I would not be afraid of using deep blacks which is missing from your footage.
From the webpage:
"Logarist enables the same types of corrections that you can achieve using raw images in Adobe Lightroom, but without the need to shoot in raw, and right inside your video editing application. "
"Logarist is a wide-gamut, high dynamic range, scene-referred tri-stimulus RGB working color space with a uniformly logarithmic opto-electronic transfer function, optimized for 32-bit floating point color correction in video applications."
That is crackpot level nonsense!
Next we are going to hear LUTs will cure the common cold as well!
The BMCC is not particularly the ideal camera for biking and skateboarding scenes.
I would consider the Sony or the new Panasonic GH5. Especially the GH5 as it has in body image stabilization.
Obviously the GH5!
I would be wary of people "recommending" a GH4 at this stage as many would want to sell them soon to get funds for the GH5.
In my opinion buying a new GH4 now is not wise unless you can buy it really cheap say under $600.
Instead of planning this from a blank slate you could defer the question of delivery by first getting the technicals out of the way.
You would need to scan the slides, name them and do basic color correction.
Then you would want to organize the material.
Once that is done you may develop some great ideas on how to deliver it to an audience.