AGC Studios

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


AGC Studios is an American film and television production studio. It was founded and launched by Chairman and CEO Stuart Ford in February 2018 as a platform to develop, produce, finance and globally license a diverse portfolio of feature films, scripted, unscripted and factual television, digital and musical content from its dual headquarters in Los Angeles and London and also as a successor to IM Global. The new studio’s Hollywood output has a wide-ranging multicultural focus, designed for exploitation across an array of global platforms including major studio partnerships, streaming platforms, traditional broadcast and cable television networks and independent distributors, both in the U.S. and internationally. AGC Studios is initially backed by three key strategic investors: Latin American private asset management firm MediaNet Partners; Image Nation Abu Dhabi, one of the leading media and entertainment companies in the Arabic-speaking world; and leading Silicon Valley entrepreneur and chairman of Fibonacci Films, Greg Clark. In May 2018, AGC signed a $150 million co-financing deal with Ingenious Media.

Logo (November 8, 2019-)

Visuals: There is various levitating black and red shapes. Then, the screen pans closer to form the red words "ΛGC". Then, the black shapes merge into one background as the silver word "studios" flies in. A silver line then fades in from the right.


  • A short variant exists where it starts when "studios" flies in.
  • On international prints, the word "international" replaces "studios". The animation is also different; on a black background, a line and the words "international" fly in from the sides of the screen, as the red word "ΛGC" fades in above.
    • On John Lewis: Good Tribute, it's the same as the international version, but has the words "studios" instead of "international".
  • On Midway, the international variant of the logo has a film effect.
  • On trailers of Voyagers, the logo shakes wildly on a cyan background, like the Lionsgate logo.
  • A still version was seen at the end of Queenpins.
  • On international prints of Moonfall, the logo is in B&W static and alternates between the opening of the movie, which is the Apollo 11's launch in the same affect as the other opening logos.
  • On TV shows that they produced, the silver word "television" appears below the logo replacing "studios".

Technique: CGI. 2D animation for the International variant.

Audio: A three-note clarinet/string/cymbal tune, none or the opening theme of the movie.

Availability: The international variant was first seen on Midway as a variant. The short variant can be found on Locked Down. This logo is set to appear on future films from the company.

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