ZEISS at Camerimage 2022

Join us!

ZEISS at Camerimage 2022

Join us!

Join ZEISS at this year’s Camerimage International Film Festival. Visit our booth at the Camerimage Market to learn more about our cinematography lenses and try them out, join our seminar offline or online, ask questions and discuss cinematography topics. We look forward to meeting you!

ZEISS seminar at Camerimage 2022

Framing “Triangle of Sadness”, by Fredrik Wenzel, FSF

Tuesday, November 15, 13.00 – 14.00
Venue: CKK Jordanki – Seminar Room

Fredrik Wenzel was the cinematographer on Ruben Östlund’s three latest films, “Force Majeure” (Jury Prize in Cannes 2014), “The Square” (Palme d’Or 2017), and “Triangle of Sadness”, which won the second Palme d’Or of its director this year. Having switched to a large format camera and ZEISS Supreme Primes for the latter, Fredrik will make a detailed description of the thorough process of framing this satire comedy in collaboration with the director, with a new perspective (!) on focal lengths.

Fredrik Wenzel and Sofia Liander, 1st AC, on the set of “Triangle of Sadness”. 
Photo: Tobias Henriksson, still photographer and gaffer.

Fredrik Wenzel


Fredrik Wenzel is a cinematographer and director, whose works (both fiction and documentary) have been selected in Venice, Toronto, Berlin, and at the IDFA since 2006. In 2013 he received the Sven Nyqvist Cinematography Award for the feature “The Quiet Roar”. After Luca Guadagnino’s HBO series “We Are Who We Are” in 2020, Fredrik has been directing and shooting a documentary portraying Swedish legendary filmmaker Nina Hedenius. He is currently working on the debut feature of comedian Julio Torres starring Tilda Swinton, and Erik Gandinis’ feature length documentary “After Work”, both to be released in 2023.