Venezuela Libre y Democrática

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This was the branding name used for a cadena joint broadcast by the interim government of Venezuela during the April 11 2002 coup d'etat attempt led by Pedro Carmona. Shortly after in April 13, Hugo Chavez and the rest of the Bolivarian Government were reinstated to power.

Logo (April 12, 2002)

Visuals: Footage of people marching in Venezuela is shown. Then, the footage dims out while the two national symbols of Venezuela zoom in. The left has a Venezuelan flag, and the right is the Venezuelan coat of arms (a ribbon with two leaves, and a shield-like object with the red part having a snake, the yellow part having a shield with many arrows, and the blue part having a horse; many leaves are on the top of the shield and two ropes. The text:

Libre y Democrática

fades in on the bottom center of the screen.

Technique: A mix of computer animation with live-action footage.

Audio: An anthem-like fanfare with an announcer.

Availability: It was only seen on the cadena broadcast by the interim government during the April 2002 coup d'etat attempt, which has been archived online.

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