New Film The Sower Completed Using Blackmagic Design

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Kerry de Boer

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New Film The Sower Completed Using Blackmagic Design

PostWed Jun 21, 2017 2:33 pm

Blackmagic Design today announced that Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera was the A camera used to shoot the award-winning Yosuke Takeuchi film, “The Sower.” Grading and film scanning for the film were done at TOKYO LABORATORY LTD (Togen), using Davinci Resolve Studio and Cintel Film Scanner.

“The Sower” is the first feature film directed by Yosuke Takeuchi. Kentaro Kishi, DP for the film, also played a main acting role. The film follows Mitsuo, the main character played by Kishi, who after clearing debris from the 2011 March Tohoku earthquake ends up suffering from a mental disorder and anxiety and is hospitalized. After three years, Mitsuo leaves the hospital and visits his brother where he meets his nieces, Chie and Itsuki, and finally finds some peace. His peaceful days, however, do not last as his world is again destroyed by a disaster.

This film was shot with Blackmagic Pocket Cinemas as the A camera, using four Pocket Cinema Cameras for the production. The last scene, though, was shot with 35mm film, with footage shot on film scanned in real time using the Cintel Film Scanner at Togen. Both scanned and Pocket Cinema Camera footage were graded using DaVinci Resolve Studio at Togen.

To learn more, please visit: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/media/ ... 0170621-01

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