Latin America. More than 60 television and Internet series from the 2021 fall season, such as "Insecure," "Scenes from a Marriage" and "American Horror Story: Double Feature" have been created with digital film cameras, DaVinci Resolve Studio and other company products.
Some of the new and recurring shows include "Ghosts," in which URSA Mini Pro 12K and Pocket Cinema Camera 4K units were used to shoot the pilot; "Station 19", which based all its virtual production on Blackmagic Design; and series such as "Succession", "The Simpsons" and "Billions", tiered with DaVinci Resolve Studio. In addition, because many productions have had to be done remotely, the ATEM Mini Pro mixers made this task easier for filmmakers, for example, the special effects team of "Doogie Kamealoha, M.D.".
"Every year, the level continues to rise in terms of the cinematic quality and creativity that viewers want to see embodied in a series. The challenge of the programs was to meet these expectations, while at the same time overcoming different obstacles by having to create the content safely," said Fred Pienkos, visual effects supervisor and co-founder of Muse VFX. "Now more than ever, it's critical to have reliable tools that allow us to be flexible and remain focused on creativity, which is why we continue to choose Blackmagic Design."
For a list of seasonal series that used Blackmagic's technology, click here.