Delphi Filmverleih

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


1st Logo (November 14, 1991-2000?)

Visuals: On a black background, the white "DELPHI" in a Bernard MT Condensed Font, with the upper sides of the letters being crooked near us, wipes in and zooms in. The red text "F i l m v e r l e i h" then fades in under "DELPHI", with the text "z e i g t" in the same font and style under it, being lower than the other one.

Technique: The word Delphi wiping and zooming in. [possible misuse]

Audio: The opening theme of the movie, sometimes silent.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

2nd Logo (2003-2009)


Visuals: Against a black background, a light beam appears. Then, the screen zooms out while it's getting brighter as we see several pillars at the left/right side of the screen. As the camera continues to zoom-out, along with the brightness that increases, it reveals more pillars in the front side of it, with a wide triangle above it, and we realize that we are zooming-out from a roman structure (a la the Academy Home Entertainment logo) on a background with silhouette mountains. As the brightness increases, it causes a white flash to shine all over the structure, causing it to transform into the text "DELPHI" in the same style as in the previous logo, but in black, along with the red text "F I L M V E R L E I H" in a normal Helvetica font, below.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A Greek-style pop theme.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

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