Interaccess Film Distribution

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Background: Interaccess Film Distribution, Inc. was founded in August 1986 by Vestron as Producers Distribution Organization, Inc. (the unit was renamed that November). Hiring much of the staff from then-recently defunct Producers Sales Organization, including future studio executive Gary Barber, Interaccess handled foreign sales on behalf of Vestron Pictures and other independent producers).

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Interacess Film Distribution 1987Interaccess Film Distribution (in-credit)

Logo: On a black background, three-dimensional geometric shapes appear taking from of the name "IFD". All three shapes appear with grids etched onto them; the "
I" and "D" are in sillver and the "F" is in light blue. Below the shapes is the word "INTERACCESS", and below that, "FILM DISTRIBUTION", both in serif and in metallic gray. Both the symbols and words appear to be slowly zooming in.

FX/SFX: The logo slowly zooming out.

Music/Sounds: Usually silent, or the opening theme of the film.

Availability: Seen on some foreign prints of The Princess Bride, including a 2001 UK VHS from Cinema Club. It can also be seen on the international trailer of said film.

Editor's Note: None.