Dai Wa Film Company

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

Dai Wa Film Company (棣華影業公司) was a short-lived Hong Kong movie production company founded by producers Ho Lok-chuen and So Siu-tong. The company produced only two movies.

Logo (April 5, 1961-August 14,1963)


Visuals: Over a black background, the logo starts with some leaves with flowers blooming upon them. The camera zooms out to the leaves and flowers, following a clover-like platform zooming in. The center has a circle on it (possibly pollen) and the flowers morph to slowly form two Chinese characters, which translates to "Dai Wa". Some circles appear from right to left to form the name of the company, which translates to "Dai Wa Film Company".

Technique: A combination of 2D animation and live action.

Audio: A soap opera-like orchestral fanfare which fits for the logo, following a bombastic ending.

Availability: Only seen on Mrs. Kum.

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