Fil à Film

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st (known) Logo (1980s-1993)

Visuals: Following the copyright screen (which also shows the company's address and phone number), a huge explosion occurs. This transitions to a space background with stars shooting forth and a stone camera shooting toward the camera. The screen then cuts to the camera zooming out and turning gold as a red "comet" circles around it. Then, a red line springs out of the camera and transforms into the words "fil à film" in script. The text shines, and the camera sparkles.

Technique: CGI animation.

Audio: It starts with a warning siren after the explosion, then a Star Wars-esque string sounder, and a descending bell sound when the comet appears, followed by another brief explosion sound, ending with a short fanfare near the end.

Availability: Seen on French SECAM VHS's from the period. [Examples?]

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