The Chilean Building

Direction
Year
2010
Country
  • Chile
Duration
100min
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Towards the end of the seventies, the militants of MIR exiled in Europe decided to return to Chile in order to support the fight against the military dictatorship. The ones who could would help through legal means, others through clandestinity. Many had children and couldn't return with them. So the idea of a community center to shelter these children was born. Project Home gathered 60 kids that were left to the care of 20 people who assumed the responsibility of their upbringing for the years to come.

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Details

  • Original title
    El Edificio de los Chilenos
  • Direction
  • Dir. of Photo.
    Macarena Aguiló, Susana Foxley
  • Editing
    Catherine Mabilat, Maca Aguiló, Ilán Stehberg, Ismael Miranda, Galut Alarcón
  • Music
    Elizabeth Morris
  • Sound
    Mauricio Molina
  • Duration
    100 min (91+ min.)
  • Year
    2010
  • Country
    • Chile
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Production
  • Awards
    • Best Documentary, FIDOCS 2010
    • Special Mention, DOK Leipzig 2010
    • 2th Coral Documentary, La Habana Film Festival, 2010
    • Special Mention, Las Américas Film Festival 2011
    • Best Documentary, New York Latino Film Festival - HBO 2011
    • Best Human RightsDocumentary, Flandes Latino Film Festival, 2011

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