Best Film (Poland)

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1st Logo (1990's)

Logo: We see a red bar on a black background. It then spins 90 degrees to the right so it's revealed to be the letter F, followed by a blue B. As it does so the letters move vertically. A striped red/blue ball comes out of the top-left corner and moves to the top of the F, while a 2D copy of the same ball fades in before it even places. Stripes appear on the first letters while they thicken a bit, "est" and "ilm" fade in next to their respective first letters, forming the name, and a marble background fades in.

FX/SFX: Probably everything.

Music/Sounds: An eerie bell, followed by a descending ringing synth and a dark hitting sound that later transforms into a deep synth note.

Availability: Rare, as it can be seen on releases from them.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (2000's-)

Logo: TBA.

FX/SFX: The logo forming and shining, the lightnings.

Music/Sounds: A fanfare with majestic trumpet ending, plus thunder.

Availability: Seen on Polish film releases.

Editor's Note: None.

Best Film Video CD


Logo: TBA


Music/Sounds: A dark string note and a ding.

Availability: Seen on VCD or DVD releases from them in later years.

Editor's Note: None.

Best Film DVD


Logo: We see the same background and logo forming as in the regular logo, but digitally improved, with "DVD" appearing below and the lightnings running by the letters.

FX/SFX: Same as the second Best Film logo, with some improvements.

Music/Sounds: Same as the second Best Film logo.

Availability: Seen on Polish DVD releases, mainly of foreign films.

'Editor's Note: None.

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