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Patricio Guzmán’s documentary is a masterful survey of geology, anthropology and history
The official national sport of Chile is not football but rodeo — an activity charged with political significance and pride
Home cinema, lift and media room with bar lie behind Iron Lady’s steel front door
The good old days of investing in mining appear to have passed
Legal experts say individuals face arrest outside US
The former adviser to Margaret Thatcher is unapologetic about his less wholesome clients
The government has spotted the potential of the industry, earmarking it as a sector of strategic importance
The Pinochet years still loom over the five young playwrights bringing their work to London
The most successful films at this year’s BFI London Film Festival were those that gained something unique from their festival setting
The political system does not foster a sense of inclusion, says John Paul Rathbone
Chilean playwright Guillermo Calderón’s drama excavates the poisonous inheritance of the Pinochet years
This week’s new film releases reviewed: ‘Magic Mike’, ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’, ‘The Giants’, ‘Nostalgia for the Light’, ‘Detachment’ and ‘Ice Age 4: Continental Drift’
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