Creative Focus: Future Shock




High-Flying Propaganda Films Endures An Ownership Revolution
Three years before the Berlin Wall crumbled, an L.A. music video company and its cheeky, film-school-graduate founders gave the bird to the Cold War mind-set: they named their shop Propaganda Films. With a provocative, socialist-constructivist logo picturing a night sky filled with bombers, the brash upstart debuted in 1986.

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