LatinAmerica Films & Video

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1980's)

Visuals: On a starry background, there is a model of Earth showing the Americas, with the sea being based off two-dimensional wireframes and the lands represented by a shiny yellow color. It zooms out and rotates to the left. A red circular border with the white text "LATINAMERICA FILMS & VIDEO" and a star appears zooming out and spinning, while the globe moves to the top-right border of the circle. A black filmstrip "L" also zooms out. The circle border stops spinning and fills inside with a yellow color to lighten up the L and make the finished logo.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A held violin note, with a synth warble as the globe spins. A 7-note bell ascending in key when the L appears.

Availability: It has been known that this US distributor has mostly made VHS tapes of Latin American movies, especially those made in Argentina, to distribute in the South American market. [Examples?]

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