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LVN Pictures - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. LVN Pictures, Inc. In its heyday of motion picture production, LVN Pictures has been compared to that of the Metro- Goldwyn- Mayer Studios (MGM) of Hollywood because it had, under contract, the biggest stars and film craftsmen of the period.
This was the oldest living film studio running for 6. At that time, the American- occupied Philippines was a ready market for American films, which further influenced various filmmakers like Jose Nepomuceno (the Father of Philippine Movies) to set up various film production companies to produce Tagalog movies. With its creation, LVN Pictures offered a rival to then- newly established Sampaguita Pictures of the Vera- Perez family. LVN chose the big piece of land in P. Peter Street in Cubao, Quezon City as its home, and for the next seven decades, the lot would become the backlot and administration location of the studio. The LVN Gate, with the initials of the studio emblazoned in red letters and set in white beams, became as famous as the Paramount Pictures gate, and the big LVN Studios logo atop the Main Building became as famous as the MGM logo atop its main building.
To oversee its production facilities, Do. She was the first Filipina film mogul. Eventually, due to the uninvolvement of the Villonco and Navoa families, she bought their shares, which made LVN a De Leon family company.
The studio's first offering was the musical Giliw Ko(one of the very few Pre- War Filipino Films still extant today), which starred the three biggest stars of the era (Ely Ramos, Fernando Poe, Sr. The movie, released in 1. In 1. 94. 1, LVN introduced another trend. The first Filipino film in color (utilizing the . The color sequence of the film, which was the singing of the bird, was painstakingly hand- colored. The film also starred Mila del Sol, Fred Cortes and Manuel Conde and was a box- office success. Nevertheless, the growth of the studio was hampered due to World War II and the Japanese Occupation, which ravaged Manila and the rest of the Philippines from January 2, 1.
February 1. 94. 5. Due to the hardships of the war and to avoid being used as Japanese propaganda center, LVN closed shop. During this period, LVN Pictures has discovered and developed the following stars: Rogelio de la Rosa, Jaime de la Rosa, Mila del Sol, Fred Cortes, Norma Blancaflor, Lilia Dizon, Rosa Rosal, and Vicente Alberto to name a few. Post World War Two. The LVN stars who had to do stage shows when it closed shop was again making movies. LVN produced Miss Philippines (1. Norma Blancaflor and Jose .
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In the 1. 95. 0s, at the height of the Communist threat in the Philippines, LVN Pictures collaborated with the Philippine government in vilifying communism by producing three films that were against Communism, namely Kontrabando (1. FAMAS Award- winner Korea (1. FAMAS Best Picture Huk sa Bagong Pamumuhay (1. Aside from these, LVN also produced its specialty, the musicals, namely Sarung Banggi (1.
Mutya ng Pasig (1. The Golden Age of Philippine Cinema (The 1. Sampaguita Pictures specialized in high- glossed society pictures and musicals. Premiere Productions and Lebran International specialized in action pictures. LVN, on the other hand, became known for its . The various superproductions of LVN were Ibong Adarna (1.
Lapu- Lapu (1. 95. Badjao (1. 95. 6), Anak Dalita (1. Biyaya ng Lupa (1. At this time, LVN Pictures emerged as the biggest film studio of the Philippines, releasing 2 to 3 films a month in 1. Indeed, during this time, LVN Pictures housed the biggest and most popular stars of the period.
With Narcisa de Leon still helming LVN Pictures, the studio managed to maintain its resident female contravida (antagonist) FAMAS- winner Rosa Rosal, the then undisputed King of Philippine Movies and FAMAS- winner Rogelio de la Rosa, FAMAS- nominee Lilia Dizon, FAMAS- winner Jose Padilla, Jr., Jaime de la Rosa, Celia Flor, Mila del Sol, Corazon Noble, Norma Blancaflor and a handful of other stars. In addition, LVN added FAMAS winners Charito Solis (introduced in Ni. Delia Razon, Daisy Romualdez, Nestor de Villa, Mario Montenegro, Norma Vales, Lou Salvador, Jr., Marita Zobel and Sylvia La Torre are the other stars added to LVN during this period. In addition to stars, LVN also prided itself in the film artisans that it had on contract. The make- up legend Manahan Sisters, directors Lamberto Avellana and Gerardo de Leon (who became FAMAS winners), musician Tito Arevalo and editor Ike Jarlego were few of the many talented film artisans that were, one year or another, in contract with the studio. LVN Pictures prided itself on the creation of what was perhaps the most popular love team of all time, the Nida Blanca- Nestor de Villa love team. The two stars, who were also gifted in the field of dancing and singing, gave LVN a boost on the box- office with their films Waray- Waray (1.
