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Can You Guess How Many Sundance Films Utilized Blackmagic’s Cameras & DaVinci Resolve?

Can You Guess How Many Sundance Films Utilized Blackmagic’s Cameras & DaVinci Resolve?

Blackmagic had a great showing at Sundance this year, with four different films having used Blackmagic cameras for their productions, and two dozen who used DaVinci Resolve for color grading.

While we mentioned “Being Evel” yesterday, there were three other Sundance films that used a variety of Blackmagic cameras. It’s interesting that of these four, three different Blackmagic camera models were used between them, with the older Cinema Camera coming out on top. As Blackmagic mentions in their release below, their family of cameras have become a worthy option for the independent filmmaker. It’s very cool to see their presence within the industry continue to grow alongside their cameras.

The films at Sundance shot on Blackmagic Cameras are:

  • Being Evel, Director and DP Daniel Junge: Blackmagic Cinema Cameras as well as Blackmagic Design’s Teranex 2D Processor and DaVinci Resolve;
  • Bob and the Trees, co DPs Chris Teague and Danny Vecchione: Pocket Cinema Cameras and DaVinci Resolve, Colorist Nat Jencks of Outlier Post;
  • The Strongest Man, DP Tom Garner: Production Camera 4K and DaVinci Resolve, Colorist TJ Nelson;
  • Things of the Aimless Wanderer, DP Kivu Ruhorahoza: Blackmagic Cinema Camera and DaVinci Resolve; Colorist Joseph Bicknell

 

Also worth noting are the whopping twenty four films graded in DaVinci Resolve. This is not as surprising, given Blackmagic and DaVinci Resolves veteran status in the color grading industry. That substantial list of films include:

  • 3 1Ž2 Minutes, Colorist Greg Fisher of Company 3;
  • Best of Enemies, Colorist Andrew Balis at Different by Design, with Blackmagic Design’s Teranex 2D Processor also used on the film;
  • Call Me Lucky and The Overnight, Colorist Aaron Peak of Tool + Dye;
  • City of Gold, Finders Keepers and The Hunting Ground, Colorist Brian Hutchings at Different by Design;
  • Chorus, Colorist François Delisle of FILMS 53/12;
  • Christmas, Again, Colorist Jason Crump of Metropolis Post;
  • Don Verdeen and Z for Zachariah, Colorist Alex Bickel of Color Collective;
  • End of the Tour, Colorist Bryan McMahan of Modern VideoFilm;
  • Entertainment, Freelance Colorist Joe Malina, Colorist Lynette Duensing of CINELICIOUS;
  • Every Day and People, Places, Things, Colorist Nat Jencks of Outlier Post;
  • Glasslands, Colorist Eugene McCarthy of EMC Post;
  • Homesick, Colorist Dylan Hopkin;
  • I Am Michael, Colorist Tyler Fagerstrom of CINELICIOUS;
  • I Smile Back, Colorist Roman Hankewycz of Harbor Picture Company;
  • Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, Colorist Shane Harris of Company 3;
  • Nasty Baby, Colorist Jeff Altman of Color Collective;
  • Paris is Burning, Colorist Gregg Garvin of Modern VideoFilm;
  • Slow West, Colorist Rob Pizzey of Goldcrest Post;
  • Strangerland, Freelance Colorist Deidre McClelland at Soundfirm;
  • Tangerine, Colorist Luke Cahill at Different By Design;
  • The Nightmare, Colorist Andrew Balis of Tool + Dye;
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl and True Story, Colorist Tom Poole of Company 3;
  • Umrika, Colorist Stefan King;
  • Welcome to Leith, Colorist Ken Sirulnick of Glue Editing & Design NYC.

Sundance ends on February 1st, and you can learn more about the festival and the films screening there at www.Sundance.org

As always, visit BlackmagicDesign.com for all things Blackmagic.

Congratulations to Sundance Films Completed Using Blackmagic Design Products

Fremont, CA – January 27, 2015 – Blackmagic Design would like to congratulate the large number of films in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival competition that were shot and finished using Blackmagic Design products. Some of the most anticipated movies at the upcoming festival were shot using Blackmagic Design cameras, including Oscar winner Daniel Junge and Johnny Knoxville’s “Being Evel,” while more than 20 films at this year’s festival were color graded using DaVinci Resolve.

The Sundance Film Festival has introduced global audiences to some of the most groundbreaking films of the past three decades. This year’s festival will be held in Park City, Utah from January 22 – February 1. Inclusion in the festival’s competition is one of the most prestigious honors an independent film can achieve, and Blackmagic Design products continue to be used by a huge number of independent filmmakers creating amazing films.

The Sundance films that used Blackmagic cameras include:

  • Being Evel, Director and DP Daniel Junge: Blackmagic Cinema Cameras as well as Blackmagic Design’s Teranex 2D Processor and DaVinci Resolve;
  • Bob and the Trees, co DPs Chris Teague and Danny Vecchione: Pocket Cinema Cameras and DaVinci Resolve, Colorist Nat Jencks of Outlier Post;
  • The Strongest Man, DP Tom Garner: Production Camera 4K and DaVinci Resolve, Colorist TJ Nelson;
  • Things of the Aimless Wanderer, DP Kivu Ruhorahoza: Blackmagic Cinema Camera and DaVinci Resolve; Colorist Joseph Bicknell

Sundance films graded using DaVinci Resolve:

  • 3 1Ž2 Minutes, Colorist Greg Fisher of Company 3;
  • Best of Enemies, Colorist Andrew Balis at Different by Design, with Blackmagic Design’s Teranex 2D Processor also used on the film;
  • Call Me Lucky and The Overnight, Colorist Aaron Peak of Tool + Dye;
  • City of Gold, Finders Keepers and The Hunting Ground, Colorist Brian Hutchings at Different by Design;
  • Chorus, Colorist François Delisle of FILMS 53/12;
  • Christmas, Again, Colorist Jason Crump of Metropolis Post;
  • Don Verdeen and Z for Zachariah, Colorist Alex Bickel of Color Collective;
  • End of the Tour, Colorist Bryan McMahan of Modern VideoFilm;
  • Entertainment, Freelance Colorist Joe Malina, Colorist Lynette Duensing of CINELICIOUS;
  • Every Day and People, Places, Things, Colorist Nat Jencks of Outlier Post;
  • Glasslands, Colorist Eugene McCarthy of EMC Post;
  • Homesick, Colorist Dylan Hopkin;
  • I Am Michael, Colorist Tyler Fagerstrom of CINELICIOUS;
  • I Smile Back, Colorist Roman Hankewycz of Harbor Picture Company;
  • Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, Colorist Shane Harris of Company 3;
  • Nasty Baby, Colorist Jeff Altman of Color Collective;
  • Paris is Burning, Colorist Gregg Garvin of Modern VideoFilm;
  • Slow West, Colorist Rob Pizzey of Goldcrest Post;
  • Strangerland, Freelance Colorist Deidre McClelland at Soundfirm;
  • Tangerine, Colorist Luke Cahill at Different By Design;
  • The Nightmare, Colorist Andrew Balis of Tool + Dye;
  • The Diary of a Teenage Girl and True Story, Colorist Tom Poole of Company 3;
  • Umrika, Colorist Stefan King;
  • Welcome to Leith, Colorist Ken Sirulnick of Glue Editing & Design NYC.
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