Gaumont-Franco Film-Aubert

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

Gaumont-Franco Film-Aubert was formed from a merger of Gaumont, Franco Film, and Etablissements Louis Aubert. Known as GFFA, it went into liquidation in 1935 and was taken over in 1938. By that time, the company was renamed "Société Nouvelle des Etablissement Gaumont" (SNEG).

Logo (1930-1938)

Visuals: There is the same outlned daisy, but with the words "GFFA" inside it, squished inside the daisy.

Technique: None. [possible misuse]

Audio: None.

Availability: It was seen on films during this time period such as Jean Vigo's classic L'Atalante (1934), retained on the 2011 Criterion Blu-ray release.

Gaumont (1908-1930)
Franco Film
Etablissements Louis Aubert
Gaumont-Franco Film-Aubert
Gaumont
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