From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Cinerenta was an German motion picture financing company that produced movies such as Just Friends and The Devils Rejects. The company became dormant in the early 2010s when was possibly forced into bankruptcy by a group of creditors by the Aramid Entertainment Film Investment Fund (now Orange Holdings LLC).

Logo (September 6, 1999-March 23, 2007)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a filmreel spinning, then evolving into a black sun with blue outline as puffs of blue light puff out of it, eventually forming the text "Cinerenta". As this happens, it evolves into a "C" with blue triangles. The name then shines right to left, causing a flash taking up the entire screen as the shine gets to the "C".

Variant: On international prints of The Contender, a still version of the logo with "Gesellschaft für Internationale Filmproduktion mbH" below it was used instead, plastering the DreamWorks logo. The "C" is also light blue.

Technique: 2D computer animation.

Audio: A classical piece of music with a warp sound at the end. The Contender variant used the music from the DreamWorks logo.

Availability: Seen on films from the time such as The Devils Rejects and The Contender.

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