Uniart Films Company

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (November 2, 1996)

Visuals: On a white background, a pair of golden hands rises up and form the shape of a "U", which can be faintly seen on the wall in front of them. The pair of hands moves over a bit for another pair of hands to form the shape of an "A", also seen on the wall. The hands bend a bit, causing the letters to distort, before they become solid dark red and and the hands move offscreen, they straighten out, become 3D, and immeadiately lock into place with each other, causing the screen to flash, and reveal them in a white lettered 2D image, with a red trail going off them. The "UA" zooms out and the Mandarain text flies in from the right, and then the English name "UNIARTS FILMS COMPANY" flies in from the left. They both straighten out and rest underneath the logo as it shines.

Technique: Cel animation.

Audio: A rather squeaky and ominous synth tune, with a large bang when the screen flashes.

Availability: Seen only on They Don't Care About Us.

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