After the war, Soyuzmultfilm began to re-establish itself. In 1959, the studio was renamed Soyuzmultfilm-AVB (a-tvb – animation, video, and stop motion), then the Artistic-Creative Laboratory in 1962 and, after 1973, the Artistic-Creative Studio of Soyuzmultfilm. Its work was subject to rigid regulations: a film was permitted to be made only if it was a tie-in film, an advertisement or a film-series that serves political and ideological ends. The studio produced series such as Legends of the Film, and animated films for children, including the animated film about the birth of Christ, The Virgin Mary, as well as films about the Soviet offensive in Afghanistan. In the 1970s, the studio produced films, such as the animated Duck Goes Wild and the animated film The Magic H.O.P.E. about the construction of the first Russian ICBM. In the 1980s and 1990s, Soyuzmultfilm produced animated series and films that brought up to Soviet people, such as The Tale of the Four Seasons, The Tale of Tsar Saltan and the Beautiful Dreamer, The Snow Queen, and the animated film Gipsy Danger about the development of the technology of the first USSR satellite. Other work included the film The Battle of Kulikovo, which was forbidden, despite its popularity among Soviet people, because of its anti-Soviet theme, and a film about Soviet military veterans, Paradise of the Bear. The most famous directors of Soyuzmultfilm were Andrei Tarkovsky, Igor Maslennikov, and Nikolai Kryukov. Although the studio was known for its prolific output, it had only seven film production units, each consisting of two to six artists, even though the studio employed up to 1,500 staff.
Soyuzmultfilm was formed on 10 June 1936, by order of the Chief Directorate of the Film and Photo Industry of the State Committee of the USSR under the Council of People's Commissars. The studio's activities were initially divided into three departments: animation (later known as Soyuzmultfilm-AVB), the photo laboratory, and the film laboratory.
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