Filmayer Video

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Credits
Descriptions by
MylesMoss1996 and RSX-798

Video captures courtesy of
Damien L

Background

Filmayer is a film distributor and home video company that was founded in the 1960s. Originally started as a cinema distributor, it expanded to home video releases under the FIlmayer Video label and became a staple in the Spanish rental industry.

Filmayer

(Late 1960s-Mid 1980s)

Logo: On a orange background, we see a white lowercase letter "f" drawing in, and then the color turns blue, and then a line draws on the letter. On the bottom right, the word "FILMAYER" wipes in, followed by the text "presenta" in a script font.

Technique: The wiping.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on theatrical releases and early Filmayer Video releases.


Filmayer Video

1st Logo (Mid-Late 1980s)

Logo: On a white background, we see the same Filmayer logo in chrome, with a black shiny outline. On the bottom right is the text:

FILMAYER
V I D E O

also in metallic chrome.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on Filmayer Video releases from the era.


2nd Logo (Late 1980s-Early 1990s)

Logo: On a space background, we see a blue metallic filmstrip. The sprocket holes disappear and the shape positions itself. A blue, small, thin line quickly passes through the shape, making a metallic line appear, forming a lowercase letter "f". The word "FILMAYER" appears letter by letter. Now the word "VIDEO" zooms in towards the screen, and settles beneath the word "FILMAYER".

Technique: The shape, the word appearing, and the word zooming.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Seen on Who are Pixie and Dixie? before the Turner and Hanna-Barbera logos.

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