Propaganda Code

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This was the short-lived interactive division of Propaganda Films.

Logo (May 26, 1995)

Visuals: In a dark, blue-tinted factory with plenty of machines, there is a young boy pulling out poster copies of the Propaganda logo. The camera pans over to him and he looks at it, before the screen fades out to see "PROPAGANDA" in its corporate font, with a bar and "CODE" below it, all in white.

Technique: Live-action and 2D animation.

Audio: An assortment of sounds occurring in the live-action scene, followed by an ascending whoosh and a loud synth note, ending with a robotic voiceover saying "code".

Availability: Only seen on Johnny Mnemonic: The Interactive Action Game. Propaganda themselves did not work on the film the game was based off; presumably, the company's founders were responsible for the FMV sequences in said game.

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