The Film Company

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (2012-)

Visuals: There is a man painting a mural on a white wall (the "l" in the company's name). The camera then fades to a side shot of the man painting the same letter, only this time revealing that he is attached to a typewriter, and he is painting on a sheet of paper. The man is pulled back, as he yelps, and is placed back down to paint the "m". This repeats, this time at the rate you would expect from a person typing at a typewriter. When the company's name has been printed out (reading "the Film Company"; note the lowercase "t"), the page is pulled to the centre of the screen, and the typewriter fades away. There is a red seal above the name, reading "tFC". Everything fades out afterwards.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A man humming as he paints the "l", followed by him yelping, as well as sounds of the typewriter. when the page is pulled to the centre, a typewriter bell chime is heard.

Availability: It was first seen on Goddess, and is seen on other films from the company.

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