The web platform of the Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage, Ondamedia, continues with the cycle “Chilean cinema at home”, created in order to upload national premieres that could not be presented in cinemas product of the pandemic.
With this, during the month of October five tapes will be offered during each Friday of the month, which began last week with “Death will come and you will have your eyes”, by José Luis Torres.
The premieres continue on Friday the 9th with “Enigma”, by the Chilean Ignacio Juricic, which tells the story of a woman who receives the offer of a television program on unsolved mysteries, where she must tell the story of her daughter, a young lesbian beaten, who eight years after the crime still has no culprits.
October 16 will be the turn of “Haydee and the Flying Fish”, a documentary by Pachi Bustos that shows Chile’s first conviction of justice for torture against a pregnant woman.
“Nona. If they get me wet, I’ll call them”, it opens on Friday the 23rd. Camila José Donoso’s film stars her grandmother, where they seek to break down the stereotypes of old age. On the last Friday of the month comes “Santiago Italia”, by Nanni Moretti, documentary that reconstructs the role of the Italian embassy in Santiago de Chile in the months following the coup d’an.