Using the Cinema EOS C300, director/producer/DP/editor Matthew Heineman tackles complex issues through character-driven documentary.
Donahue discusses using the Cinema EOS C300 and C500 in this documentary piece.
DP Antonio Quercia talks about his experience shooting Eli Roth's "Knock Knock," starring Keanu Reeves as a family man whose life is turned upside down by two mysterious young women.
Cinematographer Bradley Stonesifer answers questions about that collaboration and doing big theatrical lighting on a shoestring budget.
DP Antonio Quercia, shot the film in 4K with the Canon EOS-1D C.
Shot mainly with the EOS C300, DP Matthew Heineman found himself in the middle of a 21st-century Western as he filmed vigilantes on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican border fighting violent Mexican drug cartels.
Shot on the EOS C300, cinematographer Nick Bentgen reteams with director Matt Wolf for a short film about the man behind the look of one of children's literature's most-loved characters, Eloise.
Cinematographer Thaddeus Wadleigh talk about The Hunting Ground, filmed with the Canon C300 serving as the A camera.
Cinematographer Adam McDaid discusses using the EOS C300 and cinema lenses to shoot his Sundance selection.
The nuts and bolts of filmmaking with people who work in every facet of the craft.
Canon USA's senior fellow Larry Thorpe received the Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award, honoring an individual whose ongoing contributions have significantly affected the state of television technology and engineering.