American Cinematographer is proud to return as the media sponsor for the Canon Creative Studio, this year by participating in a trio of online filmmaker discussions in conjunction with the premieres of their respective projects during the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. (Canon is an official partner of the event.)
These three discussions are free to watch and we invite you to share them (with the hashtag #Sundance).
To connect directly with one of Canon’s reps or to schedule a demo of their latest gear, reach out to [email protected].
You’ll find our Canon Creative Studio programming from the 2020 Sundance Film Festival right here.
Spotlight on How It Ends (Premiere on Jan. 29)
AC contributor, ASC associate member and filmmaker Jay Holben talks to writer, director, producer and cinematographer Daryl Wein (White Rabbit) as he takes us through his filmmaking journey and behind the scenes of this uproarious and charming pre-apocalyptic comedy, shot on the EOS C300 Mark III.
Spotlight on Searchers (Premiere on Jan. 30)
AC contributor and filmmaker Iain Marcks talks to cinematographers Martin DiCicco and Daniel Claridge about their work in this unique and timely documentary as they take you behind the scenes of dating in New York City during a pandemic.
Spotlight on My Name Is Pauli Murray (Premiere on Jan. 31)
AC contributor Pat Thomson moderates this panel discussion with director Julie Cohen (RGB), cinematographer Claudia Raschke and editor Cinque Northern regarding their documentary about this inspiring civil rights and women’s rights activist.