1644 – The Deadly Tower of Monsters (2016 Video game)

The Deadly Tower of Monsters is a science fiction top-down shooter video game developed by ACE Team (based in Santiago) and published by Atlus USA, which released for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4 on 19 January 2016. 


The game’s framing device is that of an early 1970s B-movie The Deadly Tower of Monsters recently released on DVD, with the director’s commentary of its in-universe director Dan Smith serving as a combination of tutorial and meta-commentary on the game. The film itself is a space opera in which astronaut Dick Starspeed (played in-universe by actor Jonathan Digby) has been shot down on an alien planet full of innocent ape-creatures, ruled by a tyrannical emperor. (wiki)

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923 – Home (2009)

Home is a 2009 French documentary film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. The film is almost entirely composed of aerial shots of various places on Earth. It shows the diversity of life on Earth and how humanity is threatening the ecological balance of the planet. The English version was read by Glenn Close.000001151886The film was financed by Kering, a French multinational holding company specializing in retail shops and luxury brands, as part of their public relations strategy. (wiki)mv5bmtewnwe3mwetntmxms00ymmylwexzdqtzgfmnwzkodkwngzlxkeyxkfqcgdeqxvymtqxnzmzndi@._v1_Yann Arthus-Bertrand said in a TED talk that the movie has no copyright.


249 – El botón de nácar (2015)


The Pearl Button (Spanish: El botón de nácar) is a 2015 Chilean documentary film directed by Patricio Guzmán. The filmmaker has described the work as part of a triptych with Nostalgia for the Light (imdband potentially a third film focusing on the Andes.

It explores familiar Guzmán themes such as memory and the historical past, particularly that of history’s losers rather than victors, recording some of the last surviving members of the original Alacalufe and Yaghan tribes, the far north of Chile, the most waterless place on earth, where radio telescopes in the desert discover more about the cosmos each day. A departure for Guzmán is that it does not focus solely on Chile’s past under Augusto Pinochet, as the title was partly inspired by a shirt button discovered during a 2004 investigation by Chilean judge Juan Guzmán on a length of rail used to weight the bodies of Pinochet’s victims dumped in the sea and partly by the button after which the Yaghan native Jemmy Button was named when taken aboard HMS Beagle in 1830.