Blackmagic Design is celebrating a successful awards season after its production and post production solutions were used on over 20 of this year’s Oscar-nominated films.
Among the technology used by creatives were the company’s digital film cameras, DaVinci Resolve editing, grading, visual effects (VFX) and audio post production software, and other film creation products.
Some of the nominees that used DaVinci Resolve Studio during post production include:
- Avatar: The Way of Water graded by Tashi Trieu of Lightstorm Entertainment;
- Babylon graded by Matt Wallach of Company 3; assistant editor Ryan Chavez used DaVinci Resolve Studio for title treatment and early colour passes for select sequences. The editorial team also used the UltraStudio 4K Mini for on set projection and editorial work;
- The Banshees of Inisherin graded by Adam Glasman and onlined by Guilhem Coulibaly at Goldcrest Post with on set work and dailies colour by Cinelab Film and Digital;
- The Batman graded by Philip Beckner of Fotokem;
- Black Panther: Wakanda Forever graded by Tom Poole of Company 3;
- Elvis graded by colourists Kim Rene Bjørge and Kali Bateman and supervising colourist Brett Manson;
- Empire of Light graded by James Slattery of Company 3;
- Everything Everywhere All at Once graded by Alex Bickel of Color Collective;
- Living graded by Joseph Bicknell of Company 3;
- TÁR graded by Tim Masick of Company 3;
- Top Gun: Maverick graded by Stefan Sonnenfeld and Adam Nazarenko, second colourist, both of Company 3;
- Triangle of Sadness graded by Oskar Larsson of Tint;
- The Whale graded by Timothy Stipan of Company 3; and
- Women Talking graded by Mark Kueper of Picture Shop.