"Catch and Release" movie credits, script font

Thomas Phinney's picture

You can see the credits here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScOQnjOzJzE

The script font is visible several times, notably at 22s and 30s into the clip. I'm not recognizing it right away.

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Thomas Phinney's picture

Wow, 29 hours with no answer, It must be tough!

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Yehan's picture

Script fonts are the hardest I should think, especially when so many are available for free. Perhaps you could post an screen capture?

Thomas Phinney's picture

Here's all the text bits in one image. I have tried to compensate for some horizontal distortion in the original video (it seems it was squished by about 40-45%).

Yehan's picture

I cannot seem to find a match, BUT ITC Studio script is close, as is Laramie Pro. Strangely enough it looks very very familiar..but I cannot place it.

Joostmarcellis's picture

it is hard to see, and it is pretty consistent, other wise i would say that is was just someones handwriting

Thomas Phinney's picture

I'm pretty sure it was done as a font. But I suppose it could have been done as a completely custom job for the film titles.

There certainly are lots of typefaces in this general space (some of the other closer ones being Wendy from LetterPerfect, Professor from Three Islands Press, Shimmer from Blue Vinyl, Freestyle Script), I'm just not finding a really close match. I tried Identifont, tried MyFonts "more fonts like this" feature on Studio Script and looked at 660 other fonts... nada. Sigh.

So I'm just hoping somebody will recognize the darn thing. :/

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Florian Hardwig's picture

No luck with Mike’s Script Font Identification Guide (Part 9: Casual > Everyday Handwriting) either.

Yehan's picture

Haha Thomas..I went through Fontshop's gallery of script faces AND about 1400+ faces in myfonts to no avail either:(

Thomas Phinney's picture

Rats! Thanks for your valiant efforts, though.

Cheers,

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