The Filipino TV network ABS-CBN engaged in the national film industry of the Philippines mainly thru the Star Cinema imprint. After a change of negotiations in 2018, ABS-CBN Films became the primary label for the company's own produced and distributed films, with Star Cinema and the newly-formed Black Sheep becoming the parent's sub-labels.
1st Logo (2012-2021)
Variant: From 2014 until 2021, the logo is enhanced and ABS-CBN logo font is different.
Technique: The transparent objects floating and shining. Decent CGI.
Availability: Uncommon. Seen in restorations of 2000s (and earlier) ABS-CBN and Star Cinema films distributed digitally starting with the 1982 film Himala and last seen on the 1961 film Sandata at Pangako.
2nd Logo (2018-)
Logo: Over a white spotlight background, the horizontal ABS-CBN logo zooms out into view before a light briefly passes. "FILMS" fades in below and shines.
- During 2018, the word "FILMS" fades in earlier before stop zooms out.
- On The Panti Sisters, the logo appears in the last few seconds, along with the Black Sheep logo.
Technique: The logo zooming out, the shine.
Music/Sounds: None, or the opening theme of the film.
Availability: Current. The silent variant of the logo usually appears before Star Cinema productions.
Legacy: An unremarkably simple logo, considering ABS-CBN has done better in the animation department.