VTKM Pictures (Eutomnia)

Background: VTKM Pictures was marked as the first "mobile movie" maker in the fake, rich southern African island country of Eutomnia. Founded in 2004, it began developing downloadable mobile movies to the wireless telecommunication companies inside the country, and MP4's. The company got bankrupt in March 2006 due to being a very limited company, and the economical crisis of the country at the time.


1st Logo
(April 2004-July 2005)

Logo: On a white background we see the "VTKMPictures" logo fade in and out.

FX/SFX: If you want to count the fades.

Music/Sounds: A windy sound.

Availability: It was found at the end of the mobile movies they were making at the time. None of them are still in telecommunications services, but currently are in obscure Eutomnian sites.

Scare Factor: Minimal.


2nd Logo
(July 2005-February 2006)

Logo: On a white/purple waving background, the letters of the logo zoom in one-by-one on the screen (except "es" on "Pictures", due to the animation's limitations of the synchronization of the music), then we cut to the full logo on the same background.

Later Variant: Since December of 2005, the only letters which zoom in are the "VTKM" logo letters, and 2D people dancing on colored backgrounds are taking place instead of the other cuts.

FX/SFX: The background, the letters zooming in. The 2D people dancing on the later variant.

Music/Sounds: A generic rock tune with a Motown beat.

Availability: Still, found on the mobile movies they were making at the time. Most of the movies they've produced had this logo however, so it was a more easier find. Can be currently found only on Eutomnian mobile movie archive sites.

Scare Factor: None.


3rd Logo
(February-March 2006)

Logo: On a black room, the letters of the logo zoom back to place themselves on the blue spotlight, which also reveals a blue floor. The finished logo shines.

FX/SFX: 3D animation.

Music/Sounds: A quick majestic fanfare with glisses at the 1st half.

Availability: Ultra rare, only seen on their last movies before bankruptcy.

Scare Factor: Minimal to low.

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