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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
We are an independent film company - we have produced MEAN CREEK, NEARING GRACE, KABLUEY and GRETA in the last 5 years (www.whitewaterfilms.com) Our films have played at Sundance, the Hamptons Film Festival, the Los Angeles Film Festival, etc. We continue to be in the business of producing smaller, indie films and bringing people together to create film projects and we want our logo to brand us as such.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
We need a logo that is iconic and distinctive. It may be used on our website - it will definitely be used on our stationery, our business cards, our onscreen logo.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Film studios, television networks, production companies, talent agencies, distribution companies, investors
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
We like our website (www.whitewaterfilms.com) - we like the design, the font and the interaction - but we don't think the lettering, as is, stands alone and translates into an image or logo that is iconic or distinctive enough.
We also liked the old logo for its color and simplicity - but it didn't identify our world of film and television enough.
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