Miguel Littin


Born in 1942 in Palmilla, Chile to Palestinian parents, Miguel Littin is a major Latin American director and screenwriter. Littin has had a long and distinguished career as a filmmaker and screenwriter in his home county and in Europe. Exiled for his leftist political sympathies during the Pinochet dictatorship, Littin was made the subject of Nobel Laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez' book "Clandestine in Chile."



Cronicas Palestinas: Los Caminos de la Ira, Documentary (Chile, 2002) 
Tierra del Fuego, 1:48' (Chile, 2000) 
Sandino, Fiction (1989) 
Alsino and the Condor (Alsino y el Condor) (1982) 
La Viuda de Montiel (1980) 
Viva el Presidente, Fiction, (1978) 
Letters from Marusia (Actas de Marusian), (1976) 
The Promised Land (La Terre promise) 120', Fiction, (Chile, 1973) 
El Chacal de Nahueltoro (Chile, 1968)