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OSCAR BENTOLILA, sound design

Oscar Bentolila was born in San Cristóbal, Táchira, Venezuela. From a very early age he discovered his passion for music and photography, thanks to the influence of his father.

In 1988 he participated in the first film and video workshop dictated by Samuel Belilty. He completed his musical studies en 1990, and on the following year he begins studies in audio engineering, while working for a well known recording studio in Caracas, where he works in sessions for reknown artists such as Simón Díaz and Serenata Guayanesa. During this time he also developed his career in photography.

In 1994 he graduates as an audio engineer and begins work at the RCTV TV station. In 1995 he becomes part of HBO Latin-America Group, where he has the opportunity to train in photography and video software, as well as other areas.

Along with friend Leonardo Pico, he forms OL Producciones in 1998. Two years later, he becomes engineering manager at the CNB radio network.

In 2004 he found Espiral Creativo, a company specializing in audiovisual production and post-prouction, where he manages to merge all the fields in which he has been working throughout his life.

Oscar has studied under known musicians, photographers and filmmakers, including Miguel Noya, Andrés Agustí and Luis Roberto Lipavsky, in Venezuela, and José Carlos Panadero, in Madrid.

He recently published the photographic calendar “Caracas Panorámica”, the first edition of which sold out in the most important bookstore chains in the country. He has collaborated in many films, both in Venezuela and in Spain, including “La virgen negra”, by Ignacio Castillo, and “Hermano”, by Marcel Rasquin.