Really Useful Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Really Useful Films is a film division of Andrew Lloyd Webber's international company, founded in 1993.

Logo (1998- )

Visuals: There is a red piano on a black background (everything in CGI), and then, the camera zooms away to reveal that it looks like the Really Useful Group logo and then a movie projector appears behind the piano. The logo consists of two knives, a tool, a trumpet, the movie projector, a saw, a fork and the red piano with a string on it. The words "Really Useful Films Presents" fade in.

Variant: A version exists without the "Presents" byline.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Whooshing sounds ending with a twinkling sound. Other times, it is silent.

Availability: Seen on the direct-to-video versions of Cats and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Might also be on Jesus Christ Superstar.

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