Visa Films S.A.

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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A rather obscure theatrical and home video distribution company based in Madrid, it was probably founded by 1984 and lasted until 1992. It seems their catalog was formed mostly by European films.


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Logo: In a black background, blue letters with a white outline slowly start falling down to form the characters "ISA FILMS S.A." as the camera pans up. Under the letters, on the background, their reflection is seen. Finally, a huge "V" appears to form the finished logo.

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A smooth jazzy sax theme with keyboards in a similar fashion to Grover Washington Jr.'s "Winelight".

Availability: Ultra rare. Can be seen on their releases, such as El Triángulo de Acero.

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