On Monday, the Phantom Film Academy announced the logo it will use for its 2019-2020 season, with a black background that features a stylized phoenix.
Phantom’s new logo will be the first of its kind to feature the school’s new name, according to a release.
The school’s former logo featured a lightning bolt on a black circle, a red circle and the word “Phantom” above the school logo.
The logo, designed by Nick Rizzo, will be unveiled at a press conference at the Academy on Tuesday.
Phantoms mascot, the phoenix, has been an iconic symbol of the school since it opened in 1876, and it was used for years to represent the school before it was revamped in 2017 to become a film school.
The school, which has grown to more than 70 full-time and part-time faculty members since it started in 1978, is one of the oldest film schools in the country.
The first Phantom was created in 1973 as a pilot school for the nascent “new Hollywood” in Hollywood, California.
The name came from a popular novel by John Updike.
The film school has attracted students from all over the country, including many from other countries, as well as international celebrities, including actor Tom Cruise.
The Phantom has also hosted many film festivals, including the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes Film Festival.