Future Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

1st Logo (October 15, 2001-February 10, 2009)

Visuals: On a black background, there's a black-and-white picture of an eye with a blue iris containing a rectangular pupil inside. Below, there's a lavender box with "future film group" in a blue futuristic font.


  • On the direct-to-video film Alien Tracker, there's an animated version where the logo zooms out while the text shines with white rays.
  • On some movies, the logo is in-credit with the name as "Future Films Limited" on the top.
  • On Summer Rain, the picture is cropped vertically and the text is shown within a white, rectangular box.
    • Transsiberian uses a similar variant but with the text and eye iris violet.
  • On The Kovak Box, a different eye picture is shown, consisting of said body part looking upward and with its iris colored violet. The company name is not displayed.
  • A "Future Post" version consists of a print version of the above variant within a thin outline of a box. Said text in the same font as the normal logo's is shown below.

Technique: A still, computerized graphic.

Audio: The opening/closing theme of the film.

Availability: This logo was mostly seen at the end of Spanish movies, from on Romasanta: The Werewolf Hunt and up until Transsiberian. Meanwhile, British films usually do not have this logo. On-demand prints of some films from this period such as the latter film has this logo intact. However, this logo was first seen on the Canadian TV series Tracker. Also seen on the American movie College Hill.

2nd Logo (April 10, 2009-April 25, 2014)

Visuals: On a black background, a different eye picture in the same style as before but with the eye straight and the iris in purple. Underneath the picture is the company name in white, fully capitalized, and within a gray box. Both objects are slowly zooming in.


  • An early variant consists of the picture and text inside a white box.
  • On Malice in Wonderland, the logo shares the screen with the 2B Pictures logo.

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: The opening/closing theme of the film.

Availability: Can be seen on Fifty Dead Men Walking, Malice in Wonderland, Last Passenger (its final appearance), and Cracks. Like before, home media and on-demand releases keep this logo intact.

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