From left, moderator Jay Holben and cinematographers David Klein, ASC; Brian Gentry; and Eloi Molí, AEC participate in the Canon Creative Studio lens discussion at Sundance.
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Watch Sundance Panel Discussions from Canon Creative Studio

Topics include projects Porcelain War and Violent Nature, the creative use of cameras and lenses, and the “business” side of show business.

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During the recent Sundance Film Festival, members of the American Cinematographer editorial team were in Park City to help program and participate in a discussion series staged at the Canon Creative Studio, housed at the Park City Museum on Main St. Leading the discussions were ASC associate member and AC technical editor Jay Holben and managing editor Andrew Fish.


Topics included the creative use of cameras and lenses, as well as the “business” side of show business. Specific projects playing at the festival were also discussed, including the Ukraine conflict documentary Porcelain War and the horror film In a Violent Nature. Another talk focused on optics and featured cinematographers David Klein, ASC (The Mandalorian), Bryan Gentry (Luther: Never Too Much) and Eloi Molí, AEC (Border Hopper).


All episodes of the Creative Studio discussion series are available via the Canon USA YouTube channel and here.


Canon is an official partner of the Sundance Film Festival.


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