Seville Pictures

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


In 1999, Behaviour Communications sold its film studio to Industry Entertainment, who renamed it to Seville Pictures. In 2007, E1 Entertainment took over the company and turned it into its French-Canadian unit. In 2008, Séville took over Christian Larouche's Christal Films, which filed for bankruptcy earlier that year. In 2014, an international division was launched, intended to distribute indie films. On October 31, 2022, the company's former president Patrick Roy bought the company's entire catalog from eOne, and Séville was renamed to Immina Films.

1st Logo (2000-2009)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a shadow writing out "SEVILLE" (in an Arial font, in white and spaced). Two orange half-rectangles are seen on the top and bottom with a line in the middle. The words "Les Films" fade in on the left side, and the words "Pictures" fade in on the right.


  • A still version exists.
  • A short version exists.

Technique: 2D digital animation.

Audio: None or the opening theme.

Availability: Seen on any DVD or VHS release from Seville Pictures, as well as theatrical releases. The still variant can be found on the Platinum Disc DVD of Blind Fear.

2nd Logo (2009-2010)

Visuals: On a dark space background with a blue color scheme, there is the planet Earth, which is tinted in blue as it rotates slowly. As the screen zooms in and the planet brightens up, the planet rotates more. After a few seconds, Several beams of light shine behind the planet as it becomes solid, and as the logo gets to a comfortable position, a white rectangle with light blue-green borders zooms out, with the letters "SEVILLE" zooming onto it as it appears. Then, the byline "une filiale de E1 Entertainment" appears below. The rays in the logo continue to move until it fades.


  • A still version exists.
  • A short version exists.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: The 2009 E1 Entertainment fanfare, composed by Jim McGrath. In most other cases, it used the opening theme of the film or was silent.

Availability: It was seen on French-Canadian movie releases, such as Spy(Ies) and The Legacy.

3rd Logo (2010-2015)

Visuals: On a black background, there is a dark sphere surrounded by a light blue light. An "s" then rises up from the sphere as it starts to zoom out and shift to the left, while "eville" slides in from behind the "s" to the right. As it continues zooming out, the sphere disappears, the letters become boxed as it turns light blue, and the byline "une filiale de entertainment one" wipes in to the right below the box.

Variant: A variant exists to salute cinemas in Quebec, showing the Saint's mark and the text reads "Célébrons le cinéma Québécois" (French for "Let's Celebrate Quebec's Cinemas").

Technique: CGI by Parcel Design.


  • 2010-2013: The 2010 Entertainment One fanfare, composed by Jim McGrath (who also composed the previous logo).
  • 2013-2015: The 2004 Alliance Atlantis fanfare, composed by Doug Pennock and performed by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.

Audio Variant: Sometimes, it's the opening theme of the movie or none.

Availability: Unknown. [Examples?]

4th Logo (2015-2022)

Visuals: It starts in a similar fashion to the previous logo. Then the letter zooms out revealing it is an "S". Then the letters of "Séville" (set in the eOne Code Pro font) zoom out and place themselves next to the "S". Then, a blue rounded square turns as it places itself on a black background, encasing the "Séville". It turns to the left revealing "Les Films". The byline appears after the logo forms.


  • Short variants exist for both the English and French versions.
  • There is an international variant reading "Seville International" (without the accented e) and the byline translated to English: "an entertainment One company".
  • Another variant is the same as the previous logo's variant to salute cinemas in Quebec.
  • On the Canadian trailer for Big Giant Wave, the French print logo is used.

Technique: CGI by Steven Preisman.

Audio: The 2004 Alliance Atlantis fanfare from before, except that the drumroll is louder and whooshes are also added with the zoom-outs. Sometimes, it's the opening theme of the movie or none.

Availability: The normal version is seen on King Dave and other Francophone Canadian films, as well as French dubs of titles produced by eOne Films. The international variant can be seen on the European release of Ma ma, among others.

Behaviour Communications
Seville Pictures
Immina Films
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