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Have you tried Chilean salmon, sea urchin or mussels? Or maybe the grapes, cherries and blueberries? Chile is the top exporter of these and many other products taken from its seas, fields and mountains. The creativity of its people is just another bonus, especially in the area of innovation in technology services and the production of video games, films and television series.

Have you tried Chilean salmon, sea urchin or mussels? Or maybe the grapes, cherries and blueberries? Chile is the top exporter of these and many other products taken from its seas, fields and mountains.

The creativity of its people is just another bonus, especially in the area of innovation in technology services and the production of video games, films and television series.

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The world has come to know us and the added value of our products in terms of quality and variety: The traditional prestige of our wines and copper, and a new range of products with international guarantee which are the fruits of our fields and the labor of all Chileans.

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Non-fiction contributions to Chilean cinema

November 29 is Chilean Cinema Day, which was established in memory of filmmakers Jorge Müller and Carmen Bueno. This year it comes just days after a great piece of news for the industry. On November 19, it was announced that Maite Alberdi’s film The Mole Agent (El agente topo) would represent Chile at the Academy Awards in the category of Best International Feature Film.

Pure talent: The solid present and promising future of Chile’s animation industry

October 28 is International Animation Day, which commemorates the first public screening of Théâtre Optique (Optical Theatre) by French animation pioneer Émile Reynaud. The showing, which took place at the Grevin Museum in Paris in 1892, included three short films entitled ‘Pauvre Pierrot! (Poor Pete),’ ‘Le Clown et ses chiens (The Clown and His Dogs)’ and ‘Un bon bock (A Good Beer).’

Chilean animation: a growing young industry

For the third consecutive year, a Chilean animated film has been selected for the Annecy Festival. Nahuel and the Magic Book is a feature-length film directed by Germán Acuña, inspired by the landscapes and people of Chiloé Island.

Chilean social innovation wins international contest

The national project “Algramo” earned the USD $300.000 prize awarded by the “Chivas: The Venture” initiative.

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