Belga Films (Belgium)

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Credits
Logo descriptions by
thezoraidude and EnormousRat


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Background

Belga Films is a Belgian film distribution company, founded in 1937 by Elyse Tobback. It distributes most of the catalogues of Lionsgate and EuropaCorp, as well as other movies, in Belgium and Luxembourg. They also have a video distribution branch, Belga Home Video. The company was purchased in 2010 by AFAS Belgium.

1st (known) Logo (2010-)

Nicknames: "Mr. Belga"

Logo: On a space background, we see an outline of a dark blue planet, with an old video camera standing on its top. The man comes near to the camera and starts it. Then light and colored swirl come out and we pan to the space where they create a filmcell disc and the words "BELGA FILMS" floating, with a stripe separating "BELGA" and "FILMS". On the filmcell disc, a man silhouette raises his arm and points towards the right of the screen.

Variant: There is a shortened version, starting from the filmcell already formed.

FX/SFX: The CGI used in this logo.

Music/Sounds: A calm, 3-note piano tune, with a cinema projector sound playing under it.

Availability: Seen on theatrical releases by the company.

Editor's Note: None. This logo is very calm.

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