• Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019
Blackmagic makes mark at Sundance Film Festival
A scene from "4 Feet: Blind Date"
  • PARK CITY, Utah
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More than 35 films, episodic series and projects at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival were shot and completed using Blackmagic Design products.

This roster of projects included Honey Boy and Them That Follow that used a range of Blackmagic Design products during production and DaVinci Resolve Studio in post; Luce that was composited with Fusion Studio and graded with DaVinci Resolve Studio; Native Son that was online edited, graded and finished with DaVinci Resolve Studio; 4 Feet: Blind Date composited with Fusion by Martin Lopez Funes of Malditomaus and his team; and many others such as The Farewell, The Infiltrators, Big Time Adolescence and It’s Not About Jimmy Keene that were created with Blackmagic Design cameras, DaVinci Resolve Studio and more.

Lucien Harriot, president of New York-based Mechanism Digital, used Fusion Studio for his VFX work on Luce. According to Harriot, “Some of the shots in Luce were quite challenging. For example, one particularly long shot orbited several times around an actor standing in a high school lobby, and we had to remove the camera crew’s reflections from all of the windows and trophy cases. Fusion Studio’s tracking tools came in very handy on those tasks.”

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