Acteurs Auteurs Associés

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (May 19, 1982-1984)

Visuals: On a blue background, three italicized A's, indented with stars, fly out one by one from the screen and into view. Then, "Acteurs Auteurs Associés" wipes in below, along with "présente".

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: None.

Availability: It can be seen on original prints of their early films such as Le balance, The Buddies, and Un bon petit diable.

2nd Logo (1984-1992)

Visuals: On a black background, three light blue stars zoom out and center each other onscreen. Meanwhile, a light blue shadow of three italicized A's slides in and centers itself in the same position as the stars, forming a white outline of the last logo. Flashing 3D red parallelograms are now filling in the outline of the logo. Lastly, "Acteurs Auteurs Associés" flies into its respective position at the bottom of the logo.


  • Sometimes, the word "PRESENTE" may appear below the logo in a spaced-out font, instead of the company name.
  • A print version of the logo is occasionally used, consisting of the logo in white.
  • Some films co-produced with Revcom Films pair their logo with said company's. Both are within an outlined white box.

Technique: Scanimation.

Audio: None or the opening theme of the movie.

Availability: Some modern prints including StudioCanal's reprenting of Blanche and Marie has this logo intact. Considering plastering in mind, original theatrical prints, TV airings, and old VHS releases usually have this logo intact. These include Carrere Video's release of Exploits of a Young Don Juan, VHS releases of Le Cowboy and L'homme aux yeux d'argent, a TV5Monde airing of the latter, among many other old sources.

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