Horror Film BAB Uses URSA Mini Pro, DaVinci Resolve Studio

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Horror Film BAB Uses URSA Mini Pro, DaVinci Resolve Studio

PostThu Nov 12, 2020 7:07 pm

Blackmagic Design today announced that the new thriller “BAB” was shot exclusively using the URSA Mini Pro digital cinema camera. The film, which premiered at the recent 2020 focused Nightmare Film Festival and won Best Overall Feature and Best Cinematography at the festival, completed color correction and VFX work using DaVinci Resolve Studio as well.

Set against the backdrop of a dying 1950s town, the gritty thriller by co-directors Joe DeBoer and Kyle McConaghy, takes aim at the misguided American belief that the 50s were in fact the ‘good old days,‘ as often portrayed by modern politicians. The film touches on the cultural touchstones previous generations experienced in the 1950s, including the brief bunker culture of the early Cold War. BAB explores how a nuclear threat would be heightened in an isolated town under a moralistic leader.

DeBoer and McConaghy were looking to achieve a period specific look familiar to anyone who had watched films and footage from the 1950s. But instead of showing the idyllic suburban settings of many 1950s films, they focused on impoverished communities, filming near polluted lakes, run down film ranches and forgotten buildings around Los Angeles.

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