Pantelion Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Background

Pantelion Films is a joint venture between Lionsgate and TelevisaUnivision, created in 2010 to distribute films aimed for Latino-American audiences. In 2017, Televisa and Lionsgate founded another joint venture, named Globalgate Entertainment, along with other companies such as Gaumont.

Logo (2011- )


Visuals: The camera moves backwards close to the back side of a carrot-colored rectangle. Cut-out letters begin to fall out of the shape. Then the rectangle pans around and we see it on a white surface revealing the text "PANTELION", with light beaming through the cuts. The byline "TELEVISA + LIONSGATE" in white then appears below in the rectangle.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A synth theme with falling letters' sounds, ending with a short Latino tune when the text appears. This was composed by Chris Walden.

Availability: Seen on Pastorela, From Prada to Nada, Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos, Condorito: The Movie, Go For It!, Casa de Mi Padre, and Girl in Progress, among others, though the DVD releases doesn't feature the logo. A still version is seen on the trailers for most of their films. It has been seen recently on Everybody Loves Somebody.

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