Active Entertainment

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Credits
Descriptions by
Juniorfan88 and Christopher Heers

Captures by
Juniorfan88, Henrynguye5, and Christopher Heers

Editions by
Henrynguye5

Background

This company is known for making TV movies particularly on the Syfy Network. This company has existed since 1993.

1st Logo (1995-2004)

Active Entertainment (1996).jpg

Logo: On a black background, a light-blue spinning grid globe is rotating to the right. In front of the globe is a shiny purple banner that extends to behind the right of the globe, and behind the bottom of the globe is a light-purple line. Below are the purple textured words "ACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT".

Variants:

  • On Sky Dancers and Dragon Flyz, the logo fades in and fades out.
  • On Jellybean Jungle, the logo has the purple swoop rotate and fade into place, while the line flies into place as well. A metallic scratching noise also plays along with the music here.

Technique: The globe rotating.

Music/Sounds: A high synth theme or none.

Music/Sounds Variant: On some episodes of the shows they produced at the time, the logo is silent.

Availability:

  • Seen on Sky Dancers, Dragon Flyz, and Happy Ness: Secret of the Loch.
  • It precedes the Film Roman logo on some international prints of Bruno the Kid; some episodes on Tubi feature this combo.

2nd Logo (2004-2012?)

Active Entertainment (2004) (From - Old CLG Wiki).png

Logo: We see a dark background. Within the dark background, we see a white light having a wiping horizontal transition effect going left from right showing the company's name "ACTIVE" in a font similar to the Orion Pictures logo that have been used for years and is colored in silver. After the company's main logo is shown, we see the word "ENTERTAINMENT" italicized just below the word "ACTIVE" just show up with white text.

Technique: Just the white light transitioning the letters and word for the word "Active" and Entertainment showing up.

Music/Sounds: The beginning of the film.

Availability: Should be seen on TV films they produced at the time particularly the Syfy movies they help create. Should be on collaboration and public domain DVDs, too.

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