Image Organization

From Audiovisual Identity Database


Founded in 1987 by Pierre David, alongside Malofilm, Nelvana, and New Star Video (the latter two of which sold their shares in the company two years later), Image Organization was a Canadian medium-budget film-making/distribution company. David sold off the company in 1997 to Malofilm Video, which had become Behavior Communications around that time. Most of Image's assets are currently in the hands of Entertainment One (with some exceptions).

(1987/88-December 11, 1998)

Logo: On a black background, we see the silver/purple gradient word "IMAGE" zooming in. Then, while the word completely zooms in, a pink neon line comes in and forms the text "organization" in a script font. Two purple/silver gradient hemispheres with lines in them appears over the A in "IMAGE".

Variant: Sometimes the hemispheres don't appear over the A.

Technique: The zooming, forming, and appearing; all the appearance screams 80s design.

Music/Sounds: A heavy synth tune with a fuse out sound effect. Sometimes, it is silent or has background noise playing over it.

Availability: Seen on Martial Law (1990), Martial Law 2: Undercover, Mission of Justice, Dead Cold, The Nurse, The Fiance, and Open Fire (1994), among others. It was also intact on the British VHS of Scanners III: The Takeover (released in the UK as Scanner Force), though it's skipped on most prints of the film. It's skipped on the Republic Pictures VHS of Scanner Cop, but restored on the Canadian Seville Pictures DVD. It was spotted on the Mexican and British VHS releases of Stranger in the House (1997).

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