Blue-Tongue Films

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Blue-Tongue Films is an Australian film company founded in 1996, though they didn't use a logo until 2008. They're not to be confused with Blue Tongue Entertainment, though oddly both companies are based in Australia.

1st Logo (July 31, 2008- )

Blue-Tongue Films (2008).jpg

Logo: On a black background there's a rectangle on the middle of the screen with a clip of what appears to be a first person view of a old car's tire's rim. There is a 1970's style car (which appears to be a Chevrolet Malibu) behind the car. The cars seems to be going fast. The car goes left and it causes the car to flip, eventually stopping the tire. We get more close up to the tire's tread and the words "Blue Tongue Films" in a rectangle are printed on it. The whole clip has an stocking effect.

Technique: Live-action.

Music/Sounds: The two cars' engine revving. And when the car turns, the car tires' screech and followed by a sound that sounds similar when you drop a camera. A brief siren-like sound can be heard while the car is flipping. On Gringo, the opening theme of the film is heard.

Availability: Found on the 2008 film The Square and other films from the company.

2nd Logo (September 25, 2018- )

Blue-Tongue Films (2018).jpg

TBA. Seen on Mr. Inbetween.

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