有关Gaumont.

看了那么多的法国电影,片头总会看到清晰的不清晰的红色Gaumont开头。Wiki里的摘抄内容是这样介绍的:

The Gaumont Film Company, often shorted to Gaumont, is a French mini-major film studio founded by the engineer-turned-inventor Léon Gaumont (1864–1946), in 1895. It is the first and oldest film company in the world, founded before other studios such as Pathé (founded in 1896), Titanus (1904), Nordisk Film (1906), Universal and Paramount Pictures (both founded in 1912).[The company headquarters are in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France.

Gaumont predominantly produces, co-produces, and distributes films, and in 2011, 95% of Gaumont’s consolidated revenues came from the film division.The company is increasingly becoming a TV series producer with its new American subsidiary Gaumont International Television as well as its existing French production features.

Gaumont is run by Nicolas Seydoux (President), Sidonie Dumas (General Director) and Christophe Riandee (Deputy General Director).

高蒙公司是法国电影史上最重要的制片公司和发行公司,也是当今法国重要的制片公司和发行公司。

而在Gaumont的英文网站上的About部分,高蒙简简单单这样介绍自己:

Formed in 1895, Gaumont is the first and oldest film company in the world, with offices in Paris and Los Angeles. In the past few years, our release schedule has continued to increase across film and television production, in both the French and English languages.

最让人印象深刻的,是高蒙公司的Logo…

Léon Gaumont selected the ox-eye daisy as the company logo to pay homage to his mother, whose first name was Marguerite (Daisy). Through the decades the logo has been redesigned several times, but the daisy has always remained present, even though its significance has been largely forgotten.

雏菊,就能引发共鸣。因为不知道从什么时候起,或许是2010年搬入这个新家开始,Kiya买花的时候会带上雏菊,绿色的雏菊尤其让人着迷。而我自己买花的时候,也总是会带上绿色雏菊;抑或是,路上路过绿色雏菊,也会驻足多看上几眼。

高蒙的Logo经历过几次演变:

Gaumont_British_logologologo-cinema-existe

 

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