Orígenes del Cine

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (2000s)

Visuals: There is an 1940's Spanish typical street where it's raining. In the street we watch a car, a bike and a advertising pillar. Suddenly, one of the ads leaves the pillar, and the pillar revolves around itself. The camera zooms inside the pillar with the ads, until the camera fix one ad where appears a women's face. After, it appears "ORÍGENES DEL CINE" in the big, tall and grungy font moving across the screen to the left, and finally the text reappears on the near-top, but smaller and tilted.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A piano sonata, the sounds of the rain, and the "THUD!" at the end.

Availability: Unknown.

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