Chile From Within

Gringos En Chile, by Cinco Metros

Posted in Andes Mountains, Chile culture, Chile film, People and Places, Santiago, US, Viva Chile by tomasdinges on December 12, 2007

Picking up on the what-its-like-to-live-and-survive-in-Chile-as-a-foreigner conversation over at Don Güill’s Chile blog C.hileno this is an incredible opportunity to feature the excellent short “docu-fiction” by up and coming documentary filmmaker and editor Anthony Rauld about life and love in Chile. Anthony’s newest documentary, created by Lauren Rosenfeld, is about life and water and a big gold mine called Pascua Lama in the Atacama Desert, “Watershed.”

Part II can be found on YouTube here.

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  1. Chileno said, on January 31, 2008 at 10:55 pm

    That’s a hilarious video!

  2. hernan said, on March 2, 2008 at 3:38 am

    Dude, I really liked the video. Specially the stuff you said about how people here aren’t used to be direct when they talk. Anyway, I think we should get together for a beer at Plaza Brasil some time.
    Let me know if you are in Chile.
    h


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