Studio Ekran

From Audiovisual Identity Database


Studio Ekran (Творческое объединение «Экран» in Russian) was a Russian television and film studio from the Soviet Union. It was founded in 1968 and produced TV movies, mini-series, and animated cartoons. After the reorganization of the Ostankino TV channel in mid-1990's, Studio Ekran closed its doors.

1st (known) Logo (1971 - 1995)

Logo: On a background (depending on a film), we see the plain text "ТВОРЧЕСКОЕ ОБЪЕДИНЕНИЕ «ЭКРАН»".

Variants: TBA.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None or the opening theme.

Availablity: Uncommon, at least in Russia. It was seen on some cartoon productions from the company, e.g. The Girl and the Dolphin (1979), The Adventures of Akairo (1980), The Blue Ball (1984), and the second film of Amba (1995). The "Soyuztelefilm" version was seen on Female Astrology (1991) and two films of the Geona trilogy.

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