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Studio Ekran (Russian : Творческое объединение «Экран», Artistical Joint "Ekran") was a Russian (Soviet Union's until 1991) TV film studio. It was founded in 1968 and produced made-for-TV movies, mini-series and animated cartoons. In 1994, after reorganization of Ostankino TV channel, it was closed.


Aleksandr Tatarskiy's Pilot studio was started from Ekran.


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