The most unique part about Canon’s activation this year is going to be their lounge, themed “Canon Creative Studio.” It is designed to demonstrate how Canon can help filmmakers in every phase of production. There will also be a number of sponsored education sessions and panel discussions with directors and DPs including a special screening of the film Bending the Light followed by a lively Q&A with Stephen Goldblatt, ASC, BSC, spotlighting the creative process, the craft of cinematography, and the Canon Cinema EOS lenses and cameras that help bring their stories to life (full schedule of events below).
I was fortunate. The director of my first two feature documentaries insisted that we shoot the projects on film. The texture, emotional quality, and pure beauty of capturing life with camera negative was intoxicating. But the greater value to me were the lessons learned from the discipline that film exacts on the production process. These lessons still guide my approach to cinematography in this digital age.
During the Band Pro Film & Digital One World Open House in Burbank, California, Italian Film Director, and master of Italian-Western cinema, Enzo G. Castellari shares his experiences and work over the years. If you don’t already know, he became famous during the 1960's by directing several spaghetti westerns such as Go Kill and Come Back (1967), One Dollar Too Many (1968) and more. In this interview Castellari elaborates on how he got started in the business, along with his inspirations and thoughts on the differences between shooting on film vs. today's current digital technology.
4K has been hyped as the next big thing in video, but unless you are an A/V geek, it is all too easy to get confused about what it means. Yoel Zanger, CEO and Founder of Giraffic gives you the insight you need to understand 4K.
In a recent interview, Jerome discussed his role on for “Before I Disappear.”