1st Logo (2005-2006)
Logo: On a night sky background, we see a reel and clapperboard made to look like a K. Under the K is a white sun. Under those is the name:
SIDNEY KIMMEL ENTERTAINMENT FX/SFX: None.
Variant: On Neverwas, the logo is in a gold color and zooms out.
Availability: Seen on three films--Trust the Man, Griffin & Phoenix and Neverwas.
Scare Factor: None.
2nd Logo (2005-)
Logo: The sun rises through the crown of a tree in a yellow-orange rectangular box, spreading everywhere and making it visible. Below the box, Sidney Kimmel is in hand-written italics and ENTERTAINMENT below in regular font.
FX/SFX: The sunlight revealing the picture.
Music/Sounds: None. Variants:
- An abbreviated variant exists, where the name is collapsed to SKE. This can be seen on the trailer for Charlie Bartlett. The variant with SKE in orange italics appears on the trailer for Talk to Me.
- The closing logo suddenly appears even after the opening animation was changed in 2007.
Availability: Appears on Charlie Bartlett, Death at a Funeral and other titles. It seems to be replaced by the 3rd logo since 2007, but still appears in the closing credits of new films, like One for the Money and Gone.
Scare Factor: None.
3rd Logo (2007-)
Logo: The blue letter K (in the same design as the first logo) flies and zooms to a blue light spot, where it becomes flat. The company name appears below, in the same font as the first logo. The background light shines until the logo ends. FX/SFX: The light and flying letter.
Music/Sounds: The opening theme of the movie.
Variants: As for the previous logo, the still and abbreviation variants exist. They are seen on newer trailers and on the film Unthinkable. Beginning with the Lincoln Lawyer, the K from the first logo is used. Some films such as I, Frankenstein has The collapsed name "SKE" appears with "K" in its typical style and "FILMS" being below the text and a line. This logo appears on the trailer for Gone. The same collasped logo was on a dirty wall.
Availability: Common, seen on The Kite Runner, Married Life and newer movies.
Scare Factor: Minimal.