THE ABANDONED, DECAYED AND FORGOTTEN!

PANACOLOR FILM STUDIO

MAY 2009 - 37 PHOTOS
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The origin of the film studio started after the Second World War. Their core essence was film synchronization and dubbing. The construction of the studio was an architectural masterpiece, which was in many areas his way forward. The studio which floor "floats", allowed the whole room in complete isolation and therefore floats every disturbing noise off. Ceiling and floor are not parallel to each other and are even different in coating, this makes there is a completely acoustically "dead" space.

The equipment was particularly laid emphasis on quality, so all the rooms have the same high-quality film and sound standards for those days and especially user-friendly equipment. But also on the working climate was thought to have a comfortable and elegant living room for the actors of the production, full air conditioning in each building.

An elaborate system of entrances and exits (without disruption of the recordings in the studios, it is possible to reach the other rooms), a casino with a bar allowed to work in a pleasant atmosphere. Despite the implementation of security standards a drastic event happened in history on 27 September 1965, a self-ignition of the nitrocellulose film caused explosion that destroyed on that day an entire bunker complex. The damage of the valuable equipment and materials here was in the millions, but people were not harmed.

The studio was abandoned since the nineties and destroyed in the late summer of 2009. This magnificent place should have become a museum, it definitely earned a place in the film and synchronization history.