i love my Nikon E Series lenses which I use on my GH2. However, as they're Nikons, i'd not throw them onto a canon camera. The L series lenses from Canon are pretty fantastic, and that's normally what still glass i'd use on a canon camera, however i hate their focus system.
For good cheap lenses, look into the Rokinons. They're ok, the cine versions, and very affordable. I like that they're de-clicked for aperture and geared already, though the marks leave a bit to be desired, it's no worse or better than any other stills glass honestly.
You'd still need to find a 50mm lens to round out that set, but 50mms are pretty much so everywhere.
Normally I'd go with a 14mm, 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm for a good rounded set which'll get you where you need to be. Maybe drop the 14mm, depending on how wide you like to shoot.
Also note this is for an ASP-C sensor, as I don't think the rokinons cover FF, but I tend to workw ith APS-C as it's about the same as S35mm motion picture film (well close enough) so I'm used to the DoF and the focal lengths from my time on film cameras/ d cinema cameras.