Suevia Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1999-2000s)

Visuals: There are some circles (like the ones you see when a filmreel starts) with strange horizontal words and then another one with the words "SUEVIA FILMS" in the Algerian font. The screen zooms down though a filmstrip showing some clips of a camera working, the filmstrip flies away revealing the words "SUEVIA FILMS" in the same font as seen in the circle at the beginning in a background with a rippling version of the film countdown. We can see pictures of Suevia Films logos on the filmstrips. The filmstrips pass though us and we go inside one of the filmstrips' screens showing a distorted dark blue/purple background with various words of the company name and black filmstrips fly though the screen while the words "SUEVIA FILMS" white in the same font forming by the letters rotating then when the words are near completion the background becomes a camera inside with shadows of the words "SUEVIA FILMS" everywhere and at the end the background fades into black.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: An abridged version of "Great Achievements" by Nick Glennie-Smith and the London Symphony Orchestra.[1] Some swooshes when the filmstrips fly though the screen.

Availability: Spotted on a DVD of Carl Sagan's Cosmos, among others.