From Audiovisual Identity Database
Pandora Film (or Pandora Filmproduktion) is a German film production and distribution company that distributes international films across Germany. The company was founded in 1982 by cinema operators Karl Baumgartner and Reinhard Brundig. The name of the company was inspired by G.W. Pabst's Pandora's Box.
(3 December 1982-)
Logo: Just the stacked white text "PANDORA FILM" in a Pac-Man-esque font (named Fatti Patti).
Variant: Sometimes, the text "zeigt:" ("presents" in English) is shown underneath.
Availability: Uncommon in Germany. Seen on German prints of various international movies such as Life and Nothing Else.... It also appears at the end of Only Lovers Left Alive.