How I Shot That: The Cameras and Cinematography of Sundance Nonfiction Films

How I Shot That: The Cameras and Cinematography of Sundance Nonfiction Films
IndieWire reached out to the cinematographers behind the nonfiction features premiering at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival, and asked which cameras, lenses, and formats they used, and why they chose them to create the looks and meet the production demands of their films. Here are their responses.

Films appear in alphabetical order by title.

“All That Breathes“

Section: World Cinema Documentary Competition

Dir: Shaunak Sen, DoP: Ben Bernhard

Format: 4K Canon Log/ V-Log

Camera: Canon Eos C500MkII, Panasonic S1H

Lens: Leica R Primes and Zooms, Angenieux 45-90mm, Canon 500mm and Macro

Bernhard: In “All That Breathes,“ our approach was always “to render the scientific into the poetic,“ as Shaunak puts it. We were intrigued by how the organic matter of the earth shifts and changes because of human intervention, and how new natural habitats are formed. That’s why we chose a cinematic language that would keep the
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