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Cinematography in Canada Since 1957

The CSC has grown with the country’s film and television industry, and continues to uphold the objectives for which the not-for-profit organization was founded.

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  • CSC Field of View: Inspiring Change through Mentorship

    CSC Mentorship Committee Co-Chair Iris Ng discusses the history of the program & its impact on emerging cinematographers.

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  • Canada poised to lead the way in virtual production and virtual production training

    The CSC brought together six industry partners & highly regarded cinematographers to support the CSC’s Virtual Production Masterclass in Vancouver.

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  • Homeless encampment gets wired for electricity—with help from the film community

    Film community comes together in to bring power to homeless encampment in Halifax.

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The CSC is committed to improving access to opportunity in the film and television industry as well as professional development in the form of workshops, our internship program and the Field of View Mentorship program.

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Ten years ago, the film community lost a talented camera assistant, Sarah Jones. Today, her memory reminds us to always make safety a priority and her legacy continues to be a force for change on sets around the world.

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