Live Webcast: An Evening with Cinematographer Martina Radwan and Canon

Live Webcast: An Evening with Cinematographer Martina Radwan and Canon

An Evening with Cinematographer Martina Radwan and Canon is Sold Out! However, the program will be webcast live by Adorama.

Adorama is partnering with Canon and NYWIFT for an evening celebrating female cinematographers. Martina Radwan, director of photography for indie films, documentaries and TV, will discuss her experience using Canon cameras, from DSLRs through high-end cinema equipment. Radwan will discuss the gear she prefers for various projects and will share footage with the crowd.

Paul Hawxhurst from Canon will discuss Canon’s camera offerings, the differences between each and the range of price points. A Q&A session will be followed by a hands-on session with Canon gear.

Adorama will stream the event live for those who cannot attend. View the program below on June 15th, 6:30pm:

An Evening with Cinematographer Martina Radwan and Canon

Martina Radwan, Director/Producer/Cinematographer, a native German, based in NYC for over twenty years, has been the cinematographer for award-winning features and documentaries for over a decade. Saving Face the 2012 Academy Award Winner for Short Documentary earned her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Cinematography in 2013. Her recent work includes The Eagle HuntressWatchers of the SkyThrough A Lens Darkly and Hot Coffee. Her directorial debut Spring in Awe won the Media Awareness Award at the Media That Matters Film Festival in 2004 and the Best Editing Award at the Brooklyn Film Festival and was part of Thirteen/WNET’s ReelNew York the same year. Her second film Aliens Among Us played theatrical at IDA’s DocuWeek, 2009 and on numerous


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June 15 @ 6:00pm
6:00 pm — 9:00 pm (3h)

Adorama Live Theatre at CBS RADIO New York
345 Hudson Street
(Between King and Charlton Streets)

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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.