Accent Film Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Accent Film Entertainment is an Australian distributor that focuses on the distribution of independent and foreign films.

Logo (2000s-)

Visuals: On a black BG, there is some blurry images of a lowercase A with an accute accent (´) on top. This is followed by several blurry images of a lopsided lowercase C, then several blurry shots of a lowercase E, an N, and more indistinguishable symbols. This ends with the word "á c c e n t" to flash in below, followed by "FILM ENTERTAINMENT" below that. All of it is in white, except for the diacritical mark, which is light blue.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on Aussie DVD releases of independent and foreign films. An example is the Australian release of Krabat.

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