Cine BancoEstado

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Cine BancoEstado is the film production arm of BancoEstado, the government-owned bank of Chile.

1st Logo (2008?-)

Visuals: Among a red rocky background is the shadow of a duck moving towards the center of the screen, simulating a dinosaur. The duck then stops walking and moves his head and neck back, then it opens it's mouth and roars. Not soon after, the screen zooms out to reveal the duck is actually BancoEstado's duck mascot, which settles in place. Below we see that the duck is standing above a filmstrip-shaped BancoEstado logo, with "CINE" in a blue banner attached to the logo, with the silver text "BancoEstado PRESENTA" below it. The entire logo shines afterwards.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: There is some cliché dinosaur steps alongside chirping as well as many animal sounds, then the duck's roar and finally some whoosh and "shining" sound effects.

Availability: Unknown; It can be found on some Chilean films.

2nd Logo (20??-)

Visuals: There is a filmstrip (with a film projector light behind it) moving very fast. Then we see the the BancoEstado logo zooming out in the filmstrip. The filmstrip abruptly stops moving as a flash is produced behind. We then see the "BancoEstado" text in silver rising from the glow. Then the letters of "CINE" get filled via sparkles as the glow dims and the text "PRESENTA", also in silver, fades in below.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: The sound of a film projector mixed with the metallic sound (sounding like the echo from the clang of the hammer (a la Mark VII Limited) alongside a stock triumphant fanfare that progressively gets louder ("The End" from Best Service's Peter Siedlaczek's Orchestral Colours sample library), if you listen very closely, you can hear the square-wave blips in the background. The glass-shattering sound soon interrupts the fanfare, followed by the long bass and "pings" as the letters get filled.

Availability: Unknown; It can be found on some Chilean films, such as "Chile puede".

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