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Monthly Wrap a tour of the biggest audiovisual news in March 2023

April 3, 2023

Monthly Wrap a tour of the biggest audiovisual news in March 2023March left us with some great news and if you missed any of it, here’s a special recap through our Monthly Wrap as we welcome April.


How much news in these 5 weeks of March! Here is a recap you cannot miss and that will have a great impact in the coming months.




The analysis and retrospective of the work we do every year as an audiovisual industry in Chile has helped us to improve the sector in an essential way.

This month, as part of International Women’s Day, CinemaChile conducted a new study to analyze and honor the work done by women behind the scenes.

The Making Of #8M shows an analysis of the last two international film and tv catalogs of CinemaChile and aims to initiate a discussion to discuss the gender gaps and progress that the sector has had to date.c

Take a look at it here!


Don’t miss out on the international awards of this month

Chile’s impact internationally has been and continues to be a success. It is important to recapitulate and promote this international triumph that Chilean productions have had in festivals and markets around the world.



The international lift off of CinemaChile and the delegation of Chileans present in Malaga was a success. The most important faces of the international audiovisual shared with the Chilean delegates to continue promoting cinema abroad.

>>Here’s all about Malaga 2023 <<



Professionals that dazzle the world

Our favorite part of the content is to share with Chilean professionals in this section, where they tell us the details and their most incredible experiences when filming and get to the international spotlight.

Relive here this month’s top interviews:

Matías Bize y Antonia Zegers: frente a frente nos hablan de “El castigo”




Meet the new faces of Chilean audiovisual



This month we wanted to continue to make visible our creators who expand their knowledge and creations around the world.

Fanny Leiva Torres is the director behind Ojo-Piel, her third short film that won two international awards this month.

The director has dedicated herself to animation in different similar techniques and direction of audiovisual projects (experimental cinema, video art and video performance). Her work explores the blurred boundaries between film and other arts, with special emphasis on stories through animation.



Discover the participation of Chilean directors and producers

Dozens of Chileans continue to take off to new cities and international audiovisual meetings with their new works and projects. Find out what’s coming in April.

📅 13 to 23 April : Desert Lights will be part of the Official Competition of the Chicago Latino Film Festival
📅 April 19 to May 1 : Las demás (Alexandra Hyland) ; Muertes y maravillas (Diego Soto) and The Eternal Memory (Maite Alberdi) will be part and BAFICI 2023, Argentina.
📅    27 abril al 7 de mayo: The Eternal Memory by Maite Alberdi will be part of Hot Docs 2023
📅 April 26 to May 6 : El personaje by Samuel Gonzalez will be part of Brussels Short Film Festival , Belgium.