Kalyehera (1. 95. Talusaling (1. 95. The love team gave Sampaguita Pictures a competition, which led them to build up their number- one star, Gloria Romero, with the dashing Luis Gonzales. Nevertheless, the Nida- Nestor love team had one thing that the Gloria- Luis lacked: the gift of dance. Nida- Nestor danced their way to the box- office, and even later to television with their own show. In addition, LVN's desire to equal Sampaguita Pictures' drama excellence was also answered. By the 1. 95. 0s, Sampaguita drama empresses Lolita Rodriguez, Marlene Dauden and Rita Gomez were already held in check by LVN's very own drama empress Charito Solis.
Charito Solis starred in the blockbuster films Malvarosa (1. Kundiman ng Lahi (1.
Emily (1. 96. 0). To answer for the hugely popular action films of Premiere Productions and Lebran International, LVN also developed its resident hunk Mario Montenegro, Jaime de la Rosa and Jose Padilla, Jr., to do action films like Huk sa Bagong Pamumuhay (1. Lapu- Lapu (1. 95. LVN also featured its own roster of antagonists or contravidas which brought . LVN also had under contract the brightest singing stars of the period like Diomedes Maturan, Sylvia La Torre and Marita Zobel. La Torre later teamed up with Eddie San Jose in LVN's series of comedies starring the team of Pugo and Bentot.
In 1. 95. 5, LVN Pictures again set another landmark by remaking Ibong Adarna in 1. Nida Blanca and Nestor de Villa. The movie became the first Filipino film to ever grossed one million pesos and hugely promoted the love team of Blanca and de Villa. In 1. 95. 6, LVN brought international fame to the Philippines when its superproduction Badjao (1. Rosa Rosal won the Golden Harvest Award (Best Picture) at the Asia- Pacific Film Festival. From this point on, LVN's superproductions figured in various film festivals and competitions all over the world, winning Best Picture Awards and acting awards in the process. In the local scene, LVN Pictures also dominated the Awards of the Filipino Academy of Movie Arts and Sciences (FAMAS Awards) by amassing a total of 1.
Best Picture. In total, it won 4 Best Picture awards, 1 Best Short Film Award and 1 Best Featurette Award. In addition, LVN Pictures holds the record for the most FAMAS International Prestige Awards of Merit, the award of the FAMAS that gives recognition to productions which were recognized internationally. At a time when movie studios were only receiving one or two of these in a decade, LVN has managed to collect four of them for the films Anak Dalita (1. Malvarosa (1. 95.
Bayanihan and My Serenade (both 1. Nevertheless, due to the heavy competition that LVN Pictures experienced from Hollywood films and even local television, the Golden Age of Philippine cinema was the only boost it needed to survive as a corporation. The 1. 96. 0s and onwards. The decision was not surprising; even though LVN was releasing box- office successes, the earnings from these films were used to pay off existing loans and debts from various Philippine banks.
By 1. 96. 1, LVN pictures was already nearing practical bankruptcy due to . But LVN is not alone; among the rest of the Big Four, only Sampaguita Pictures survived to the seventies, and even this famed studio later closed shop in the eighties.
The stars of LVN Pictures became freelancers when LVN stopped its production of films, many of whom went to its sister company, Dalisay Pictures. The remaining moviemaking equipment of LVN such as cameras, lights and others were loaned to various movie outfits and independent producers such as Cirio Santiago, Larry Santiago Productions, Dalisay Pictures, People's Pictures and other at P1. In the meantime, LVN Pictures moved to post- production, which specialized in color processing and editing of films for Philippine cinema and advertising. For the next forty years, LVN engaged in post- production, which was said to be the best in Asia. In 1. 98. 0, LVN Pictures made one more attempt at movie production with the release of the hugely successful comedy Kakabakaba Ka Ba? The movie earned LVN Pictures its last nomination for Best Picture at the FAMAS Awards.
Closure. The reason for LVN Pictures final closure was the lessening number of Filipino films that availed of their post- production services. Indeed, the Philippine film industry was already slumping to 5. The costs of maintaining the equipment at the LVN Studios exceeded the revenue that it received from post- production, so on June 3. LVN's post- production equipment went up for sale and was bought by an unnamed group of businessmen. Nevertheless, the LVN Museum, the lot and the studio buildings itself were not part of the buy- out. At the time of the purchase, the whole LVN Pictures was valued at P4. LVN Pictures is the first of its kind in Philippine movie history.
It was the movie studio that set many trends in the forefront of Philippine cinema.
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