Golden Lions Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This was the production company of Carlos J. Caparas.

1st Logo (1980's-1993)

Visuals: On a black background is the GL logo zooming out, then forming a lion facing on the left then it shines. The text "GOLDEN LION FILMS" zooms out.

Variant: A short version exists.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: The opening theme of the movie or none.

Audio Variants: On one film, a dramatic fanfare is used.

Availability: Appears on Kambal Na Kamao, Humanda Ka Mayor!: Bahala Na ang Diyos, Joaquin Bordado and The Myrna Diones Story (Lord Have Mercy!). This logo doesn't appear on a Regal Home Video 1994 VHS of Vizconde Massacre.

2nd Logo (1988, 1993-1998)

Visuals: On a blue-black gradient background, there is an dark orange scheme of the earth with an dark orange filmstrip ribbon on the upper side of the screen. The continent's scheme is black and its borders are brown. Suddenly, a yellow modeled lion walks and holds the earth but before it roars, And then there is another yellow lion from the right, roars and then holds the earth. The text "GOLDEN LIONS FILMS" on yellow, extends from both sides of the screen. On the bottom, the text "PRODUCTIONS" on red, pops on the bottom. It stands still for a couple of seconds.

Variant: A prototype version where this logo was used as heart filmstrip ribbon (a la Sanrio) and set on black background and the Productions text was flashes was used this was seen on Knock Knock who's there (1988 film).

Technique: Choppy cel animation.

Audio: A bombastic, jumbled up fanfare with the roar of the lions, which is very loud. Some zaps and whooshes accompany the fanfare.

Availability: Seen on many films Golden Lions has presented, such as the ones listed in iMDB.

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