Fox International Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Fox International Productions was an international subsidiary of 20th Century Fox (now 20th Century Studios), created on May 12, 2008, to handle local language films around the world. They didn't use a logo until May 24, 2010. The company ceased operations in December 2017.

Logo (May 24, 2010-September 7, 2017)

Visuals: Same as the 2009-2020 20th Century Fox logo, but it instead reads "FOX INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS". "FOX" is larger and replaces the "20th", the word "INTERNATIONAL" is narrow, and "PRODUCTIONS" is in a smaller font, ala Fox Searchlight Pictures.


  • May 24, 2010-December 20, 2013: "A NEWS CORPORATION COMPANY"
  • April 19, 2014-September 7, 2017: Bylineless


  • Sometimes, the registered trademark sign is added to the logo.
  • The logo became bylineless in 2014 due to the News Corporation split, starting with El Niño.
  • On Dao Jian Xiao and Everybody Has a Plan (2012), the logo is a bit darker.

Technique: CGI animation by the now-defunct Blue Sky Studios. As with the final 20th Century Fox logo, this was made using Autodesk Maya.

Audio: The 1997 Fox fanfare arrangement composed by David Newman.

Audio Variant: On one Filipino production, it is silent.

Availability: Usually appears on non-US produced films from 20th Century Fox.

  • It made its debut on Hwanghae (The Yellow Sea), and seen on their output such as Miss Bala, Everybody Has a Plan (2012), Dao Jian Xiao (The Butcher, the Chef and the Swordsman), Worms, El Niño, The Adventurers, Another Me, Slow Video, Viceroy's Home, and Lino: An Adventure of Nine Lives.
  • The standard Fox logo is seen on international trailers instead of this logo.
  • This does appear on trailers of We Are Family (2012), however, the film itself has the 1994 20th Century Fox logo.
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