The historical epic — starring Edgar Ramirez — makes its worldwide premiere Monday night at the Toronto Film Festival; L.A. Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel scored the film.
TORONTO — Alberto Arvelo’s Libertador is the largest South American production to date and it shows, judging by this exclusive clip from the movie.
The sweeping biopic stars Edgar Ramirez as Simon Bolivar, the Venezuelan military and political hero who played an instrumental role in Latin America’s independence from Spanish rule.
Libertador, costing at least $50 million to produce, makes its worldwide premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Spet. 9. The epic is produced by Winfried Hammacher and Ana Loehnert, and executive produced by Ramírez.
Noted L.A. Philharmonic music director Gustavo Dudamel, who is from Venezuela, is scoring the film in his feature debut.
Ramirez, who made waves with his performance in Carlos, recently starred in Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty and French drama An Open Heart opposite Juliette Binoche.
Mundial is representing worldwide rights to Libertador.
Watch the exclusive clip above.
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