Aetios Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Aetios Productions is a television company founded in 1999 by Fabienne Larouche and Michel Trudeau in Montreal.

1st Logo (February 3, 2000-April 1, 2004)

Visuals: The text "Aetios production présente" fades in and out with a wave effect throughout.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: The opening theme of the show.

Availability: Only seen on Fortier.

2nd Logo (September 11, 2012-)

Visuals: On a background consisting of pages turning rapidly, there is black text reading "AETIOS" in a cursive font. The "A"'s crossbar is elongated and slightly curvy. Shortly after, the text began gaining colors with it now reading "AETIOS" with the crossbar still in black.


  • An in-credit variant exists where the logo has the "A"'s crossbar in white and is above a thin white bar with "productions inc." in a cursive font underneath.
  • A shortened variant has the logo already colored and fades out halfway.

Technique: Live action footage mixed with computer animation.

Audio: The closing theme of the show.

Availability: Seen on various shows such as 9 Unité and Le Bonheur.

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