From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Cineglobe was an offshoot of C/FP Distribution based in Etobicoke, Ontario. The company mainly released VHS tapes from Vidmark Entertainment, Imperial Entertainment, New Concorde, Just for Kids Video, Republic Pictures, Academy Entertainment, Triboro Entertainment Group, and others.

1st Logo (1980s-1991)

Visuals: On a space background is a blue sphere coast to the center of the screen. A line forms and wraps around the sphere which emits a dust trail spark when it reaches the end. The dust trail flies around the screen and forms the text "cineglobe" in an orange impact font which situates itself beneath the sphere.

Technique: Computer animation.

Audio: A space tune.

Availability: Probably seen on Canadian VHS copies of Meatballs 3 and has been spotted on Syngenor, Dancing in the Forest, Red Blooded American Girl, Angel Town and Devil Rider. It unexpectedly appeared at the end of Beautiful Dreamers on Criterion-on-Demand in Canada.

2nd Logo (1991-1993)

Visuals: On a star field we see multiple metal fragments fly in from the top right corner of the screen which stop to form an abstract "C". It zooms back to the bottom left corner and the blue text "cineglobe" flashes in next to it.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A synth chord with some synthesized flute notes and a heavy synth twinkle.

Availability: Seen on releases from C/FP Video, although some releases, such as Dirty Games and Fire, Ice and Dynamite will have just this logo.

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