What font has been used in onscreen text of Zero Dark Thirty?
March 29, 2013 7:46 PM   Subscribe

The other day I was watching the movie and like the font. First I thought it's TNR then I thought maybe some Sans but I couldn't figure out. I loved the clean spacious fonts. Which one was it?

IS there any way I could find out such info without asking anyone? Maybe if I have original DVD/BR file or so, the text must have been inserted/embedded somewhere after the film was shot.
posted by amar to Computers & Internet (3 answers total)
 
If you have screenshots, you can clean them up and run them through a service like WhatTheFont to try to figure it out. Small text on a DVD like a dateline or chyron or something might not be high enough resolution to match, though. Identifont can be helpful if you can make out enough detail to answer a series of questions describing the font's attributes.

Agency FB was used in at least one of the posters; the more common poster font looks like it's from the Helvetica Neue family to me.
posted by bcwinters at 8:30 PM on March 29, 2013 [1 favorite]


From a screenshot, WhatTheFont gave me Faxfont-Fine
posted by bluecore at 6:54 AM on March 30, 2013


@bluecore: Thanks. You nailed it. Thank you and thank you @bcwinters (I wanted onscreen fonts, not poster's). I didn't know WTFont could give me fonts off images. Though will search for a WTFont replacement on Firefox.
posted by amar at 8:48 PM on March 30, 2013


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