Amblin Partners

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Amblin Partners is the successor to the live-action counterpart of DreamWorks, formed on December 16, 2015 by Steven Spielberg, producer/activist Jeff Skoll (Participant Media), Indian entertainment businessmen Anil Ambani (Reliance Entertainment) and Darren Throop (Entertainment One). That same day, Amblin signed a distribution agreement with Universal Pictures to handle all distribution rights outside the EMEA region which was handled by Mister Smith Entertainment. In 2016, Alibaba Pictures acquired a minority share in the company and began distributing its titles in China. The company also has agreements with Nordisk Film in the Nordics, Reliance in India, eOne in the UK and StudioCanal in Australia among others. On February 15, 2017, Universal acquired a minority stake in Amblin Partners. In 2020, Participant terminated its share in Amblin Partners. The company produces films under the Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks Pictures brands.

Logo (July 1, 2016-)

Visuals: Essentially the Amblin Entertainment print logo without E.T. and Elliott in front of the moon. On a white or black background, there is the text "AMBLIN" (in the Optima font) sandwiched between a monochrome version of the two stripe patterns with the words "PARTNERS" in a thin sans-serif font below it.

Variant: At the beginning of Come Play, the logo slowly zooms in as it emerges from the darkness.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Usually seen at the ending of films that they produce, especially DreamWorks Pictures/Reliance-produced films such as The Girl on the Train, A Dog's Purpose, Ghost in the Shell (2017), The Post and Easter Sunday (2022).
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