Valparaiso

REVIEW Ema

By 01 May, 2020

Pablo Larraín updates our concept of the modern fiction film with Ema, a feature-length showreel of modern Valparaíso through emotive dance, social commentary and one woman’s wild determination.  Ema is stylistically intrepid for a feature film. Larraín has... Read Article

Carlos Franz – Si Te Vieras Con Mis Ojos

By 13 April, 2017

“You hated him because he represented the science which wanted to explain landscapes and love transforming them into definitions.” (p. 217) A 25 year old Charles Darwin meets his romantic adversary, the German-born painter Johann Moritz Rugendas, in... Read Article

REVIEW La Pasión de Michelangelo

By 25 February, 2014

Set in 1983, La Pasión de Michelangelo (The Passion of Michelangelo) follows events at Peñablanca, a small fly-blown inland town from Valparaiso, Chile. It’s 10 years into General Pinochet’s tenure and the government, whilst still requiring the full... Read Article

Temporary Valparaiso is here!

Temporary Valparaiso is here!

By 11 June, 2011

Vincent Moon launched his new internet label Petites Planetes in May and recently more great fruits were released from the venture in the form of the Temporary Valparaiso project, a series of videos, music and essays set in... Read Article