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  1. Altazor Award - Wikipedia

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    The Altazor Award of the National Arts or simply Altazor, is a Chilean award which is awarded annually. The winners are chosen by the own creators and performers of the arts. They were established in 1958, but were not awarded until 1999. The award consists of a cast-iron sculpture created by

  2. Altazor - Wikipedia

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    Altazor o el viaje en paracaídas, or simply Altazor, is the magnum opus of Chilean poet Vicente Huidobro, published in Madrid in 1931.. This poem in the shape of a book can be classified as an example of the Avant-garde literature movement developed during the first half of the twentieth century.

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  3. 2002 Altazor Awards - Wikipedia

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    The third annual Altazor Awards took place on March 25, 2002, at the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes.

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  4. Claudia Celedón - Wikipedia

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    Altazor Award (2004) Claudia Irene Celedón Ureta (born 15 August 1966) is a Chilean television, film, and theater actress. She is the winner of an Altazor Award for best theater actress for her role in the play Mujer gallina , and was awarded at the Cartagena International Film Festival for her role in Old Cats .

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    • Andrea García-Huidobro [es]
    • Altazor Award (2004)
    • Jaime Celedón [es] (father), Bernadette Ureta (mother)
  5. Kena Lorenzini - Wikipedia

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    Altazor Award (2010) Website: lorenzinilorenzinikena.blogspot.com: María Eugenia Lorenzini Lorenzini (born 1959), better known as Kena Lorenzini, is a Chilean ...

  6. Alejandra Costamagna - Wikipedia

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    Altazor Award for Últimos fuegos (2006) Art Critics' Circle Award for Dile que no estoy (2007) Finalist for the 2008 Altazor Award with Dile que no estoy; Anna Seghers-Preis - German literary award (2008) 2009 Best Literary Works Award in the Unpublished Work category from the National Book and Reading Council for Animales domésticos

  7. Nona Fernández - Wikipedia

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    2012: Altazor Award in the TV Script category for Los archivos del cardenal (ex aequo) 2013: Altazor Award in the Dramaturgy category for El taller [9] 2016: Award of the National Council of Culture and the Arts for the best novel in the Published Works category for Chilean Electric [21]

  8. Bélgica Castro - Wikipedia

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    Her lead role earned her the Best Actress award at the 16th Festivalisimo, the Ibero-Latin American Film Festival of Montreal, and a third Altazor for film acting. [11] Castro died on 6 March 2020, her 99th birthday, which fell one day after the death of her husband Alejandro Sieveking , who died at age 85 on 5 March.

  9. Paulina Urrutia - Wikipedia

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    2011, Altazor Award in Performing Arts as Best Theater Actress for La amante fascista; International Festival of Trieste, Italy. 2007, Best Performance for the film Tendida, mirando las estrellas; Caleuche. 2016, Caleuche Award for Best Supporting Actress in the series Sudamerican Rockers

  10. Tamara Acosta - Wikipedia

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    Tamara Acosta graduated from the Theater School of Fernando González . She is a recognized figure of theater, television, and above all is known as "the muse of Chilean cinema" because she has participated in a large number of films produced in Chile. [1]