Cinema of Colombia refers to the film industry based in Colombia. Colombian cinema began in 1897 and has included silent films, animated films and internationally acclaimed movies. Government support included an effort in the 1970s to develop the state-owned Cinematographic Development Company (Compañía de Fomento Cinematográfico ) which helped produce some films yet struggled to maintain itself financially viable. FOCINE became defunct in 1993. In 1997 the Colombian congress approved Law 397 of Article 46 or the with the purpose of supporting the development of the Colombian film industry by creating a film promotion called (PROIMAGES in motion Corporation). In 2003 Congress also approved the which helped to restart the cinematographic industry in Colombia.

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  • Cinema of Colombia refers to the film industry based in Colombia. Colombian cinema began in 1897 and has included silent films, animated films and internationally acclaimed movies. Government support included an effort in the 1970s to develop the state-owned Cinematographic Development Company (Compañía de Fomento Cinematográfico ) which helped produce some films yet struggled to maintain itself financially viable. FOCINE became defunct in 1993. In 1997 the Colombian congress approved Law 397 of Article 46 or the with the purpose of supporting the development of the Colombian film industry by creating a film promotion called (PROIMAGES in motion Corporation). In 2003 Congress also approved the which helped to restart the cinematographic industry in Colombia. (en)
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  • Cinema of Colombia refers to the film industry based in Colombia. Colombian cinema began in 1897 and has included silent films, animated films and internationally acclaimed movies. Government support included an effort in the 1970s to develop the state-owned Cinematographic Development Company (Compañía de Fomento Cinematográfico ) which helped produce some films yet struggled to maintain itself financially viable. FOCINE became defunct in 1993. In 1997 the Colombian congress approved Law 397 of Article 46 or the with the purpose of supporting the development of the Colombian film industry by creating a film promotion called (PROIMAGES in motion Corporation). In 2003 Congress also approved the which helped to restart the cinematographic industry in Colombia. (en)
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