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Feature Film" Fuertes" 

Directors & writers: Oscar Salazar Crespo | Franco Traverso
Producer: Maria del Pilar Groux
Executive Producers: Reynaldo Pacheco
Oscar Salazar Crespo
Marcela Laquis


Production Value in Bolivia 2.5 Million 

Budget Comparables in different markets

United States 15 Million
Spain 8 Million
Mexico 7 Million
Colombia 6 Million
Argentina 4 Million


Bolivia has a variety of natural and urban landscapes within its 1 million kilometers of the national territory, and these landscapes offer various possibilities when filming principal photography. Bolivia has lush jungles in the Amazon, mountains, valleys, the Andes mountains, deserts, and virgin locations that have never been fully exploited in cinema.

Their cities' architecture ranges from modern to colonial times.

Magical realism is alive in Bolivia with its 36 ethnicities and cultures. 

Consider this: Bolivia is in the unique position of sharing a border with five very distinct South American countries, sharing some of the best features of all five of them. Think indigenous culture, the wildlife-filled Amazon Rainforest, snow-capped Andean peaks, and the multi-hued Atacama Desert all in one place.

Bolivia has expanded its film and television productions independently and internationally within the last ten years. Several renowned international movies have been shot in the country, such as “Ché Part 2” (S. Soderbergh with Benicio del Toro & Oscar Isaac), “Blackthorn” (Mateo Gil with Sam Shepard). “Our Brand is Crisis” (David Gordon Green with Sandra Bullock, Billy Bob Thornton & Reynaldo Pacheco), “También la lluvia” (Icíar Bollaín with Gael García Bernal & Luis Tosar), “Star Wars Episode VIII” (George Lucas with Carrie Fisher & Mark Hamill) and most recently, "La Reina del Sur 3"

Production Shot in Bolivia  



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