Protozoa Pictures

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This is Darren Aronofsky's production company founded in 1997, It is mainly a handle for Aronofsky's filmography, but has financed other projects alongside his own. The company had a three-year first look deal with Regency Enterprises to develop film and television projects, Prior to the agreement, the company had a first look deal with Dimension Films.

1st Logo (December 2, 2016-)

Visuals: In a blurry white setting under a microscope, there is a zoomed in cell which suddenly turns into a letter "O", the scene then cuts to a letter "R" with an elongated tail and a letter "P" splitting from it, which then rapidly cuts to the letters "O" "Z" "O" and "T", which then cuts to the finished product: which is the word "Protozoa" in grey with the "A" splitting off from the third "O" before the screen abruptly cuts to black. This all happens at a very fast pace.

Variant: Starting with The Whale, the logo is much cleaner looking.

Technique: CGI

Audio: a droning synth note along with clicking sounds for the microscope.

Availability: First seen on Jackie and can be subsequently seen on films such as Mother!, The Whale, and The Good Nurse.

2nd Logo (March 26, 2018-)

Visuals: Over a black background, there is the word "PROTOZOA" with the third "O" placed as the sun with black dots on it and lines as rays, This serves as a print logo for posters and trailers.

Technique: A still digital graphic.

Audio: The opening theme of the trailer.

Availability: Seen on the National Geographic series One Strange Rock and also appears on the trailer for the 25th anniversary rerelease of Pi as well as Postcard From Earth.
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