Euro International Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Euro International Films is a film studio and an Italian film distribution company founded in Rome, which was active from 1936 to 1995. In the sixties it was led by the producer brothers Bino and Marina Cicogna and later in the seventies by Gianni Minervini and Antonio Avati.

Logo (January 1, 1959-October 22, 1976)

Visuals: Against a blue night sky background is multiple golden structures with a long gray border surrounding a slowly rotating globe with shining light at the bottom. Then, we then see 2 striped beams slowly travel towards the camera. The first beam stops as the second beam is coming close and stops when it finally reaches the globe. We then see another striped beam travel towards the camera, and like the other beams, stops above the globe as well. As it did that, the company's name: "EURO INTERNATIONAL FILMS" all stacked on top of each other slowly wipes in upwards. After that, the word: "Presenta" in cursive is being written out at the bottom. The logo then fades to black.

Variants: Multiple variants have different tints.

Technique: A mix between model work and cel animation.

Audio: A gloomy theme with a Theremin.

Availability: It was seen on their films during the time, such as La giornata balorda, Il Girasoli, Death Rage, and more.

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