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edmund1,223 posts since 21 Sep 2009
I can’t quite tell (when viewing on my phone) if the sleigh is being pulled by the logos or not. Gorgeous soundtrack too. BBC One take note.


Now that you mention it, the sleigh is made up of two Sky One logos and pulled by three logos, very creative. It would be nice if come 2019 some regular idents are launched in this format. A similar theme to the Sky Onc 2005 branding with decent soundtracks would work well for the channel.
PFMC841,436 posts since 28 Feb 2013
UTV Newsline
If the BBC copied this presentation package and had everything in red with BBC ONE logos slapped on every available surface would people be giving it such praise? I think not.
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Spencer For Hire and marshmallow gave kudos
VMPhil9,274 posts since 31 Mar 2005
Granada North West Today
If the BBC copied this presentation package and had everything in red with BBC ONE logos slapped on every available surface would people be giving it such praise? I think not.

Well, no, because BBC One’s current idents aren’t based around the concept of the logo being an everyday object, but Sky One’s are. The general themes of the ident are what people would like to see.
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Stuart gave kudos
tomo359969 posts since 18 Oct 2009
Border (England)
Echoing what everyone else is saying, I love this christmas ident from Sky, when I first viewed it I thought it was just going to be the logos forming a snowflake and that was it, but then as it moves away to reveal a full scene it just wows you.
FraserGJ63 posts since 18 Mar 2005
HTV Wales Wales Today
Not sure if this is the right thread but it is the closest one.

Sky Cinema is marking Groundhog Day in the US by showing Groundhog Day over and over again on Sky Cinema Comedy - same as previous years.

They seem to have extended it this year by also showing Happy Death Day over and over on Sky Cinema Sci-Fi & Horror (this film also has a time loop plot device) - I don't recall this being on last year (but the film is from 2017 and I don't think was available on Sky Cinema before this year).
FraserGJ63 posts since 18 Mar 2005
HTV Wales Wales Today
Happy Death Day first appeared on Sky Cinema last July according to an archive Virgin Media post.


I looked it up on wikipedia earlier and saw that the film was released in late 2017 so last July would be about right for its release on Sky Cinema.

It's a nice touch to do the same for this film too, especially as it is less well known. No official mention of it though (unlike the showings of Groundhog Day which got a tweet from the Sky Cinema account):