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Chile Earthquake (2010)

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  • Cannibals, Hallucinogens Help Chilean Pics Gain Traction in English

    In Chile, as in much of the world, English is becoming the lingua franca among a growing number of filmmakers, as arthouse and genre helmers alike make it the primary language in films targeted to play beyond the country's tiny film market.
  • Santiago dining via rail stops

     Santiago dining via rail stops
    SANTIAGO, Chile — Simply eating in Santiago is enough to make me want to return to the Chilean capital: I want to feel the seismic jolt from a cocktail called the Earthquake, succumb to deathly rich cookies and knots of sweet fried dough called...

    Gigantic earthquakes trigger volcanic eruptions ... or not

    Gigantic earthquakes trigger volcanic eruptions ... or not
    A massive earthquake rattles a town, triggering fiery eruptions in nearby volcanoes.  It sounds like the plot of a disaster movie, but it has actually happened: Journeying in Chile when an 8.5 magnitude temblor struck in 1835, Charles Darwin reported...

    Review: 'Aftershock's' post-quake mayhem is a shock

     Review: 'Aftershock's' post-quake mayhem is a shock
    The disaster formula of Irwin Allen days used to be: Introduce everyone, uncork the cataclysm, grieve, then watch humanity shine with the stirring rescue effort. But in tackling the genre with the straightforward hellscape "Aftershock," horror...

    The Week in Pictures | February 25 – March 3, 2013

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. The big news this week was the retirement of the pope. Benedict XVI became the first pope to resign in nearly 600 years, telling a tearful crowd of faithful that he will now be "a simple pilgrim"...