Four Latin American films are among the 14 competing for best foreign film at next year's Sundance Festival.
Chile has two entries in the competition: “Violeta Went to Heaven,” a portrait of famed Chilean singer and folklorist Violeta Parra which already won the prestigious Pedro Sienna award in Chile, and “Young & Wild,” about the spiritual struggle of a 17-year-old evangelical girl.
An Argentine film, "The Last Elvis," about a Buenos Aires impersonator who believes he is Elvis reincarnated, also won a nomination.
Finally, "Father's Chair" from Brazil follows a father chasing his runaway sun.
The film festival runs from Jan. 19 to Jan. 29 in Utah.
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