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Angelwood Pictures to drop new logo, and website design on Dec. 27

After nearly 15 years of producing incredible work, Angelwood Pictures is marking its continued progress and transformation with a comprehensive rebranding that includes a revamped logo and a new tagline.

After serving as a consultant and working on productions such as “Luna, The Witch,” alongside founder/creative director Seth Chitwood – Mark Anthony Hardy has been promoted to Executive Producer of Angelwood Pictures.

In conjunction with the Angelwood catalog recently purchased by Tubi to stream exclusively in 2024, Hardy proposed the idea of rebranding Angelwood Pictures for its bright future ahead.

“Hesitant to the idea, Seth had his reservations as the existing creative and branding was his “child” of creativity when establishing the company in 2009,” Hardy said.

“Having to convince him to see the value in a rebrand, I broke down the reasons to rebrand which included but certainly not limited to; where the company is now in comparison to what it was before, where he’d like to take the company and future projects, and properly telling the Angelwood Pictures story.”

With this, Hardy was able to pursue Chitwood in starting the rebranding process. After several interviews, questionnaires, and rounds of creative review, Hardy developed a tagline that embodies the heritage of Angelwood Pictures’ past and the vision for the future – “Untold Journeys Through Film.”

As Angelwood Pictures moves forward with its planned productions for the next few years, it will not forget the journey it’s taken to get here with titles such as “Lungs: The Series,” “Family Problems,” “World’s Worst Director,” “The Girl in the Attic” and “Eyes.” 

“It has established a legacy and heritage that will continue for on with new ideas, projects, and stories,” Hardy said. 

After several months of hard work, Angelwood Pictures is now in partnership with Hardy’s company Tulip & Stone Media and is ready to announce publicly a new era of Angelwood Pictures. 

“And I think Seth and I are on our way to a great creative partnership,” Hardy added.

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