Congratulations to Cannes Films Completed with Blackmagic Design¹s DaVinci Resolve


More than 20 films graded with DaVinci Resolve, others shot using Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera

Last Updated: May 22, 2015 5:19 pm GMT
(Fremont, CA--May 22, 2015) Blackmagic Design would like to congratulate the films at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival that were shot on Blackmagic Design digital film cameras and finished using DaVinci Resolve.

Some of the most anticipated movies competing for the Palme d’Or at the upcoming festival, including “Macbeth”, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard, and “The Lobster”, the English language debut of Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, were color graded using DaVinci Resolve.

Special screenings at the renowned film festival will also include the premiere of “Mad Max: Fury Road,” which features scenes using the Blackmagic Cinema Camera, as well as the directorial debut of Natalie Portman’s, “A Tale of Love and Darkness”, lensed by cinematographer Slawomir Idziak, who also shot with the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera.

The Cannes Classics, an element of the festival which celebrates masterpieces of cinema will also screen stunning digital restorations which have been graded with DaVinci Resolve, including a showing of “More” by Barbet Schroeder and the 1931 film “Marius” by Alexander Korda.

The 68th Festival de Cannes runs from May 13th to May 24th and aims to highlight the diversity of cinematic creation through its Official Selection of films running in the Main Competition and Un Certain Regard categories. Inclusion in the Official Selection is one of the most prestigious honors in cinema, and Blackmagic Design digital film cameras and DaVinci Resolve continue to be used by a huge number of filmmakers and post production professionals creating amazing films.

The Official Selection films showing at Cannes that were graded with DaVinci Resolve include:

Main Competition
  • Amnesia, Patrick Lindenmaier, Andromeda Film AG;
  • Chronic, Richard Deusy at M141 Films;
  • Dheepan, Charles Freville at Digimage;
  • Il racconto dei racconti (The Tale of Tales), Andrea Baracca at GRANDE MELA FILM;
  • Marguerite et Julien, Richard Deusy at M141 Films;
  • Macbeth, Adam Glasman at Goldcrest Post London;
  • The Lobster, Tony Ford;
  • Valley of Love, Richard Deusy at M141 Films;

Un Certain Regard
  • Comoara (The Treasure), Christophe Bousquet at M141 Films;
  • Hruter, Norman Nisbet;
  • Maryland, Serge Antony at Digimage;
  • Un Etaj Mai Jos, Fatah Shams, Shoot & Post;
  • Kishibe no Tabi, Toriumi Shigeyuki at IMAGICA

Special Screenings
  • Amy, Paul Ensby, Company 3 London;

Short Film
  • Love is Blind, Arthur Graham-Maw
  • Pojkarna (Boys), Fateh Shams, Shoot & Post;
  • The Guests, Anna Howard ASC;

Cannes Classics
  • Marius, Jerome Bigeur at Digimage;
  • More, Pauline Bassenne at Digimage;

Critics Week
  • Ni le ciel, ni la terre, Mikael Commereuc at M141 Films;
  • Krisha, Daniel Stuyck;
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