Sebastián Lelio

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Director Sebastián Lelio discusses life and love through pop music in "Gloria Bell".

Sebastián Lelio: "Gloria Bell’’

Director Sebastián Lelio discusses life and love through pop music in "Gloria Bell".

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A few weeks ago, back in December, we decided to get out of the studio and visit a movie shoot. We went to downtown LA, where we caught up with Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio.

Director Sebastián Lelio and Daniela Vega on ‘A Fantastic Woman’

A few weeks ago, back in December, we decided to get out of the studio and visit a movie shoot. We went to downtown LA, where we caught up with Chilean filmmaker Sebastián Lelio.

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