Closing Logo Group


MAQ productions

Logo: On a blue/violet sky with a sand surface, a sphere comes out with it's shadow illuminating the surface, and moves to the center. A flash appears and disappears from behind. The sphere slices into 3 pieces, which then turn into spheres. All these spheres start forming the word "MAQ" in an elegant font, and when it's formed, it shines. "PRODUCTIONS INC.", in yellow, slides in below the logo.


  • On Ligaw na bala: Lt. Alexander Lademor, the blue/green-yellow sky tint is used. 
  • At the end of Happily Ever After, a still image of the MAQ Productions logo scrolls up the credits.
  • A filmed version exists.

FX/SFX: 90's CGI.


  • It starts with a creepy-sounding bell tune, accompained by some strings. A rising sound plays after the bell, and the strings turn into a synth fanfare. A ping is also heard. This music was also used on 1993-1998 Regal Films "Crown in Space" logo.
  • Some dark sounds.
  • In other films, the logo's silent or opening theme of the movie.

Music/Sound Variant:

  • On Batang Z, its starts with warbling sound followed by thud sound where the ball stop then a computer sounds meaning where the logo formed and Productions Inc. slides in has been added on the original music was heard.
  • On Moises Arcanghel, it uses the sci-fi laser sound when the MAQ logo formed followed by computer sound when it shines and Productions Inc. whoosh appended to the original theme.
  • On Araw Araw,Gabi Gabi, a dramatic fanfare with different zaps was heard.
  • On Wating (The company's first film), a majestic synth fanfare which is almost sounded like Sam Po Film Co. Ltd. with computer sounds was heard
  • For some other films a six-note horn fanfare (later used to 2002 Idaho Public Television logo).
  • On Abuso: Case #6433, A bright synth note followed by a synth drone which also used on Buffalo Bill Films International logo was heard.

Availability: Common, Can be found on most Filipino films during the mid 1990's to the 2000's. Examples include Nassan Ang PusoSa Kabilugan Ng Buwan and Spirit Warriors.

Editor's Note: Nothing impressive, but the animation is still good for a Filipino logo of the time.