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The Ícaro Panamá 2017 film festival continues to grow in popularity.

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Alain Rouquié explores the consequences of Peronism in his newest book, The Century of Perón.

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After being hidden and nearly forgotten over the years, a mural in La Granja, Chile has been uncovered.

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Their works mix historical narratives with science fiction, fantasy, and adventure tales.

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The small, competitive market of private art galleries in Buenos Aires “plays a fundamental role” in the careers of contemporary artists and their works.

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Chilean poet Nicanor Parra’s home on the outskirts of Santiago is a simultaneously personal and cultural landmark.

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Lia Jelín could be called an “all purpose” director. Jelín, one of the creators of the Toc-Toc phenomenon, is now in charge of Desesperados, the work by Brazilian actor and writer Fernando Ceylao, at Teatro Buenos Aires.

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Much of rapper Ali aka Mind’s success can be traced to his simple lyrics that promote a sense of national identity.

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Members of Mexico’s artistic community, led by the Academia Mexicana de Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas (AMACC), the Asociación Mexicana de Productores Independientes and the artistic collective El Grito más Fuerte, have expressed their opposition to the handling of cultural content as a commodity under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

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Dominican film director José María Cabral and his film, Carpinteros, have been selected to represent the Dominican Republic (DR) in the next round of Oscars in Hollywood, as well as at the Goya Awards in Spain.

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