Transmission Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (2008-)

Visuals: On a black background, a white circle wipes before a light opens up like an eye. The "eye" blinks a bit before looking around a bit. It then finds part of the name "TRANSMISSION" in a strange, dim font, becoming surprised. It then focuses on the part of the name as the logo slowly zooms out. The "eye" then closes and a small light opens up, revealing the name fully while it flickers on in parts. The light then emits several signals, in which they stay on after a few blinks, forming a WI-FI signal. The glow then dies down.

Variant: Some releases of films like The Dead Lands and The Railway Man have a shortened version of the logo; sometimes it's zoomed out to make room for the scope version.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Silence in the beginning, before ending with 3 buzzing noises.

Availability: Seen on the library of films from them; examples are Dean Spanley, The Queen of Ireland, Mr. Turner, The Very Excellent Mr Dundee, among others.

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