DaVinci Resolve Studio Used on Not Going Quietly Documentary

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DaVinci Resolve Studio Used on Not Going Quietly Documentary

PostThu Dec 02, 2021 3:36 pm

Blackmagic Design today announced that New York based post house Irving Harvey used DaVinci Resolve Studio to grade the award winning documentary “Not Going Quietly.” The software’s real time collaboration tools also helped support Colorist Samuel Gursky’s remote workflow for the film.

Directed by Nicholas Bruckman, “Not Going Quietly” follows Ady Barkan, a father and activist whose life is upended when he’s diagnosed with ALS. After a chance encounter and confrontation with a powerful senator goes viral and catapults him to national fame, Barkan embarks on a campaign for healthcare reform. Produced by Amanda Roddy and executive produced by Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass and Bradley Whitford, “Not Going Quietly” won a Special Jury Recognition for Humanity in Social Action at the 2021 SXSW Film Festival, was included in the International Documentary Association (IDA) Awards’ 2021 Features Shortlist and was nominated for two Critics Choice Documentary Awards. Greenwich Entertainment released the film in theaters on August 13 and it is now available on all the major digital platforms including Apple TV, iTunes, and Amazon Prime Video.

Gursky and the Irving Harvey team pivoted to a remote setup as they began working on the film. Leveraging DaVinci Resolve Studio’s collaboration features, Gursky continued his work from home, providing the film’s editor with a matching OLED monitor, DeckLink Mini Monitor capture and playback card, and DaVinci Resolve Studio so they could collaborate remotely in real time.

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