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This article is about Sky Cinema from UK and Ireland. For the other pages, see Sky Cinema Not to be confused with the Sky Movies channel that aired between 1989-1998.

Contents

2002–2003 2003–2007 2007–2009 2010–2015
2002–2003 2003–2007 2007–2009 2010–2015
2015–2016 2016–2017 2017–2020 2020–present
2015–2016 2016–2017 2017–2020 2020–present

Sky Movies

2002–2003

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On July 1, 2002, the Sky Movies name was revived. Sky Premier became Sky Movies Premier, Sky Moviemax became Sky Movies Max and Sky Cinema became Sky Movies Cinema.

2003–2007

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On November 1, 2003, the Sky Movies channels were overhauled. The rebrand saw all Sky Movies Premier and Sky Movies Max channels being rebranded as simply Sky Movies.[1]

The overhaul included a new look with a new logo which was done in-house by Sky Creative Services. The music was done by Shriek Music.[2]

While the November 1, 2003, overhaul happened, only one channel dropped the Sky Movies brand for the second straight time since 1998, and Sky Movies Cinema changed back to Sky Cinema.

2007–2009

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Sky Movies was overhauled in March 2007, when the different channels became dedicated to different genres. The new look was created by Dunning Eley Jones and produced by The Mill.

2010–2015

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On New Year's Day 2010, Sky introduced its new corporate logo, and Sky Movies also got new logos.

A reshuffle of the channels on March 26, 2010, brought a few name changes and new idents.

In December that year, the idents were modified featuring the full colored Sky Movies logo.

On February 1, 2011, several Sky channels were relaunched, as were the Sky Movies channels. The logo was kept, but the idents used were all new. The new ident pans through shifting generic "cinematic" landscapes.

2015–2016

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Sky Cinema (second era)

2016–2017

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It was announced that Sky Movies would become Sky Cinema on 8 July 2016. Movies will be broadcast closer to cinema release, larger library of on-demand films, more pop up channels as well as better HD picture and sound quality, with Ultra HD films via Sky Q to follow in late 2016.

2017–2020

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On 10 November 2017, the Sky Cinema channels got a new logo using Sky's new lowercase style which was first adopted in the Sky Sports rebranding four months earlier.

2020–present

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