Viji Suchi Cine Arts

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (November 19, 1978)

Visuals: There is a dark silhouette of a shirtless worker a dark setting where we can see rocks on the sides, the sky over the center of the background which looks like a set of clouds with waves superceeding it, and a mountain over it too. The worker holds one of the rocks and then tries to lift it to the darkness, and the screen zooms in to the rock that the worker is currently lifting. The setting starts to dim as the worker then tilts the rock, and on the rock is the text "VSCA" on a tiny circle with a white outline (a la DuMont), which slowly appears on the center of the rock. The sequence then fades to the opening theme of the movie.

Technique: Live-action.

Audio: A long low-pitched drumroll with a creepy xylophone tune when the worker lifts the rock, and when the lifting is complete and the text on the circle appears, three bombastic notes by a violin and an orchestra is heard.

Availability: The only film this logo spotted is on Beena.

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