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Note from Estado de SATS

August 20, 2013

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Phone screen: On the way with a friend I got a message that said SATS is suspended today, is that true? / It’s false, State Security sent it; yes there will be Estado de SATS / Thanks, we’re coming there without fail and will be in SATS. On the afternoon of August 16, State Security […]

Coming soon in Film at all costs: Chilean Film nominated for an Oscar “NO”

February 7, 2013

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“No” is a 2012 film directed by Chilean Pablo Larrain. The film tells the No campaign in the 1988 plebiscite, Chile and features a cast led by Gael García Bernal, Alfredo Castro, Luis Gnecco and Nestor Cantillana. In January 2013, he became the first Chilean film nominated for Oscar for “Best Foreign Film”. The campaign […]

Cinema at All Costs presents “Awakening” (Spanish video)

January 15, 2013

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Cinema at All Costs presents the documentary “Awakening” with Ricardo Figueredo and Raudel Collazo.

Cinema at All Costs presents Memories of Overdevelopment a film by Miguel Coyula

January 15, 2013

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Cinema at All Costs presents Memories of Overdevelopment A film by Miguel Coyula synopsis An intellectual leaves the Cuban revolution and underdevelopment only find that does not fit into his new life in development. A portrait of a alienated man, without politics and ideology defined, addressing aging, desire and the inability of the individual to […]