WarnerVision Films

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


In 1995, when its parent label A*Vision Entertainment became WarnerVision Entertainment, the film unit followed suit, changing its company name to WarnerVision Films. The company stopped making films in 1996.

Logo (1995-1996)

Visuals: Over a black background is the WarnerVision "\\'" logo that is surrounded by lines, making it look like a camera photo. The last two ellipses of the WarnerVision logo is in black with a white outline, while the first ellipse was filled in. Below it was the words "WARNERVISION FILMS" in a Futura Condensed font.

Technique: A still computer graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on The Granny, Gumby: The Movie, Indecent Behavior III, Someone to Die For, Kleptomania and The Donor, among others.

Atlantic Group Films
WarnerVision Films
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