Mediawerx is proud to announce that we are now working on a new short film titled Lost In Transition based on an original story.

We're not going to give anything away as far as the story goes just yet as we're working on a little teaser.

Behind the scenes

We've been working hard to get our cameras and rigging setup just how we'd like and we've also been upgrading our studio with new hardware and software for colouring and editing.

We're now ready to get rolling and crack out a few short films before we move on to our documentary and more complex projects.


We absolutely love the look of Anamorphic so it's no surprise that we're shooting everything with our Anamorphic adapters.

We've had some excellent results with the SLR Magic Anamorphot 1.33x 50 and with the diopters in use we've been able to capture some really nice close-up footage.

DaVinci Resolve Studio

Shooting on Blackmagic Design Cinema Cameras means we are able to capture beautiful footage but footage that needs an extra level of work before editing and that is colour grading.

We use DaVinci Resolve Studio for colour grading and have used Adobe Premiere Pro or Apple Final Cut Pro X as our NLE for a number of years but the updates made to DaVinci Resolve in version 12 onwards have made it a really viable alternative and the recent update to 12.5 includes even more amazing features.

We've now changed our workflow and started to use DaVinci Resolve Studio 12.5 for everything; it's so much easier to be able to use the best colour grading tool in the world right within our NLE.

Now that Blackmagic Design Fusion is available for Mac OS; it's great that you can round-trip between Fusion and DaVinci Resolve as well.

We do still have Adobe and Apple software to fall back on for when we need something or for quicker edits (as it's more familiar) but so far; DaVinci Resolve is going really well for us.

Updates: Lost In Transition