Dominga Sotomayor

Day Two at the Buenos Aires Film Festival

By 04 April, 2014

It’s an eclectic old bag at BAFICI, with a programme offering everything from analytical deliberations on contemporary Latin American society to 80s B-movie shlockers like Maniac Cop and FrankenHooker. In the opening two days of the festival, I’ve... Read Article

How Chilean Cinema Ruled in 2013

By 28 December, 2013

If the last few years have witnessed growing recognition, both critically and commercially, for the Chilean film industry, 2013 has been a year of consolidation for cinema in the narrow country, as Chile provided further justification to those... Read Article

REVIEW Thursday Till Sunday

By 14 April, 2013

Although many independent and emerging filmmakers may be obliged to work with relatively modest budgets, there is one distinctive benefit enjoyed by those who make films in South America. The sheer diversity and natural splendour of its landscapes... Read Article