate their emotions.
Tags: Chile


Tesla's 110% stock rally could signal an electric revolution, and this miner expects to cash in

Tesla stock has rocketed about 110% in 2020, hitting a record high of $917 on Wednesday. Hochschild Mining said the electric-car maker's rally bodes well for its rare-earth deposit in Chile. Electric-car batteries rely on rare-earth minerals, so Hochschild stands to benefit if Teslas and other electric cars become mainstream. "This project is so unique and so important to the future and to the electric revolution," finance chief Ramon Barua said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stor...
Tags: Facebook, China, Trends, Tesla, Netflix, Chile, Teslas, Hochschild, Barua, Hochschild Mining, Chile Electric, Ramon Barua


A Huge Frank Stella Painting Disappeared In Chile And Ended Up Being Used As A Lunch Table

“It’s a little known fact that in 1972, minimalist artist Frank Stella donated the painting Isfahan III (1968) to the Museo de la Solidaridad in Chile, a new institution that invited artists from around the world to donate art in honor of Chilean president Salvador Allende’s new socialist government.” And then came Augusto Pinochet’s coup … – Hyperallergic
Tags: Art, Chile, Visual, Isfahan, Augusto Pinochet, Frank Stella, Salvador Allende, 02.14.20, Museo de la Solidaridad


What Gravity? Let This Mom Nailing the Gymnastics Move She Always Feared Be Your New Motivation Icon

When most parents take their kids to gymnastics, they are cheering from the sidelines. Not Nicole Clemens. This mom was happy watching her 14-year old daughter learn tumbling, but didn’t want her to have all the fun, especially when Clemens herself had always wanted to learn to fly. So while her daughter learned, so did she. Now, Clemens, has shared a video documenting her success in perfecting her own round-off back layout and it is the perfect motivational tool. Clemens posted a video of ...
Tags: News, Uncategorized, Chile, Viral, Patricia Arquette, Clemens, Onetime, Nicole Clemens, Ashley Nicole Black, Clickmonsters, Paige Carita, Nicole DiDio Johnson


Berlin Country in Focus Chile Unspools Its Small Screen Ambitions

For 25 years, from 1992’s “La Frontera” through 2017’s ”A Fantastic Woman,” a subsequent Oscar winner, the Berlinale has prized a rich trove of Chilean movies. Now, in sync with industry change, Berlin will celebrate the country’s TV with a Chilean Series on the Rise showcase, part of its Country Focus. “When I started at […]
Tags: Berlin, Global, Spotlight, Chile, Markets & Festivals, Festivals, Berlin Film Festival, Dignity, Berlinale, Invisible Heroes, La Jauria, Berlin Country


Study highlights new strategies for helping children process negative emotions

A recent study of indigenous people in southern Chile challenges Western assumptions about children's emotional capabilities and highlights the value of spending time outdoors to help children regulate their emotions.
Tags: Science, Chile


What to find in the Plaza Grande of Quito

The Plaza Grande or Plaza de la Independencia, is located on Av. Venezuela between Chile and Espejo. It is one of the biggest attractions of the colonial center of Quito. In it some of the architectural jewels are discovered which were fundamental pieces so that it has been declared by the United Nations, as Cultural […] The post What to find in the Plaza Grande of Quito appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Chile, Attractions, United Nations, Venezuela, South America, Ecuador, Regions, Going Out, Quito, Plaza de la Independencia


Empty Cities and Stalled Industrial Production, New Analysis Shows Coronavirus Has Cut China’s Carbon Emissions by 100 Million Metric Tons

One of the deadliest epidemics in decades has dented energy demand and industrial output in China, cutting carbon dioxide emissions by about 100 million metric tons—close to what Chile emits in a year. A new analysis by the climate nonprofit Carbon Brief found that the widespread impact of the virus—including travel restrictions, longer holidays, and lower economic activity—means that neither has recovered from the usual lull around the Chinese New Year, a roughly two-week festival that beg...
Tags: News, Climate Change, China, Uncategorized, Bloomberg, Chile, Onetime, National Health Commission


2020 ideas for solo female travelers

No mere trend: Solo female travel is here to stay. Women around the world are getting out of their comfort zones to discover the challenges and rewards of planning and executing a trip all on their own. Solo travel encourages confidence, allows you the freedom to do exactly what you want on a trip without having to compromise, grants total immersion in a different environment and culture, and gives you the chance to connect with locals and other travelers. Whether you’re looking to make new f...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Japan, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Africa, US, Earth, Unesco, Canada, Santiago, Chile, Hawaii, Morocco, Mexico City, Middle East


Easter Island – One of the Most Spiritual Places on Earth

For years, friends have raved that Easter Island is the most spiritual place they have ever visited. This speck of land in the eastern Pacific, known to locals as Rapa Nui, had been on my wish list for years. Since childhood I had read about the Moai, enormous statues the indigenous people carved from volcanic tuff and raised on platforms near the shoreline. Explorers and visitors alike have always been intrigued by the mystery of Easter Island. Where did the first inhabitants come from? When di...
Tags: Travel, Earth, Culture, Chile, Pacific, Cultural Travel, Easter Island, Polynesia, Rapa Nui, South Pacific travel


Walmart reports lower-than-expected Q4 earnings, despite e-commerce sales growth of 35%

