Zespół Filmowy X (Poland)

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Zespół Filmowy X is a Polish film production studio, inaugurated on New Years Day 1972. The studio's formation was the brainchild of acclaimed Polish director Andrzej Wajda, who served as the Artistic Director for the duration of the studio's existence.

1st Logo (1972?-1980s)

Nicknames: "Bird Hunting", "Big X", "Bird X", "The Swallows", "Polish Alfred Hitchcock"

Logo: On a grass plain we see black swallows fly towards the screen. The words "Przedsiębiorstwo Realizacji Filmów-Zespoły Filmowe" appears on the screen and then disappears. The swallows form a big "X" and the words "Zespoły Filmowe" appears left from it and then disappears. Additional swallows appears and merge into the X. Suddenly the dissolves back into the swallows and the swallows fly to the screen and over it, leaving just black on the screen. The word "PRZEDSTAWIA" appears on the screen.

FX/SFX: All animation.

Music/Sounds: The howling of swallows that gets louder over time, then finishing with a loud bang.

Availability: Seen before PARTITA NA INSTRUMENT DREWNIANY, among other films.

Editor's Note: None.

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