Odyssey Entertainment

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Not to be confused with Odyssey Video and Odyssey Distributors Ltd.


Odyssey Entertainment was a London-based film sales and financing company, which started in late 2001 by Louise Goodsill and Ralph Kamp, and ceased trading due to financial struggle on August 2009 and it was officially renamed as Timeless Films.

Logo (December 6, 2002-2008)

Visuals: There is a large black sphere which rises up, and light appears behind it, and the figure moves left to become a moon. There is sea water below. Another light spot comes from the right, revealing the name, and poses as a second moon turned opposite direction inside of the first moon.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A soft sound of the wind, followed by a wolf howling.

Availability: Can be found on The Phantom of the Opera, Happily N'Ever After and international prints of Space Chimps. Despite their involvement, this doesn't appear on Valiant, as it has an in-credit notice in-place of the actual logo.

Odyssey Entertainment
Timeless Films
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