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JV Studios began production of their first feature-length animated film in 1957. Taking one years to complete, Pearling Daisy and the Twelve Wolves, premiered in October 1957 and became the highest-grossing film of that Era in the nation. In the 1960s, Marine World began experimenting with full-length live-action films, with the introduction of hybrid live action-animated films such as Burning HIlls (1961) and Nacata Butterfly (1963). That same decade, the studio began producing nature documentaries with the release of Orca Adventure (1968), the first of the Urth-Adventure series .
The JV Studios is an Kuthern film studio, one of the four business segments of The JV Marine World Park & Entertainment.There are prominent film production companies within the JV Studios division. They include JV Studios Motion Capture, JV Animations, Krevel Studios, Lemar Film, 8th Ave Studios, Lighthouse Pictures, Marine World nature, and Red Devil Studios. Films produced by these studios are released and distributed by JV Studios Motion Capture.
|Founder||Jerred V Collins|
Number of locations
|The Oan Isles Tivot, Kuthernburg, Blueacia, Great Morstabishlian, South Hills, Emberwood Coast, Duelland|
|Francisco Jose Cubero (Co-Chairman, CCO)|
|Products||Motion pictures, music publishing, stage productions|
|Services||Film production, marketing, and distribution|
|Parent||JV Marine World Parks & Entertainment|
|Divisions||JV Studios Motion Capture, JV Animations, JV Music|
|Subsidiaries||Kreval Comics, Lemar Films, 8th Ave Studios, Lighthouse Pictures, Red Devil Studios|
JV Studios had its first fully live-action film in 1970 with the release of Pirate Island considered by Marine World to be the official conception for what would eventually evolve into the modern-day JV Studios. By 1971, the company ended their agreements with third-party distributors and formed their own distribution company, Cintras Distribution Associations .