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01 Dec [Editing] The off switch

Being in the limelight isn't easy. Expat funnyman Sam Hammington reveals life behind the laughs [vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_tabs style="horizontal"][vc_tab title="ORIGINAL" tab_id="1427199337-1-48"] Comedian, actor, reality star, funny man, husband and son. Sam Hammington is not just one of the above, he’s all combined, sometimes he’s funny, and sometimes he’s...

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29 Aug [Editing] Audition programs are about people

Mnet show writer says best part of her job is learning about contestants’ lives [vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] ORIGINAL Mnet show writer Kyung Hyun-ju has been in the game for awhile. Out of her 13 years as a writer, she’s spent the last 10 at cable channel Mnet. A place...

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01 Mar [Editing] Back to the real world

Never still, never complacent, the sky’s the limit for Pinnacle TheHustler [vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] ORIGINAL "My message, everything that I’m about, is progress, forward movement, and not being where you were two weeks or two months ago. Get out of complacency. This country can feel like a bubble. It’s like...

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01 Aug [Editing] Two roads to art

The journey of an artist For an artist, sometimes the creative process is inspired by curiosity, wonderment, awe of their subjects or surroundings. Other times it is fueled by reactions to love, life, pleasure, pain, culture or society. This month, Groove Korea examines the journeys of two...

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24 Mar [Editing] ‘Cocalero’ and the Journey of Evo Morales

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] ORIGINAL Featured at Vina Del Mar’s International Film Festival and at Santiago’s International Film Festival (SANFIC) in 2007, the important ‘Cocalero’ is returning once more to the big screen in Santiago at Cine Arte Alameda from Thursday March 19th. The stark real documentary follows the campaign...

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01 Mar [Editing] Film Review: ‘Machuca’

  [vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] ORIGINAL Set in Santiago in 1973, during Salvador Allende’s socialist government and shortly before the military coup led by General Augusto Pinochet, the astonishingly intimate Chilean film ‘Machuca’ boasts outstanding accuracy in its production, from the costume design, graffittis and the product brands to the...

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17 Feb [Editing] Nomads unite for Andú

[vc_row][vc_column width='1/2'] ORIGINAL Wandering around the mural and stray dog sprinkled streets of Santiago is a fairly new band called Andú. A colourful mix of vagrants, musicians and instruments, they tour the city playing their lilting gypsyesque tunes wherever they go. The band is comprised of four guys....

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