Closing Logo Group

Founded around the late 2000s on the slums of Wakaliga by Issac Nabwana, this company is known for bringing low-budget exploitative action movies to the Ugandan film market.

1st Logo



Ramon Film Productions (2010)

Nicknames: "RFP I", others TBA

Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: Everything.

Cheesy Factor: The animation is very great at first for something made in Africa, until the result is shown. Aside from the 1st half, the logo looks like it was compiled up using a cheap video editor or PowerPoint, thus making it feel extremely cheap in comparison with the beginning.

Music/Sounds: Forming sounds are heard while the male VJ of the film says "Yes yes, OK. This is VJ Emmie, live in the studios from Wakaliwood, Uganda. Get ready. Ramon Film Productions. Yah, yah, yah, OK. Tighten your seatbelts."

Availability: Seen on Who Killed Captain Alex.

Scare Factor: None, although some might find the transition to the formed logo and announcer annoying.

2nd Logo



Ramon Film Productions (201?)-0

Nicknames: "RFP II", "Excited African VJs Over Low-Budget Logo"

Logo: We see the "RFP" from the 1st logo along with the company's phone number above. The company name then appears below in blue. The letters then zoom one by one quickly for a few seconds, then again (you can also see the phone number zoom once). The phone number and company name wipes out, as the rest of the trailer starts to play.

FX/SFX: The zooming.

Cheesy Factor: This logo actually looks more like a PowerPoint project or a low-budget video editor intro more than an actual well-animated logo, but this is expected from Africa due to them being not much of a rich nation.

Music/Sounds: Actually part of the trailer, it consists of two African VJs saying stuff along with the company's name.

Availability: Seen on the trailers of Who Killed Captain Alex and the sequel of Tebaatusasula, Tebaatusasula II (both films were lost during process, thus making both of them really hard to find).

Scare Factor: None. The logo's even cheesier than the previous.