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Retro cinema is charming nostalgic branding

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16:15 PM | 3 May 2017
by Hollie Wong
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From the minds of Kuba Pechota and Fromsquare Studios, the Wroclaw American Film Festival will touch the hearts of every film lover.

Wroclaw American Film Festival is a retro concept from the minds of Kuba Pechota and Fromsquare Studios.

Taking influence from the classic American cinema experience, Pechota and Fromsquare wanted to capture the style and traditional feel of the nostalgic cinematic experience.

From ticket stubs to corn snacks and the classic red and blue 3D glasses, the design has a romantic nostalgia for any cinephile.

The creators said: "Our identification concept was based on American tone, showing the culture from which modern cinema was born."

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