Cine Animadores

From Audiovisual Identity Database


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Background: Cine Animadores was a Chilean animation studio. The company worked on a few animation films (the most remarkable is Ogu y Mampato en Rapa Nui, the "First Chilean modern animation film") and other projects. The company is probably defunct as no films or production has been known to be made later.

1st Logo (2002)

Logo: We see a two "ribbons" (made by orange-toned squares) moving to the center, while the squares still moves. And then the ribbons separate and shows the company logo (which consists of "CineAnimadores" in is corporate font and white) and the ribbons joint again. Finally the ribbons separate and reveal the word "PRESENTA".

Technique: The squares.

Music/Sounds: The film opening.

Availability: Rare. Only appear in Ogu y Mampato en Rapa Nui.


2nd Logo (2007)

Logo: On a red background, a TV fall and stop near the left of the screen and turns on, then a black monster-like thing appear and walks to the TV. The monster touches the TV, and it shows an static, and finally kicks the TV several times and pushes off the screen (breaking it). The monster "dances" near the TV spot, and another TV fall and crushes the monster. The TV turns on, and show the same monster "dancing". Finally, the company logo fades at the right.

Technique: 2D animation.

Music/Sounds: Cartoonish sounds.

Availability: Very rare. Only know to appear in Papelucho y el marciano.

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