The Female Perspective: Women in Cinematography
Rachel Morrison (DP, "Dope," "What Happened, Miss Simone?"), Laela Kilbourn (DP, "How to Dance in Ohio") and Dagmar Weaver-Madsen (DP, "Unexpected") gather for an illuminating conversation about their craft and women in the creative arts.
"The Overnight’s" John Guleserian on the Cinema EOS C500
Saturday, 1/24 at 3pm
Cut the Comedy: The Capture and Edit of Misery Loves Comedy
Sunday1/25 at 1pm
Behind the Screams: Eli Roth on the Making of "Knock Knock" with EOS-1D C
Sunday, 1/25 at 3pm
Get Real: Documentary Filmmaking with Cinema EOS
Monday 1/26 at 1pm
Friday, 1/30 at 3pm.
The Indiewire/ Sundance events will culminate on Monday, January 26 at 3pm with a special Canon-hosted screening of "Bending the Light" a Michael Apted, directed documentary, celebrating the craft of photography, will be followed by a Q&A between Bernstein and featured cinematographer Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC, who’ll spotlight his creative process and the craft of cinematography, at the New Frontier Microcinema (573 Main Street).
Also, Canon will feature “How I Shot That", a series of interviews with Sundance participating cinematographers. It will run throughout the festival.