We are happy to inform you that, we INDO CINE APPRECIATION FOUNDATION in association with The Embassy of Chile in India, New Delhi and Honorary Consulate of Chile in Chennai are organizing a Chilean Film Festival for the First time in Chennai from 20-22 February 2017 at Red Carpet Hall, RKV Film & Television Institute, 317-G, NSK Salai, Vijaya Garden, Vadapalani, Chennai. The festival will be inaugurated by Mrs. Sunita Shahaney, Honorary Consul of Chile in Chennai. Mr. Debendra Narayan Kar, IRS, Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals), Chennai will be the Chief Guest. Mr. Sivan Kannan, President, ICAF will preside over the function. Ms. Shylaja Chetlur, Actor, Entrepreneur will light the lamp.


1. The Gift | Dir.: Cristián Galaz & Andrea Ugalde | 2008 | 108 min (20 Feb 2017 | 6.15 PM)

A man who has recently lost his wife and forced to retire contemplates suicide. His friends take him on a trip to a senior resort, and invite his former sweetheart.

2. Our Father: The last date| Dir.: Rodrigo Sepúlveda| 2005|100 min (21 Feb 2017 | 6.15 PM)

“Boys, please take me out of here” (Caco). This seems to be the last wish that Cacoa scrounging man who abandoned his family 9 years ago- asks to Pedro, Meche and Roberto, his children, while he spends his last day of life at a hospital in Valparaíso. Them, next to Maite, Pedro´s second wife, do not suspect that the funny, happy and eccentric old man is speaking seriously this time and that he is willing to do anything to escape with his family, even at his own life´s expense. A beautiful story, full of common life details and black humour, that shows us that there is always a last chance to reconnect with the ones we love.

3. Family vacations | Dir.: Ricardo Carrasco | 2014 |90 min (21 Feb 2017  Tuesday | 7.45 PM)

The Kelly family once enjoyed an affluent lifestyle but have recently fallen on hard times. Despite this reality, they continue to maintain an air of aristocracy about them. They go so far as to lie to their neighbors about their vacation plans, telling them they’ll be spending their summer in Brazil. However, when obligated to follow through with their lie, they find themselves creating a fictionalized vacation that causes more trouble than they bargained for. This entertaining romp from Chile will have you wanting more of this epically terrible family

4. Anonymous | Dir.: Renato Pérez | 2010 | 90 min (22 Feb 2017 | 6.15 PM)

Javier (40) must be reinserted into society after spending 14 years in prison. His family and friends reject him, so he takes refuge in a house where he leases a piece. There he meets Amanda (16), who helps him find a way to rejoin a teenage daughter he barely knows.

5. My Best Enemy | Dir.: Alex Bowen | 2006 | 100 min (22 Feb 2017 | 7.45 PM )

December 1978. Chile and Argentina are within days of starting an armed confrontation on the southern border. In Patagonia, a Chilean patrol accidentally breaks its compass and is lost in the middle of the pampa. They dig their trenches without knowing if it is Chile or Argentina. A long wait begins that will interrupt an Argentine patrol that is installed in front of them. Both wait for the war now, but the tense wait will give way to the friendship that occurs between human beings who are enemies, but who confused by the solitude of the pampa, transit in a fragile line between the duty and the will.

Venue : RKV Film & TV Institute, NSK Salai Vadapalani
Date : 20th – 22nd Feb 2017

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