Camerimage 2021

Zeiss at Camerimage 2021

by Zeiss

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Zeiss will be present at the Camerimage 2021 festival on the Market where its team will welcome visitors, and with a conference in which two young women directors of photography will explain how Zeiss optics have helped them to put into images the stories they have helped to tell.

From November 13 to 20 at the CKK Jordanki, visitors will be welcomed at the Zeiss stand by Christophe Casenave (Product and Sales Manager for the Cinema Department), Jacques Bouley (Sales Manager for Cinema Europe), Andreas Horn (Sales Manager for Cinema for Germany, Switzerland and Austria), Benjamin Hagen (Marketing and Communication manager) and Hélène de Roux (Communication Support France), who are delighted to meet the festival-goers of Toruń!
Supreme Prime Radiance and Supreme Prime optics, as well as CP.3 and CZ.2 zooms, all compatible with "Large Format" sensors, will be available for those who want to try them out.

Lucie Baudinaud et Lena Krause

On Tuesday November 16, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., in the "Seminar Room" of the CKK Jordanki, the "Filming women" seminar will be the opportunity to discuss with the young women directors of photography Lucie Baudinaud, director of photography of Olga, presented at the last Critics’ Week in Cannes, and Les Enfants terribles, screened in a Special Documentary Screening; and Lena Krause, whose short film I Am is in selection in the Film and Art School Etudes competition. They will explain us how they put the Supreme Prime at the service of the stories and universes that their images have helped to create, and if the fact of being a woman has a particular meaning in their practice, especially when it comes to filming female characters.