Red Granite Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Red Granite Pictures is an American film finance and distribution company, co-founded by Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland in 2010. It was dissolved in 2018 after being implicated in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad corruption scandal.

Logo (March 9, 2012-2018)

Visuals: A black background, there is a circle being painted with red paint, which also spins following it, while there's also the CG text "RED GRANITE" (also in red) with smaller "PICTURES" below it, placed above the spinning circle paint. After the painting ends, the screen zooms-out from the logo, while it placed its position itself.


  • On international prints of She's Funny That Way, the word "PICTURES" is replaced with "INTERNATIONAL".
  • An early version exists on Friends with Kids.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A majestic tune similar to the 1993 Columbia Pictures fanfare. The original version was only heard on The Wolf of Wall Street.

Audio variant: Later, it was re-arranged with different notes and sounds more "powerful". This version was composed by Musikvergnuegen.

Availability: First seen on The Wolf of Wall Street. Can also be seen on other films by Red Granite like Horns, Daddy's Home, Out of the Furnace, and Dumb and Dumber To.
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