Canon U.S.A. Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced today the company will return as a Sustaining Sponsor to the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival—which is celebrating its 30
anniversary this year, marking three decades of fostering a vibrant independent film community—will be held in Park City, Salt Lake City, Sundance, and Ogden, Utah from January 16-26, 2014.
The Festival’s diverse roster includes nearly 200 films, of which approximately 20 percent were shot using Canon equipment.
Song One, Memphis, This May Be The Last Time, Cesar’s Last Fast, Happy Valley, Last Days in Vietnam, Life Itself, WHITEY: United States of America v. James J. Bulger, Mitt, Alive Inside,
are just a few of the Canon-shot films screening in 2014.
“Over the last 30 years, Sundance Institute has built a festival that is unrivaled; it is inspiring to be surrounded by the mountains of Park City and the artists and community who are at the peak of their craft, pushing the boundaries of film and artistic expression,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies & Communications Group, Canon U.S.A. “At Canon, we are driven by delivering that same level of passion, innovation and commitment to our craft as the filmmakers and are excited to return as a Sustaining Sponsor.”
At the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Canon will host a special slate of programming dedicated to the craft of filmmaking and the artists behind each and every film.
Canon will invite Festival attendees to relax and reboot with fellow cinematographers, directors, and producers at the
Canon Craft Services
daytime lounge (427 Main Street; open Saturday, January 18
-Monday, January 20
from 11am-5pm), the hub of Canon’s Festival activities.
The lounge will offer filmmakers the opportunity to touch-and-try the latest Canon gear, including the Cinema EOS C100, C300, and C500 cameras, cinema lenses, as well as DSLR cameras and professional products such as the XA25 high definition camcorder.