Walmart’s holiday quarter didn’t perform as expected. That’s the big news today from the retailer’s weak Q4 2019 earnings, which saw revenue of $141.67 billion versus the $142.55 expected and adjusted earnings per share of $1.38 versus the $1.44 expected. The company cited a number of factors, including “softer” than anticipated holiday sales in U.S. stores — particularly softer sales of toys, media and gaming, and apparel during the month of December. Overall, the earnings point to the challeng...
Tags: Amazon, Holiday Shopping, TC, Ecommerce, Shopping, Sales, Tech, Walmart, E-commerce, Online Shopping, Chile, Retail, Retailer, Sam, Instacart, Flipkart


84.Paris Launches "Cities Made To Create" to Promote Exclusive Adidas Original x Foot Locker Collection

For the launch of their new CHILE 20 collection, adidas originals selected 84.Paris, an agency positioned towards new generations, and their pop and street culture inspirations. To launch the new line, an updated version of the iconic line of CHILE 62 tracksuit, 84.Paris designed "Cities Made To Create".A print and digital campaign, “Cities to Create” features 2 emerging rap artists, Oboy and Kojey Radical, and the hometown cities that inspired them, Paris and London, respectively, breeding gr...
Tags: Europe, London, Advertising, Adidas, Chile, Paris, Fashion industry, Cannes Lions, Omega, BETC, Hoxton, Herve, Kojey Radical, Gloria J, Villeneuve Saint Georges, 84.Paris


Will green technology kill Chile's deserts? – video

The Atacama in northern Chile is the driest desert in the world, and may be the oldest. It also holds 40% of the world's lithium – an essential ingredient in the rechargeable batteries used in green technology. Indigenous leaders and scientists say Chile's plans to feed a global green energy boom with Atacama lithium will kill the desert. As violent protests rock the country, they are fighting for the mining to stop  Continue reading...
Tags: Environment, Americas, World news, Chile, Global development, Indigenous Peoples, Atacama, Deserts


Vintage Tattooed Dolls By Kartess

Artist Fena Cartes (aka Kartess) from Chile, and this is his project “Gepeto” vintage tattooed dolls. “Rescue from a forgotten world, what someone once wanted. Dust off, shake off the past life. Give them a new chance to mean a lot to someone, with my art, and your memories.” – Kartess More: Behance... Source
Tags: Design, Chile, Tattoos, Dolls, Vintage, Inspirations, Kartess, Fena Cartes


NYU Governance Lab Calls on Congress to Use Tech for Citizen Engagement

The Governance Lab at the  NYU Tandon School of Engineering  has called on Congress to use its new CrowdLaw for Congress platform to promote citizen engagement and participation in the federal lawmaking process. In support of CrowdLaw for Congress, Professor Beth Simone Noveck, who is the director of the Governance Lab, appeared before the U.S. House Financial Services Committee last week, announcing its launch and advocating for its usage. CrowdLaw as a concept means tapping public expertise to...
Tags: Ecommerce, Smart City, Congress, Spain, United States, Chile, E-activism, Oklahoma City, U S Congress, Beth Simone Noveck, U S House Financial Services Committee, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Noveck, NYU Governance Lab Calls


STR: Central/South America hotel construction up 6.1% in January

STR's hotel pipeline data for the Central/South America region showed 147 projects accounting for 20,198 rooms in construction as of the end of January 2020. This represented a 6.1% year-over-year increase in the number of rooms in the final phase of the development pipeline. A majority of the region's rooms in construction are in three segments. Of those three, midscale projects represented the largest percentage increase (+32.4%) in activity year over year. 1. Upper Upscale: 5,850 rooms...
Tags: Travel, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Peru, Central South America


PHOTO: Salto Grande Waterfall in Torres del Paine National Park, Chile

The tour guide promised the trail to Salto Grande Waterfall in Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park was easy. “Just a 20 minute walk,” he said. As a casual aside, he advised us to take our jackets, as it “might be a little windy up there.” The first 15 minutes were a breeze. A graveled path led through a field of flower-strewn tall grass, with the famous horns of the Cordillera Paine Massif peeking over the top. A stretch of turquoise river came into view and the thunderous... The post PHOTO: ...
Tags: Travel, Daily Photo, Photography, Culture, Chile, Patagonia, South America, Cultural Travel, Torres Del Paine, Torres del Paine National Park, Torres del Paine National Park Chile, Cordillera Paine Massif, Salto Grande Waterfall


Sugary Drink Consumption Plunges in Chile After New Food Law

A study finds that a landmark law requiring warning labels on unhealthy foods made a swift difference in purchases of sodas, bottled water and juices.
Tags: Food, News, Obesity, Beverages, Chile, Sugar, Soft drinks, Diet And Nutrition, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, Sales and Excise Taxes, Labeling and Labels (Product, Your-feed-science, PLoS Medicine (Journal


Peru’s startup scene is ready for more

Greg Mitchell Contributor Share on Twitter Greg Mitchell is regional director of Angel Ventures, a startup investor and advisor and is the creator of the blog Ruta Startup. Funding of Latin American startups has doubled each year over the past two years. And while most of this capital has been directed toward Brazil and Mexico, this surge is starting to have an effect on startups in the region’s smaller markets. The increased ...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Column, Mexico, US, Tech, Walmart, Colombia, Chile, Venture Capital, Brazil, Peru, OECD, Impact Investing, Lima, Latin America


Sugary Drink Consumption Plunges in Chile After New Food Law

A study finds that a landmark law requiring warning labels on unhealthy foods made a swift difference in purchases of sodas, bottled water and juices.
Tags: Food, News, Obesity, Beverages, Chile, Sugar, Soft drinks, Diet And Nutrition, Regulation and Deregulation of Industry, Sales and Excise Taxes, Labeling and Labels (Product, Your-feed-science, PLoS Medicine (Journal