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Bolívar Films is a Venezuelan cinematographic company. Founded on 14 October 1940 by Luis Guillermo Villegas Blanco, the company specializes in the production and post-production of television spots, documentaries, short films, feature films, audiovisuals and TV programs.
Besides being a producer, processing laboratory, film post-production and sound studio, Bolívar Films has also produced high quality feature films and won many important prizes. For example, “La Balandra Isabel Llegó esta Tarde” won the first prize in photography in 1951's Cannes Film Festival, competing with the traditional film producing countries.
At the same time some documentaries were produced, as well a newsreel in a continuous basis since 1946. And also it has film archives that can be tracked back to 1918
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