Tagged: country: chile
Though the years seem to take away more and more of my energy and ability to write, I still want to share the new music I encountered in 2017. Whether you want a new dance rhythm or something to sing along to, or just want to forget life and become sound, I hope you find something new to like!
Natalia Lafourcade continues promoting her upcoming album, Musas, with the release of Qué He Sacado con Quererte, a cover of Chilean folk singer Violeta Parra’s 1965 recordings; directed by ELEFANTE.
Like thousands of others, I count myself fortunate to have attended this year’s True/False Film Fest. Braving the cold weather, stuffing yourself with delicious food, making great friends, meeting up with old friends… All to watch as many documentaries!
Pausini releases the music videos for Per la Musica and Es la Música, featuring the chosen group of her official fan club members across the globe in a symphonic pop rock tune for the video in charge of SUGARKANE Productions.
For the current on-going edition of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, I put together a list of movies from -almost- all the countries participating in the event.
Alejandro Jodorowsky’s follow-up biographical film follows the years of his youth, freeing himself from his limitations and family, and how he was introduced into the bohemian artistic circle of 1940s Chile.
This year’s Tel Aviv International LGBT Film Festival starts on May 29th until June 7th featuring more than 40 movies and 70 shorts from major international events.