Logo: We see on the top of the background an curtain-like background and over the center/bottom of it, we see an cartoony drawing of an tribal leader riding an "five-million pounds horse". The bottom of the logo says the name of the company in Dzongkha, and then in Arial (with diagonals) it turns back into the English text. We then fade into the movie.
FX/SFX: The fading in and out..
Cheesy Factor: Which seems very choppy, Also, this logo is an obvious product of that time, notice that there's no effort on making the drawing on the tribal leader riding on the horse.
Music/Sounds: None, but in some occasions it could use an traditional fanfare with an numerous amount of percussion instruments and less melodiatives, or even the opening theme of the film.
Availability: Seen on Khang Buizhing Sean Bua, Ey Habugian Sakhima, Manthu Mah Khin, Veeyat Mahabial, Kimaithan Bahei and Gak, Raivaykhe Byangkhoi.
Scare Factor: Low to medium, because of the sudden fading and the near-to-darkness in this logo. But compared to the next, it's nothing.
- There was a variant where the lamp zooms out from the screen and we see over the text "ESSAI FILMS" "An" in the top, in cursive, and "Presentation" in the bottom, in Arial. All of a sudden, when it fades into black, an red thunder appears.
- The rest TBA.
FX/SFX: The lightning, the flames of the lamp, and the camera moving and zooming, and the sky.
Cheesy Factor: TBA
Music/Sounds: An thunder's noise, and then an man singing in Dzongkha with some ominous ditty of traditional instruments for about the middle of aprox. 40 to 50 seconds, which preceeds into an creepy wind instrument which plays for the end, and an very loud whoosh when the "Presents" appear in both languages.
Availability: Seen on Kagh Kiessthk Bakyoamp, among other films,
- High to nightmare for the original logo.
- High for the closing variant.
- Low to nightmare for the red variant.